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Judith Curry

  • Week in review – science edition
    by curryja on 24 juli 2021 at 01:50

    By Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye these past several weeks Early humans escaped the worse impacts of massive volcanic eruption [link] “Since 1951, the number of heavy rainfall days […]

Climate Audit

Science of Doom

Dr. Roy Spencer

AGW Observer

  • Papers on COVID-19 and climate change
    by Ari Jokimäki on 28 juni 2021 at 15:35

    Quantifying the influence of short-term emission reductions on climate (Fyfe et al. 2021). “These estimates reveal the modest impact that temporary emission reductions associated with the COVID-19 […]

Polarbear Science

Real Climate

  • Climate adaptation should be based on robust...
    by rasmus on 25 juli 2021 at 16:08

    Climate adaptation steams forward with an accelerated speed that can be seen through the Climate Adaptation Summit in January (see previous post), the ECCA 2021 in May/June, and the upcoming COP26. […]

Climate Lab Book

Moyhu

  • Moyhu hiatus
    by Nick Stokes on 14 juli 2021 at 20:56

    I'll need to be away from my computer for a few months, so I won't be blogging much. In particular, the latest data page will probably be irregularly updated, if at all. Sorry about that, it will […]

Klimazwiebel

  • On Klimazwiebel
    by Hans von Storch on 18 februari 2017 at 13:52

    The discussion on the thread "hottest year on record" has moved away from the original topic and has focussed on the merits, and limits of this blog, the Klimazwiebel, which was set up in 2009.We ask […]

Jules and James

  • Speed vs power in Zwift
    by James Annan on 14 april 2021 at 20:35

    This may be of interest to a relatively small number of readers, but it seems worth documenting that the relationship between power and equilibrium flat speed in the cycling simulator Zwift can be […]

Science Bits

  • Modeling the COVID-19 / Coronavirus pandemic –...
    by shaviv on 17 april 2020 at 18:31

    A more realistic assumption than the approximation above is to allow the infection rate to be time dependent. This time dependency was derived in the first post, by using the results of Cereda et al. […]