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Has NOAA ‘busted’ the pause in global warming?

by Judith Curry A new blockbuster paper published today by NOAA: These results do not support the notion of a “slowdown” in the increase of global surface temperature.   Color me ‘unconvinced.’

2 new papers on the ‘pause’

by Judith Curry Two new papers were published last week of relevance to the hiatus.

‘Warmest year’, ‘pause’, and all that

by Judith Curry So, was 2014 the ‘warmest year’?  Drum roll . . .

How long is the pause?

by Judith Curry UPDATE:  comments on McKitrick’s paper With 39 explanations and counting, and some climate scientists now arguing that it might last yet another decade, the IPCC has sidelined itself in irrelevance until it has something serious to say … Continue reading

Causes and implications of the pause

by Judith A. Curry My invited talk at the American Physical Society Meeting in Denver.

IPCC’s pause ‘logic’

by Judith Curry Well here it is, the pause discussion is buried in Box 9.2 of the IPCC Working Group I Report.

How the IPCC forgot to mention the pause

by Judith Curry [Marotzke] attributed the oversight to a tendency of each group working on each of the 14 chapters to rely on some other chapter to deal with the issue. And anyone who was thinking about it at all … Continue reading

Nic Lewis on the UK Met Office on the pause

by Nic Lewis These comments constitute a response to erroneous statements and misrepresentations made in a report published by the Met Office in July 2013: “The recent pause in global warming (3): What are the implications for projections of future … Continue reading

Pause politics

by Judith Curry U.S. and European Union envoys are seeking more clarity from the United Nations on a slowdown in global warming that climate skeptics have cited as a reason not to “panic” about environmental changes, leaked documents show.

Pause tied to equatorial Pacific surface cooling

by Judith Curry Update:  New comment from Xie My mind has been blown by a new paper just published in Nature.

UK Met Office on the pause

by Judith Curry The recent pause in global surface temperature rise does not, in itself, materially alter the risks  of substantial warming of the Earth by the end of this century. – UK Met Office

The Economist on The New Republic on the ‘pause’

by Judith Curry A new article in the Economist responds to the recent article in The New Republic, discussing the policy implications of the ‘pause.’

The New Republic on the ‘pause’

by Judith Curry In the end, the so-called scientific consensus on global warming doesn’t look like much like consensus when scientists are struggling to explain the intricacies of the earth’s climate system, or uttering the word “uncertainty” with striking regularity. … Continue reading

Sociology of the ‘pause’

by Judith Curry The ‘pause’ has gone mainstream, with an article by Justin Gillis in the NYTimes.

More on the ‘pause’

by Judith Curry Is global warming slowing down? – David Appell

‘Pause’ : Waving the Italian Flag

by Judith Curry The recent articles in the Daily Mail and the Guardian are generating heated reactions – more heat than light.  Lets break down the arguments on both side and assess them systematically.

‘Pause’ discussion thread: Part II

by Judith Curry The Guardian strikes back against David Rose’s Daily Mail article.

‘Pause’ discussion thread

by Judith Curry The latest data release from HadCRUT4 is creating quite a stir.

Pause (?)

by Judith Curry Question of the week: Has the rate of warming continued unabated, or has there been a  pause in the warming?

Week in review – science edition

by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye this past week.

Week in review – science edition

by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye this past week.

Recent hiatus caused by decadal shift in Indo-Pacific heating

by Judith Curry The hiatus lives.

A key admission regarding climate memes

by Andy West Lewandowsky and Oreskes raise the prospect that via the agency of memes, the climate Consensus with its high certainty of danger, could be a socially generated artifact and not a scientific fact.

Impact of AMO/PDO on U.S. regional surface temperatures

by Judith Curry The conclusion is that the oscillatory mode (mostly due to the AMO) is significantly more important than the monotonic mode (mostly due to increasing atmospheric CO2) in explaining the 1980–2000 U.S. temperature increase.  – Bruce Kurtz

Improving climate change communication: moving beyond scientific certainty

by Judith Curry A new report from The University of Nottingham looks at whether climate scientists threaten their own scientific credibility when trying to make their research accessible to members of the public.