Sumatran volcano erupts: first time since 1600

Located at 3.17°N 98.392°E the volcano erupted suddenly and without warning. The Jakarta Post and Xinhua have photos of the eruption:

Congratulations (finally) to Spencer and Braswell on getting their new paper published

WUWT provided a primer on cloud feedbacks on June 12th, 2009, followed by Willis Eschenbach’s “thermostat hypothesis” also recently published. This new paper by Spencer and Braswell is in the…

Weather versus climate: sine of the times

Finally, this vexatious question has been settled with a meteorological time series analysis. I’m sure the media and all who support their important work in factual climate reporting will approve.

Nature notices the SH cold: global warming blamed

The money quote: “With such extreme climatic events potentially becoming more common due to climate change…” Maybe next week Nature will notice La Nina: Cold empties Bolivian rivers of fish…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup

The Week That Was 2010-08-28 (August 28, 2010) Brought to you by The Science and Environmental Policy Project Don’t forget to attend the SEPP-SEEE Climate-Energy Forum at 10:30 am on…

New El Niño type: worse than we thought

From the Jet Propulsion Lab: NASA/NOAA Study Finds El Niños are Growing Stronger A relatively new type of El Niño, which has its warmest waters in the central-equatorial Pacific Ocean,…