Claim: Hidden in Caves: Mineral Overgrowths Reveal Unprecedented Modern Sea-Level Rise

The team found evidence of a previously unknown 20 centimeter sea-level rise that occurred nearly 3,200 years ago when ice caps melted naturally over the course of 400 years at…

Droughts in the sixth century paved the way for Islam

Extreme dry conditions contributed to the decline of the ancient South Arabian kingdom of Himyar.

New Research Questions Hypotheses About Climate-Controlled Ecosystem Change During the Origin of Dinosaurs in Argentina

In the middle of the formation, the researchers observed a clear change in conditions approximately from warmer, drier conditions to more temperate humid conditions, but no concurrent major changes could be identified…

New Study Finds Extreme, Severe Drought Impacting the Upper Colorado River Basin in the Second Century

While there has been research showing extended dry periods in the southwest back to the eighth century, this reconstruction of the Colorado River extends nearly 800 years further into the…

Climate Change Reveals Unique Artefacts in Melting Ice Patches

In recent years, hundreds of such discoveries have been made in ice patches, revealing traces of hunting, trapping, traffic, animals and plant life – small, frozen moments of the past.

Discovery Of ‘Ghost’ Fossils Reveals Plankton Resilience to Past Global Warming Events

An international team of scientists have discovered a new type of fossilisation Peer-Reviewed Publication UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON An international team of scientists from UCL (University College London), the Swedish Museum…

What’s below the Greenland Ice?

By Andy May An interesting PNAS article discusses the deepest portion of the Camp Century Greenland Ice core. It is not paywalled. The researchers, led by Andrew Christ (Dept. of…

Osman et al. 2021: a Flawed Nature Paleoclimate Paper?

In my view, Osman 2021’s preprint proxy-only reconstruction appears credible, although a lower SST multiplier than they used is appropriate.

Marine mollusk shells reveal how prehistoric humans adapted to intense climate change 

“Our results suggest an ongoing application of local marine ecological knowledge by some of the last foragers in western Europe, despite major changes to climate and demography” says Asier García-Escárzaga…

Follow the Science: But Which Results? Using Same Tree Ring Dataset, 15 Groups Come Up With 15 Different Reconstructions

 the ensemble members demonstrate the influence of subjectivity in the reconstruction process. We therefore recommend the routine use of ensemble reconstruction approaches to provide a more consensual picture of past…

Changes In Vegetation Shaped Global Temperatures Over Last 10,000 Years

Warmer temperatures brought plants — and then came even warmer temperatures, according to new model simulations published April 15 in Science Advances.

Early Human Habitats Linked to Past Climate Chifts

We are who we are because we have managed to adapt over millennia to slow shifts in the past climate,”

New Study: Arctic Was Much Warmer 6000 Years Ago… 90% Of Glaciers, Ice Caps Smaller Than Present Or Absent!

Climate alarmists hate this inconvenient fact: hundreds of temperature reconstructions show that the northern hemisphere was much warmer over much of the past 10,000 years (Holocene) than it is today.

Climate Past Far From Settled: 7 Major Temperature Reconstructions Find No Agreement

As a rule of thumb, the larger/smaller the pre-industrial temperature changes, the higher/lower the natural contribution to the current warm period (CWP) will likely be, thus, reducing/increasing the CO2 climate sensitivity…

The “100,000-Year Problem” and Earth’s Chaotic Non-Linear Climate

The main point of the paper is that the 100,000-year and 41,000-year inter-glacial cycles that are the subject of the “100,000-year problem” never existed.

Comprehensive European Study Finds Warmer Climate Periods Do Not Lead to More Conflict, War

Our results indicated that none of the temperature reconstructions could be used to explain variation in conflict levels. It seems that shifts to extreme climate conditions may have been largely irrelevant…

Greenland Hiawatha Crater Robustly Dated to Late Paleocene

Guest “Missed it by that much” by David Middleton Following this, Kjaer et al. (2018) report the discovery of a large impact crater beneath Hiawatha Glacier in northwest Greenland. From…

Ancient Ice Reveals Scores of Gigantic Volcanic Eruptions

Ice cores drilled in Antarctica and Greenland have revealed gigantic volcanic eruptions during the last ice age. Sixty-nine of these were larger than any eruption in modern history. According to…

Well-preserved fossils could be consequence of past global climate change

Climate change can affect life on Earth. According to new research, it can also affect the dead.

Low Volcanic Temperature Ushered in Global Cooling and the Thriving of Dinosaurs

Researchers in Japan, Sweden, and the US have unearthed evidence that low volcanic temperatures led to the fourth mass extinction, enabling dinosaurs to flourish during the Jurassic period.

105 More Non-Global Warming/Non-Hockey Stick Temperature Records Added To The Database In 2021

Since 2019,there have been over 350 peer-reviewed scientific papers published showing no warming in the modern era and/or much warmer temperatures than today when CO2 levels ranged from 180 to…

Climate Change in the Early Holocene

The team believes the creation of the cemetery reveals a social response to the stresses caused by regional resource depression.

Focus on Fossils: Paleobiologists to Unearth Ancient Megafauna in East Africa, Forecast How Humans and Climate Affect Wildlife

“We’re really trying to understand how animals respond to changing climate and changing environments, so that we can get a better sense of how they’ll respond to increased warming and…

Study Combines Climatic, Tectonic Models to Explain Andean Conundrum

“This study is a critical step forward to have the ability to quantitatively link climate and tectonics – something not well represented in the past studies,” Liu said.