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  • Tue, 20 Aug 19, 3:00pm
    Some impacts — like sea temperature rise — are already in progress; others expected to occur within next century Princeton University Researchers led by Princeton University examined a range of possible climate-related...
  • Thu, 10 Jan 19, 10:39am
    We covered this paper when it was first released, here is some commentary on it – Anthony Guest essay by By PATRICK J. MICHAELS On January 7 a paper by Veronika Eyring and 28 coauthors, titled “Taking Climate Model...
  • Sun, 14 Oct 18, 9:41pm
    I will soon be publishing again my Monthly Global Surface (Land+Ocean) and Lower Troposphere Temperature Anomaly posts at my blog ClimateObservations and at WattsUpWithThat ...
  • Thu, 4 Oct 18, 7:40am
    Guest essay by Bob Tisdale It’s been a couple of weeks since Hurricane Florence made landfall as a Category 1 storm. The weakening from a Category 4 storm must’ve really tweaked alarmists. NOAA just updated their much-adjusted ERSST.v5...
  • Tue, 11 Sep 18, 6:04pm
    August 2018 Hurricane Region Sea Surface Temperatures, in Advance of the Peak Hurricane Month and Florence Making Landfall, Assuming She Does Guest essay by Bob Tisdale September is upon us, and September is the peak month...
  • Mon, 10 Sep 18, 3:27am
    Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies of the Patch of Warmer-Than-Normal Waters in the North Atlantic Guest essay by Bob Tisdale With Hurricane/Tropical Storm Florence approaching the continental United States, the patch of...
  • Thu, 12 Jul 18, 6:19am
    By Hartmut Hoecht 1. Introduction This paper addresses the glaring disregard within the scientific community in addressing thermal data errors of global ocean probing. Recent and older records are compiled with temperatures...
  • Tue, 6 Feb 18, 11:28am
      I was re-reading an old post of mine entitled “How Thunderstorms Beat The Heat“. I say “re-reading” because I couldn’t remember writing some parts of it. Yes, it was only from two years...
  • Sat, 23 Sep 17, 7:00am
    Alan Reynolds, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute DeSmogBlog contributor Farron Cousins writes, “Newsweek Gives Cato Institute Climate Denier A Platform.” That means my piece, “Hurricanes Harvey and Irma Can’t Be Blamed...
  • Thu, 22 Jun 17, 10:24pm
    From the “now the warmest year on record hopes are dashed” department: Via Bloomberg: All eight climate models surveyed by Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology suggest tropical Pacific Ocean temperatures are likely...
  • Thu, 8 Jun 17, 3:21am
    From the UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN and the “what if it’s only El Niño, then what?” department: Scientists at The University of Texas Institute for Geophysics (UTIG) have found that a devastating combination...
  • Thu, 31 Mar 16, 8:26am
    From the University of Washington Unusually warm oceans can have widespread effects on marine ecosystems. Warm patches off the Pacific Northwest from 2013 to 2015, and a couple of years earlier in the Atlantic Ocean, affected...
  • Tue, 29 Mar 16, 5:00am
    Pacific pattern often forms in advance of hot days in eastern US From the NATIONAL CENTER FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH/UNIVERSITY CORPORATION FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH BOULDER — The formation of a distinct pattern of sea...
  • Mon, 14 Mar 16, 11:42pm
    Guest Post by Bob Tisdale Alternate Title:  Just in Case You Thought Sea Surface Temperatures around the Globe Responded Similarly to Strong El Niños This post will illustrate quite clearly that the responses of ocean surface...
  • Fri, 12 Feb 16, 10:23pm
    Guest Post by Bob Tisdale This post will serve as part 2 of the 2015 update of the model-data comparisons of satellite-era sea surface temperatures. The 2014 update is here. This, the second part, contains time-series graphs. ...
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