Solar to river flow and lake level correlations

Guest post by David Archibald Colder is drier. The figure above is after a figure from Maus et al 2010 “Long term solar activity influences on South American rivers”. It…

While cap and trade dies, NASA GISS gets a congressional amendment

Amendment to NASA Bill Seeks to Ensure Climate Data Integrity after Climategate Washington, D.C. –The House Science and Technology Committee today required NASA to provide more details on how much…

More FOIA fakery – this time in the USA Homeland Security, plus peer reviewed paper on Climategate FOIA issues

In light of these recent ugly FOI revelations uncovered by the Associated Press, it makes the recent FOIA issues paper by our friend Dr. Jennifer Marohasy and the subsequent scathing…

Climate bill DOA for this session, focus now on oil spill

From Reid set to put off climate bill By: Darren Samuelsohn and Coral Davenport July 22, 2010 01:01 PM EDT Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid appears set to punt on…

New cartoon series on climate

This is an appropriate introductory image to this new series. Our friend Josh at cartoonsbyjosh.com has decided to launch a news series of cartoons dealing with some of the more…

Pielke Sr. on media climate science overstatements

Example Of Media Overstatement A new study in Nature Geoscience finds that Indian Ocean sea levels are rising unevenly and threatening residents in some densely populated coastal areas, particularly those along…

Ship Tracks – what do they do to albedo?

From NASA Science News: I’ve always wondered what cumulative effect increased global shipping might have on low level clouds over the ocean. These NASA images suggest ship cloud tracks are…

U.S. Forest Service embraces climate change

No word on Smokey bear’s new duties yet, but maybe they’ll make him do a new public service pitch, maybe something like this: Above: a parody image,  see WUWT story…