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U-VA faculty Senate: Cuccinelli actions threaten “our ability to generate the knowledge upon which informed public policy relies.” Climate scientist Ken Caldeira commented on my recent post, “ WashPost : University of Virginia should fight AG Cuccinelli’s faulty investigation of Michael Mann .” Since it’s well worth reading, I am reprinting it below — along with the powerful conclusion of the University of Virginia Faculty Senate Executive Council statement.
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Global Temperature in 2011, Trends, and Prospects By James Hansen, Reto Ruedy, Makiko Sato and Ken Lo — 18 January 2012
Posted on 28 May 2010 by michael sweet Guest post by Michael Sweet
Refonte du site web publique du Service canadien des glaces (voir détails) Le lancement aura lieu le lundi 7 juin
Watts and Goddard seem in denial: “We are still about six weeks away from anything interesting happening in the Arctic.”
On March 15, 2013, Arctic sea ice extent appears to have reached its annual maximum extent, marking the beginning of the sea ice melt season. This year’s maximum extent was the sixth lowest in the satellite record.
Posted on 28 May 2010 by John Cook I don't plan to fall into the trap of breathlessly reporting every twist and turn of short-term climate fluctuations (I went through a bit of a silly period in March and April 2008 ). But we've been discussing Greenland trends and as it's been over a year since posting GRACE data on Greenland ice mass so I figure we're due an update.
Posted on 29 May 2010 by Riccardo Guest post by Riccardo
NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center has published its monthly “State of the Climate Report.” The combined global land and ocean surface temperature was the warmest on record for May, March-May (Northern Hemisphere spring-Southern Hemisphere autumn), and the period January-May. The warming in May is greatest precisely where climate science suggested it would be — the high northern latitudes (see “ What exactly is polar amplification and why does it matter?
Science is in many ways the opposite of decision by consensus.