Author Archives: Turbulent Eddie
There are some significant changes which have occurred over the last decades and centuries which may well be significant to climate change.
In examining the long term ENSO record implied by the Multi-variate ENSO Index, it’s apparent that there has been a marked decrease of months of La Nina and Strong La Nina and a commensurate increase of months of El Nino … Continue reading
The latest (through November 2017) update of the Clouds and the Earth’s Radiant Energy System (CERES) data sets are depicted below. The record is still brief and precision and accuracy remain uncertain ( especially for the anisotropic shortwave radiance ). … Continue reading
Some synoptic data from the morning of December 5:
A simple correlation of global mean surface temperature with change in radiative forcing yields a transient climate sensitivity of about 1.8K per doubling of CO2:
I recently looked briefly at both Atlantic, and North East Pacific hurdat data laid over a selected period ( June through October for the Pacific, August through October for the Atlantic from 1949 through 2016 ) of the ERSSTv4 Sea … Continue reading
In response to the Climate Etc. crowd review of the US Global Change Research Program Climate Science Special Report (CSSR) Fifth-Order Draft, what follows are brief exceptions to the report: