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Carl Mears Paper Confirms Increasing Trend in Atmospheric Water Vapour

  Carl Mears, who runs the RSS global satellite temperature dataset, has a new paper out, studying trends is atmospheric water vapour from 1988-2017. The data reveals a significant increasing trend in Total Precipitable Water (ocean only) of 1.49% per decade, which he states is confirmation of the effects of anthropogenic global warming. Water vapor … Continue reading

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Younger Dryas Ocean Warming Fails Its MOT On GHG Radiative Theory

  There’s a fascinating study which has just been released on a novel method of estimating global mean ocean temperature (MOT) during the last glacial transition. Here is the abstract: Little is known about the ocean temperature‚Äôs long-term response to climate perturbations owing to limited observations and a lack of robust reconstructions. Although most of … Continue reading