Judith Curry

  • Week in review – science edition
    by curryja on 7 december 2019 at 03:39

    by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye this past week. Tim Palmer and Bjorn Stevens: The challenge of understanding and estimating climate change [link] A new paper indicates […]

Climate Audit

Science of Doom

  • Opinions and Perspectives – 9 – Pattern...
    by scienceofdoom on 31 maart 2019 at 22:47

    The IPCC 5th Assessment Report (AR5) from 2013 shows the range of results that climate models produce for global warming. These are under a set of conditions which for simplicity is doubling CO2 in […]

Dr. Roy Spencer

  • Comment Posting Issues
    by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D. on 11 december 2019 at 06:19

    I continue to have comment posting problems here. First, I did an update of all the WordPress plugins a couple days ago, and I immediately became locked out of the website. I could not even ftp in to […]

AGW Observer

  • Papers on the Climategate
    by Ari Jokimäki on 21 november 2019 at 12:12

    This is a list of papers on the Climategate. The list is not complete, and will most likely be updated in future in order to make it more thorough and more representative. Rhetorical Strategies for […]

Polarbear Science

Real Climate

  • AGU 2019
    by gavin on 9 december 2019 at 01:34

    Another year, another AGU. Back in San Francisco for the first time in 3 years, and with a massive assortment of talks, events and workshops. For those not able to go, there is an increasing, though […]

Climate Lab Book

  • Warming soil temperatures
    by Ed Hawkins on 11 oktober 2019 at 13:40

    It is not just air and ocean temperatures that are warming through climate change – the soils are warming too. At the University of Reading we have monitored underground temperatures every day […]



  • On Klimazwiebel
    by Hans von Storch on 18 februari 2017 at 13:52

    The discussion on the thread "hottest year on record" has moved away from the original topic and has focussed on the merits, and limits of this blog, the Klimazwiebel, which was set up in 2009.We ask […]

Jules and James

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