Hiatus

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It is said that global warming has taken a break over the last decade or so. This is not true. Surface temperatures (air, sea surface, and ice) have increased over this period of time, though less so than previous years. Also, there are various indicators that the coming year or so may be extra warm,…

First, there is no hiatus. Climate science skeptics claim that warming stopped in 1998. It didn’t. Stefan Rahmstorf has a nice post placing 2013 in context with the most recent data, HERE. Just click the “translate” button to read it in your favorite language. UPDATE: Stefan’s post is now HERE on Real Climate, in English.…

Has global warming stopped?

No. Here’s a handy graphic for you to enjoy and share, courtesy of Climate Nexus. Also, you might want to ask the question: What has global warming done since 1998? That question is addressed HERE, where this handy graphic is available showing the importance of ocean warming: So, has global warming stopped? No, I’m afraid…

Climate Change Items

A few climate change related items I know you will be interested in, especially since you will want to be very current for the big event Tuesday. There is now a new profession: Extreme Weather Architect. (Hat tip: Paul Douglas) You may hear again and again that climate change is over, that warming has stopped.…