Tagged: Rahmstorf

Is earth’s temperature about to soar? (No pause, no hiatus, only warming) - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Dec 10, 2014

This is a guest post by the statistician who blogs as Tamino, cross-posted from his Open Mind blog with his permission. It’s important reading… A recent blog post on RealClimate by Stefan Rahmstorf shows that when it comes to recent claims of a “pause” or “hiatus,” or even a slowdown in global surface temperature, there […] … Read More

TDB Today: WACCy weather and a warm year - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Jan 29, 2014

A classic case of WACCy weather in the northern hemisphere, seen here in a map from the excellent Climate Reanalyzer site, prompts me to discuss the 2013 global temperature numbers, the El Niño-Southern Oscillation, and what sea ice loss is doing to northern hemisphere weather patterns in my post at The Daily Blog this week. […] … Read More

Cold wind to Valhalla: Arctic ice loss brings spring snow to UK and Europe - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Apr 01, 2013

It’s been a cold and snowy end to winter in Britain and much of Europe. The worst March snowfall for 30 years (according to The Telegraph) caused significant disruption to much of the UK, and lead to heavy loss of sheep and lambs in Wales. The UK Met Office reports that March is likely to [...] … Read More

The Climate Crisis - Hot Topic

Bryan Walker Jan 19, 2010

David Archer and Stefan Rahmstorf are notable climate scientists. They are also excellent communicators of the science to the general reader, as is apparent in their new book The Climate Crisis: An Introductory Guide to Climate Change. My review of Archer’s previous book The Long Thaw  remarked on his ability to illuminate topics for the non-scientist. [...] … Read More