Tag Archives: La Niña

Volcanoes and ENSO

One known issue with climate models is that they tend to suggest a larger response to a volcanic eruption than is observed. A recent paper by Lehner et al. shows that all large eruptions since 1951 coincided with El Niño … Continue reading

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Watt about Bob and William

Although I’ve somewhat changed the focus of this blog, there is a post over at Watts Up With That (WUWT) that has made me decide to have another Watt about … post. It’s a post by Bob Tisdale and is … Continue reading

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A challenge from Bob!

In a recent Watts Up With That (WUWT) post Bib Tisdale claims that Skeptical Science still misunderstands, or misrepresents, the El Ninño Southern Oscillation. In this post Bob makes the following “challenge” If you believe that manmade greenhouse gases are … Continue reading

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Watt about ENSO?

One of the recent Watts Up With That posts is by Bob Tisdale and is titled A different perspective of the equatorial pacific and ENSO events. ENSO is the El Niño – Southern Oscillation. I’m no expert at this, but … Continue reading

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