SkS Weekly Digest #8
Posted on 25 July 2011 by John Hartz
SkS unveiled its seventh whimsical article series button:
Two important new articles in the series were posted. The first, Lessons from Past Climate Predictions: Wallace Broecker documents some amazingly accurate forecasts of global temperature change made by Wallace Broecker in 1975. The second, Lessons from Past Climate Predictions: William Kellogg examines what we can learn from Kellogg's paper, Influences of Mankind on Climate, published in 1979.
Toon of the Week...
The Week in Review
During the past week, the 12 articles listed below were posted by SkS authors and guest authors.
- Michaels Mischief #1: Continued Warming and Aerosols (Dana)
- Earth's Climate History: Implications for Tomorrow (James Hansen)
- Ocean Cooling Corrected, Again (Rob P)
- Monckton Myth #17: Debate vs. Denniss, Part 1 (Dana)
- Monckton Myth #17: Debate vs. Denniss, Part 2 (Dana)
- The Ridley Riddle Part One: The Red Queen (Andy S)
- Did we do it? Yes we did! (Doug Mackie)
- The Ridley Riddle Part Two: The White Queen (Andy S)
- Christmas Present (Doug Mackie)
- The Ridley Riddle Part Three: Like a Northern Rock (Andy S)
- Christy Crock #7: People Need Energy (Sarah)
- A Lousy Two Degrees - Who Cares? (Agnostic)
- The Last Interglacial Part Three - Melting Ice and Rising Seas (Steve Brown)
The Pew Center on Global Climate Change now provides a wealth of information on the relationship between extreme weather and climate change. To access it, click here.