Tag Archives: LIA

A new hockey stick

Since I’ve discussed hockey sticks before, I thought I would briefly mention a new paper by Wilson et al. called Last millenium northern hemisphere summer temperatures from tree rings: Part 1: the long-term context. The key message seems to be … Continue reading

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Recovering from the LIA?

I can’t remember if I’ve written about this before, but since I haven’t written a post for a few days and would prefer to address something physicsy (rather than something controversial), I thought I might address the issue of us … Continue reading

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Watt about Akasofu?

There’s a recent post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) about a new paper by Syun-Ichi Akasofu. The paper, which has now been accepted, apparently lead to the resignation of one of the editors (Chris Brierley). One of the reasons … Continue reading

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