Monthly Archives: July 2011

Human Effect on Climate Clearly Detected

Climate Change Attribution Using Empirical Decomposition of Climatic Data Loehle, C. and N. Scafetta. 2011. Climate Change Attribution Using Empirical Decomposition of Historical Time Series. Open Atmospheric Science Journal 5:74-86. The climate change attribution problem is addressed using empirical decomposition. … Continue reading

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Mary’s Peak Snow Update

Several “Mary’s Peak Snow” posts have been made recently. On July 10 I received the following from Bob Wrightson: Mr. Taylor, I have read your articles on how late snow has been found on Marys Peak. On July 2nd I … Continue reading

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Richard Lindzen Profile — New York Times

Richard Lindzen: A Climate Change Dissenter Who Has Left His Mark On U.S. Policy The New York Times, 6 July 2011 John Fialka Richard Lindzen is 71. His career as professor of meteorology at Massachusetts Institute of Technology is winding … Continue reading

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