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2015 SkS Weekly Digest #14

Posted on 5 April 2015 by John Hartz

SkS Highlights

Rob Painting's Sea Level Rise is Spiking Sharply drew the highest number of comments of the articles posted on SkS during the past week. Attracting the second highest number of comments was Dana's Global warming and drought are turning the Golden State brown

Toon of the Week

2015 Toon 14 

Quote of the Week

"The recovery does not happen on a century scale; it's a commitment to a millennial-scale recovery," said Sarah Moffitt, a marine ecologist at UC Davis' Bodega Marine Laboratory and lead author of the study. "If we see dramatic oxygen loss in the deep sea in my lifetime, we will not see a recovery of that for many hundreds of years, if not thousands or more."

Oceans might take 1,000 years to recover from climate change by Geoffrey Mohan, Los Angeles Times, Apr 1. 2015

Coming Soon on SkS

  • A revealing interview with the top contrarian climate scientists (Dana)
  • The history of emissions and the Great Acceleration (Andy Skuce)
  • 2015 SkS Weekly News Roundup #15A (John Hartz)
  • Hungarian Translation of the Debunking Handbook (András G. Pintér)
  • Guest Post (John Abraham)
  • Stanford professors urge withdrawal from fossil fuel investments (Suzanne Goldenberg)
  • 2015 SkS Weekly News Roundup #15B (John Hartz)
  • 2015 SkS Weekly News Digest #15 (John Hartz) 

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2015 Poster 14 

SkS Week in Review 

97 Hours of Consensus: Warren Washington

97 Hours: Warren Washington

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  1. You certainly have heard about new paper about AMOC slowdown by Stefan Rahmstorf et al. No free full text but plenty of comments on RealClimate.org and in popular press (e.g. linked to from Mike Mann's facebook).

    But did you hear about Steve McIntyre's Blunter on the subject? Worth reading, just to haver a good laugh. While trying to critique said paper, Steve confused δ15N, a proxy for water mass movement, with a proxy for temperature. Subsequently, Steve's entire critique turned invalid nonsense.

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