Global versus Greenland Holocene Temperatures

By Andy May Last week, I posted a global temperature reconstruction based mostly on Marcott, et al. 2013 proxies. The post can be found here. In the comments on the Wattsupwiththat post there was considerable discussion about the difference between my Northern Hemisphere mid-latitude (30°N to 60°N) and the GISP2 Richard Alley central Greenland temperature…

Contradicting consensus climate science: Study suggests ‘continual warming over the past 11,000 years’

From the “settled science” department: UNLV Geoscience Ph.D. student Jonathan Baker has found evidence that shows nearly continuous warming from the end of the last Ice Age to the present in the Ural Mountains in central Russia. The research, which was published today in top geoscience journal Nature Geoscience, shows continual warming over the past…

Study reveals climate shifts through the eons

From the UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND and the “climate change is not just a recent phenomenon” department. Shelf sediments reveal climate shifts through the eons Climate change around Antarctica can severely affect Australia’s rainfall and even influence the distribution of wet and dry zones across southeast Asia, an international study has revealed. Chelsea Korpanty of The University…

An Engineer’s Explanation of Climate Change

It Takes a Hammer to Change Climate States By Ronald D Voisin In this essay I will attempt to describe an explanation of climate change that may likely pertain to many (most all) time-scales. But before I do, I would like to make some comments about ice-core analysis – salient and significant observations that nonetheless…