Judith Curry

  • Week in review – science edition
    by curryja on 17 september 2020 at 18:49

    by Judith Curry A few things that have caught my eye this past 12(!) weeks. Pattern Recognition Methods to Separate Forced Responses from Internal Variability in Climate Model Ensembles and […]

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Real Climate

  • New studies confirm weakening of the Gulf Stream...
    by stefan on 17 september 2020 at 15:55

    Many of the earlier predictions of climate research have now become reality. The world is getting warmer, sea levels are rising faster and faster, and more frequent heat waves, extreme rainfall, […]

Climate Lab Book


  • GISS August global down by 0.05°C from July.
    by Nick Stokes on 14 september 2020 at 22:31

    The GISS V4 land/ocean temperature anomaly was 0.85°C in August 2020, down from 0.90°C in July. That compares with a 0.049deg;C fall in the TempLS V4 mesh index. Jim Hansen's report is […]


  • 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

  • SAGE versus reality
    by James Annan on 15 september 2020 at 15:31

    Something I've been meaning to do for a while is look at how well the SAGE estimates of the growth rate of the epidemic have matched up to reality over the long term. For the last 3 months now, SAGE […]

Science Bits

  • Modeling the COVID-19 / Coronavirus pandemic –...
    by shaviv on 17 april 2020 at 18:31

    A more realistic assumption than the approximation above is to allow the infection rate to be time dependent. This time dependency was derived in the first post, by using the results of Cereda et al. […]