Tag Archives: UK Met Office

Meeting people

I was away all of last week on a mini UK-research tour. I had some work to do with people in Leicester, including with somone who has just finished doing a PhD with me and who has a couple of … Continue reading

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Julia Slingo on BBC Radio 4

I just wanted to post this youtube clip of Julia Slingo – Chief Scientist at the UK Met Office – being interviewed on BBC Radio 4 about how 2015 and 2016 are likely to be the hottest years on record. … Continue reading

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Come on Andrew, you can get this.

Andrew Montford, an influential climate blogger in the UK, is – once again – suggesting that man made climate change is not clear because, we are unable to demonstrate a statistically significant change in surface temperatures because of the difficulty … Continue reading

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Nobody knows!

I was watching the Andrew Marr Show this morning, and one of the guests was Eric Pickles, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. He was on to talk about the extreme weather that’s been battering the UK … Continue reading

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Andrew Montford and the BBC News

Andrew Montford, who writes the Bishop Hill blog is a noted climate science “skeptic”. In the run-up to the release of the IPCC’s AR5 SPM, the BBC had a number of news reports about climate science. One of the reports … Continue reading

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Nic Lewis and the UK Met Office

Nic Lewis (an independent climate scientists) and the UK Met Office seem to be having a public debate about climate sensitivities and about the Met Office’s climate models. I find it quite interesting that the Met Office are engaging in … Continue reading

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