Weather forecasters and climate scientists aren't exactly known for being the best of buds. Several surveys have shown that among members of the American Meteorological Society — and especially among professional TV forecasters — there’s a substantial degree of global warming skepticism. Show More Summary
By Paul Homewood It seems that tornadoes, or the lack of them, are back in the news at the moment. American Meteorological Society President, Dr Marshall Shepherd, seems to think it is unfair to mention low tornado numbers, saying it … Continue reading ?
In the wake of a milder-than-expected snowstorm, the president of the American Meteorological Society has batted aside claims that balky short-term weather forecasts undermine long-term climate models. Last week, a snowstorm forecast for the Mid-Atlantic, the "Snowquester," petered out in some areas expected to be hit hard. Show More Summary
A few days ago, WUWT pointed out that the American Meteorological Society webpage showed that the Gergis et al paper had been officially “withdrawn”. However, readers should know better than to presume that this would have any effect on IPCC use of the reconstruction. The withdrawal of the Gergis article hasn’t had the slightest impact [...]
A repost: In a paper that is about to be published in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, researchers Andrew Heymsfield, Patrick Kennedy, Steve Massie, Crl Schmitt, Zhien Wang, Samuel Haimov and Art Rangno make the claim that “The production of holes and channels in altocumulus clouds by two commercial turboprop aircraft is documented…
WASHINGTON — November 13, 2012 — Scientists from the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and University of California, Berkeley have demonstrated that plants and soils could release large amounts of carbon dioxide as global climate warms. Show More Summary
The American Meteorological Society (AMS) released an official position statement on climate change this week which not only said that it is occurring, but it is human-caused. The post Meteorologists Say Climate Change Is Real and Human Caused appeared first on Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit.
When it comes to climate change, certain groups in the United States are still resistant to the idea despite evidence from the US Military, US Forestry Commission, NASA and assorted independent studies. Now after years of sitting on the fence over the issue, the American Meteorological Society has released its official position on climate change, and [...]
The American Meteorological Society has updated and strengthened its statement on global warming. Here are its summary conclusions, “based on the peer-reviewed scientific literature and is consistent with the vast weight of currentShow More Summary
Contradictory Statements By The American Meterological Society – Comments On The New Statement Titled “Climate Change” The American Meteorological Society has released its Statement Climate Change - An Information Statement of the American Meteorological Society (PDF also here: http://www.ametsoc.org/policy/2012climatechange.pdf) where its stated … Continue reading ?
Seems almost a planned effort this week, Sea Ice, Iasaac, and now the AMS statement. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 617-227-2426 ext. 3901 August 27, 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org American Meteorological Society Releases Revised Climate Change Statement August 27, 2012 –The American Meteorological … Continue reading ?
by Daniel Souweine, via Grist This week in Boston, Mass., the nation’s broadcast meteorologists will meet in their yearly conference sponsored by the American Meteorological Society (AMS). You probably don’t have it marked on your calendar, but from the point of view of the planet, it’s the most important meeting of weather reporters in history. [...]
There was yet another recent “hockey stick” being foisted on the public. Gergis et al. It says: The average reconstructed temperature anomaly in Australasia during A.D. 1238–1267, the warmest 30-year pre-instrumental period, is 0.09°C (±0.19°C) below 1961–1990 levels. Basically, another … Continue reading ?
by James Hansen Many television meteorologists question manmade climate change, including ones certified by the American Meteorological Society (AMS). The society’s statement on climate change is now more than five years old, overdue for a revision. A few months ago, members of Forecast the Facts called on the AMS to pass a strong, science-based information [...]
If you live near the Great Lakes, you’ve probably noticed that recently they’ve been better suited to kayaking than ice fishing. A new report published by the American Meteorological Society now confirms what people living near North America’s greatest fresh water resource have long observed: because of climate change, Great Lakes ice is in severe [...]
From Steve Pierce, President, Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society Vancouver, Washington (March 13th 2012) - “Many residents along the coastline of Oregon awoke Tuesday morning to no power, downed trees, closed roads and as much as 8? of … Continue reading ?
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Steve Pierce President, Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society Vancouver, Washington (March 12th 2012) - “A strong late season storm is making landfall this afternoon along the Oregon and Washington coast. Winds have gusted to as … Continue reading ?
Great Lakes ice coverage declined an average of 71 percent over the past 40 years, according to a report from the American Meteorological Society. The amount of decline varies year to year and lake to lake, according to the report's lead researcher, Jia Wang, an ice research cli …
Picture 2.png Do you get your climate science from your weatherman? If so, you might be the dupe of an ongoing anti-science campaign, played out by some of national television’s most recognizable TV weathercasters – more than half of...Show More Summary