30 scientific papers Discredit Connection between Hurricanes & ‘global warming’ - Principia Scientific International. Published on Written by Marc Morano Below there are 30 peer-reviewed scientific papers that summarize the literature on the lack of connection between ocean temperatures and hurricane variability.
Perhaps climate alarmists who try to link hurricanes to human actions could find these educational. No Trend Or Reduced Intensity Of Landfalling Hurricanes With Warming: Perrie et al., 2010. Forty-five Years of Extremely Intense Worldwide Hurricane Data. Paper Reviewed Klotzbach, P.J. and Landsea, C.W. 2015.
Extremely intense hurricanes: Revisiting Webster et al. (2005) after 10 years. Fifty-five Years of Trends of High-Impact Weather Events in China. Paper Reviewed Shi, J., Wen, K. and Cui, L. 2016.
Trends in Extreme Weather Events since 1900 – An Enduring Conundrum for Wise Policy Advice. A Twenty-Six Decade Record of Atlantic Hurricanes. Paper Reviewed Rojo-Garibaldi, B., Salas-de-León, D.A., Sánchez, N.L. and Monreal-Gómez, M.A. 2016.
Hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea and their relationship with sunspots. Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics 148: 48-52. Although some climate alarmists contend that CO2-induced global warming will increase the number of hurricanes in the future, the search for such effect on Atlantic Ocean tropical cyclone frequency has so far remained elusive. Hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea and their relationship with sunspots. Expert Hurricane Forecaster Says Upcoming 2017 Season Likely To Be “Worst/Costliest” In 12 Years!
Ocala, FL (PRWEB) Global Weather Oscillations (GWO) veteran meteorologist David Dilley says in his early forecast that the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season will be stronger than last year – with the potential for 6 named storms making United States landfalls.
It will also be the most dangerous since the 2005 season, which saw 5 hurricane landfalls and 2 tropical storms. GWO has issued the most accurate preseason predictions of any organization the past 8 years, including last years’ prediction that the “Atlantic Basin” (which includes the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico) – would enter a Climate Pulse Hurricane Enhancement Cycle in 2016. Inconvenient Truths: 2014 Global Natural Disasters Down Massively! …No Trend In Tornado/Cyclones Since 1950! More people and more wealth, yet less losses.
That’s what the latest 2014 disaster statistics tell us. Bad news for the doomsday worshippers and cheerleaders. The Geneva-Switzerland based International Federation of the Red Cross recently released its 2014 Natural Disaster Report, according to the German online daily BILD here. Global Losses From Weather-Related Disasters Is Sharply Declining.
Damage from weather-related disasters is in sharp decline, according to data compiled by University of Colorado professor Roger Pielke, Jr.
The chart indicates that the cost of weather-related disasters as a proportion of the global economy is declining. Data for the chart comes from the the reinsurance company Munich Re, the United Nations and Pielke’s own research. Damage from weather events in 2015 was much less costly than expected, according to a study by an insurance industry group. Severe winter weather has caused most insurance industry losses in recent years. Global warming and El Niño — a weather event that warms up ocean temperatures in South America, causing the United states to get unusually warm for a year — abated these insurance costs, according to Munich Reinsurance America, Inc. Dr. Pielke Jr. mocks new claim: ‘A magic force field’ is now preventing land-falling hurricanes? – Warmists scramble to explain lack of extreme weather.
Inconvenient Hurricane Shock Truth: Period 1871 – 1900 Saw 70% More Hits Than 1986-2015! By P Gosselin on 7.
November 2015. Lüning: Major Austrian Study Showing “Fewer Weather Extremes Today” Causes Jaws To Drop. Yesterday I posted on a new study written by Reinhard Böhm of Austria’s Leading Weather and Climate Agency ZAMG.
His comprehensive, peer-reviewed paper found that there has been no increase in weather extremes in the Austrian Alps – surprising the world’s climate scientists. This study in my view is really big, and is upsetting the Climate Establishment in Europe. Dr. Claim: East coast ‘Monster hurricanes’ linked to previous warm periods, current data suggests otherwise. A new press release from AGU, suggests past data shows this to be true, but Dr.
The Deplorable Climate Science Blog. The worst tornado outbreak in recent history occurred on April 3-4, 1974 at the peak of the 1970’s ice age scare. Temperatures on April 3, were very hot in the southeast with Texas over 100 degrees and much of the south over 90 degrees. Over the next 48 hours a strong cold front pushed across the region and spawned the tornadoes when very cold, dry air collided with the warm humid air in the southeast. Claim of ‘Increasing tornado outbreak clusters’ just doesn’t hold up. The NOAA Storm Prediction Center says this about multiple vortice tornadoes: Multiple Vortex Tornado Many tornadoes contain smaller, rapidly spinning whirls known as subvortices, or suction vortices; but they are not always as clearly visible as in this big tornado near Altus OK, on 11 May 1982.
Lack of correlation between tornadoes and temperature increase in the USA. Tornados: Blame them on La Niña. A tornado brews near El Reno, Okla., May 2013. A new study links the frequency of tornadoes and hailstorms in parts of the southern United States to ENSO, a cyclic temperature pattern in the Pacific Ocean. Credit: John Allen Reported in Science Daily Frequency of tornadoes, hail linked to El Niño, La Niña. NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT. By Paul Homewood According to NOAA, the number of tornadoes has been steadily growing since the 1950s, despite a drop in numbers in the last five years. The Role of Solar Forcing in Australian Tropical Cyclone Activity. Invest in Nature, not infrastructure for storm abatement. I suppose maybe they didn’t see this study on how a long forgotten seawall helped save homes in New Jersey.
The best defense against catastrophic storms: Mother Nature, say Stanford researchers Stanford researchers say that natural habitats such as dunes and reefs are the best protection against storms and rising sea levels along the U.S. coastline. The Economist, fossil fuel subsidies and climate disaster. How High-Arctic Reindeer Respond to Extreme Weather Events.
Paper Reviewed Loe, L.E., Hansen, B.B., Stien, A., Albon, S.D., Bischof, R., Carlsson, A., Irvine, R.J., Meland, M., Rivrud, I.M., Ropstad, E., Veiberg, V. and Mysterud, A. 2016.