Tag Archives: Millenial temperature reconstruction

Constraining unforced variability

Pages 2k has a new Nature paper called Consistent multidecadal variability in global temperature reconstructions and simulations over the Common Era. What they do is present 2,000-year-long global mean temperature reconstructions using seven different statistical methods that draw from a … Continue reading

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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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