Archive | February 8, 2011

Looking for AGW in a Sea of Natural Variability: Declining Rainfall in SW Western Australia (Part 2) – A Note from Luke Walker

Finding anthropogenic global warming (AGW) shapes in the fog of variability is a major challenge, simply because natural climate variability is large.  And then the problem becomes attributing those changes to a climate mechanism in an interlinked dynamic climate system. One of those climate detective stories taking some intriguing twists and turns is the rainfall […]

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