The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) is being released in four parts with Working Group II due to officially release their contribution on “Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability” in Yokohama, Japan, on Monday … [Read more...] about Part 2 of IPCC Fifth Assessment Report
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THE modern meteorologist relies on computer models for forecasting. Coupled atmospheric-ocean models, known as general circulation models, are favoured for medium to long-range forecasting with these models forecasting an overall and quite rapid … [Read more...] about What Drives Change in Antarctic Sea Ice Cover?
WE know that the Australian Bureau of Meteorology can’t forecast weather more than a few days out. So why should we believe a climate forecast to 2030? According to Sara Phillips, writing for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the … [Read more...] about Myth and the Bureau of Meteorology
Wanting to find a list of peer-reviewed papers supporting an alternative perspective on climate change? It's just been compiled by the geeks at popular technology.net … [Read more...] about Peer-Reviewed Papers Supporting Skeptical Arguments Against AGW Alarmism
ANOTHER year, and another announcement from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology that it is getting hotter. Indeed on January 3, 2014, David Jones, Manager of Climate Monitoring and Predictions at the Bureau, explained in a radio interview that: “We … [Read more...] about Last Year, 2013: A Hot Year for Australia
IN September, Patrick J. Michaels likened the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to a treed cat. He wrote, “Instead of closing its eyes and scurrying to the ground, it climbs onto even higher and thinner branches, while yowling ever … [Read more...] about When Is the Right Time to Abandon Ship?