Greenland glaciers – melt due to sea current change, not air temperature

From a Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution News Release : Team finds subtropical waters flushing through Greenland fjord Waters from warmer latitudes — or subtropical waters — are reaching Greenland’s glaciers, driving melting and likely triggering an acceleration of ice loss, reports a team of researchers led by Fiamma Straneo, a physical oceanographer from the Woods…

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One more thing to worry about – fog shortage

UPDATE: Roger Pielke Jr. alerts us to this: Last summer the San Francisco Chronicle carried a story about research on fog and climate with a different conclusion: The Bay Area just had its foggiest May in 50 years. And thanks to global warming, it’s about to get even foggier. That’s the conclusion of several state…

Global Warming in Texas

Guest post by Steven Goddard http://www.dontmesswithtexas.org/ Dallas, Texas broke their all time record snowfall record this week.  How does this compare with earlier Februaries in Texas?  February can be a very warm month in Texas.  San Antonio hit 100 degrees on February 21, 1996. December and January can also be very hot, with San Antonio…