Category Archives: Oceans

Decadal Climate Variability

by Judith Curry

The National Academies Press has published a new document:  Frontiers in Decadal Climate Variability: Proceedings of a Workshop.

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Sea level rise, acceleration and the closure problem

by Rud Istvan

There is no doubt that interglacials change sea level (SL). And that sea level rise (SLR) can be dramatic on millennial interglacial time scales.

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Canopus, Herakleion, New Orleans & Continental Rifts

by Anthony Lucas

An alternative perception of sea level rise and climate change.

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Coral bleaching debate

by Jim Steele

Is bleaching the legacy of a marvelous adaptation mechanism or a prelude to extirpation?

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Science into agitprop: “Climate Change is Strangling Our Oceans”

by Larry Kummer, from the Fabius Maximus website

The public policy debate about climate science shows the dysfunctional nature of the US media. Here’s another example of how propaganda has contaminated the news reporting of this vital subject, looking at stories about a new study of our oceans.

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Is sea level rise accelerating?

by Judith Curry

Estimates of the rate of sea level rise are diverging.

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Undersea volcanoes may be impacting long-term climate change

by Alan Longhurst

I think this paper on on ocean tides, sea-floor volcanoes and Milankevitch cycles is a game changer.

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