Can We Tell If The Oceans Are Warming?

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Well, I was going to write about hourly albedo changes, honest I was, but as is often the case I got sidetractored. My great thanks to Joanne Nova for highlighting a mostly unknown paper on the error estimate for the Argo dataset entitled On the accuracy of North Atlantic temperature and…

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Gavin says the funniest things!

Guest post by David Middleton NOAA temperature record updates and the ‘hiatus’ Filed under: Climate modelling Climate Science Instrumental Record — gavin @ 4 June 2015 In a new paper in Science Express, Karl et al. describe the impacts of two significant updates to the NOAA NCEI (née NCDC) global temperature series. The two updates…

NOAA Study Takes World 'by Storm': No Global Warming Pause!

By E. Calvin Beisner, Ph.D. That’s how most of the media are treating a new study, anyway. Even the Wall Street Journal ran a news piece titled “Study Finds No Pause in Global Warming.” The source? “Possible artifacts of data bias in the recent global surface warming hiatus,” published this week in Science, by long-time global warming alarmist…