THE CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology [BOM] are the peak Australian scientific institutions. Various governments in Australia rely on the scientific conclusions from these government-funded scientific institutions. The assumption is that the scientific advice from the CSIRO and BOM is not only reliable but reasonable. But is it?
A regular contributor to this blog, Anthony Cox, also known as Cohenite, examines the scientific evidence presented in the two most recent reports from the CSIRO and BOM: the BOM Annual Climate Summary 2011 and State of the Climate Report – 2012.
Cohenite is not a scientist, but he is interested in the evidence.
Download Cohenite’s note as a pdf here: http://jennifermarohasy.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/BOM-CSIRO-article.pdf