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Saturday Sesh, Me Droogs?

Thus spake NOAA: Sat SW winds 5 to 10 kt...increasing to 10 to 15 kt with gusts up to 20 kt in the afternoon. Seas 1 ft or less...then around 2 ft in the afternoon. In the words of Chimply...

Study Finds Bait, Tackle Stores Generate $2.3 Billion for Economy

Photograph courtesy of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources/Flickr A recent report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) finds that independent bait-and-tackle retail stores contributed $2.3 billion to the U.S. Show More Summary

REPORT: Stunning Global Warming Temperature Fraud at The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

The temperature records at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is so bad at this point, it seems as they they are simply inventing temperatures to “prove” their religion

Yet Even More Nonsense from Grant Foster (Tamino) et al. on the Bias Adjustments in the New NOAA Pause-Buster Sea Surface Temperature Dataset

Guest Post by Bob Tisdale INTRODUCTION The saga continues. For those new to this topic, see the backstory near the end of the post. Grant Foster (a.k.a. Tamino and Hansen’s Bulldog) has written yet another post The Bob about my simple comparison of the new NOAA pause-buster sea surface temperature dataset and the UKMO HADNMAT2…

Impact of “Pause-Buster” Adjustment on GISS Monthly Data

Guest Post By Walter Dnes: Credit and a special thanks to Josh With GISS incorporating NOAA/NCEI “Pause-Buster” adjustments for their monthly anomalies as of June 2015 data, our friend Daft made another appearance. Also, I noticed that my temperature-tracking spreadsheet at home, and on Google Docs both needed to have their Y-axes extended, because the…

The 2015 El Niño is shaping up to be a big one

From NOAA NNVL: July 2015 Ocean Temperatures – Conditions are currently warming up in the Pacific, and the NOAA Climate Prediction Center expects a greater than 90% chance that El Niño will continue through the winter and most likely into the spring. This image shows the July 13-19, 2015 sea surface temperature departure from the…

Another June, another warmest June on record.

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Another June, another warmest June on record. That’s the news in NOAA’s latest State of the Climate report. Other milestones include the warmest first half of the year ever and oceans hitting record temps. Are we sensing a trend here, people? Read more...

The Earth is hotter this Year than any since Records began

By Kanya D’Almeida | (Inter Press Service) | – – UNITED NATIONS (IPS) – According to new data released by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Tuesday, globally averaged temperatures…

“Leveraging the IOOS Regional Associations to Achieve Ocean Acidification Program (OAP) Goals” (video & text)

SOCAN Webinar, 14 July 2015, presented by Debra Hernandez, Southeast Coastal and Ocean Observing Regional Association (SECOORA), and Libby Jewett, NOAA Ocean Acidification Program The NOAA Ocean Acidification Program is working in close...Show More Summary

June 2015 NOAA climate report – “widespread model failures”

This quote from meteorologist Joe D’aleo speaks for itself. (Read the full post on the NoTricksZone.com blog.) The problem is that the same staff responsible for creating the reports about the climate (USGCRP, State of the Climate, EPA TSD, IPPC) … Continue reading ?

Earth is now the hottest it has ever been in recorded history

We’ve broken an incredible record in 2015, but it’s not one we should be proud of. According to the latest data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the first six months of 2015 were the warmest six months across land and ocean surface in our recorded history of Earth. Show More Summary

Ten warmest 12-month periods have all occurred since Oct. 2013

The latest monthly data are out from NOAA, and they tell a familiar story: June of 2015 was the warmest June on record, just as February of 2015 was the warmest February, March 2015 was...

80% Of U.S. Lightning Fatalities Are Male

Data Visualisation by @LeonMarkovitz. Data Source: NOAA.

Differences between the NOAA & UAH global temp updates

WUWT has an interesting article (by Bob Tisdale) at the “fundamental differences” between the NOAA and UAH global temperature updates. The author describes the NOAA adjustments (which claim to show increased global surface warming) as unjustified and “overcooked.” The author also … Continue reading ?

NOAA: Hottest First Half Of Year In Northern Hemisphere By Stunning 0.36°F

The latest monthly report confirms 2015 will crush previous global temperature records, with the hottest first half of any year since records started being kept 135 years ago. The post NOAA: Hottest First Half Of Year In Northern Hemisphere By Stunning 0.36°F appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Fundamental Differences between the NOAA and UAH Global Temperature Updates

Guest Post by Bob Tisdale As you are well aware, there is a very basic difference between the updates to the NOAA and UAH global temperature datasets: the NOAA update increased the warming rate of their product during the slowdown in global surface warming, while the UAH update decreased the warming rate of their lower…

2:00PM Water Cooler 7/17/15

Today's Water Cooler: TISA vs. TWO, Sanders and Glass-Steagal, Clinton burn, Walker corruption, China's rise, NOAA on climate, music piracy

Ahead Of Paris Talks, NOAA Proclaims 2014 Totally Like The Warmest Ever!

Of course, this doesn’t prove any anthropogenic causation (except in the way NOAA adjusts their data) International report confirms: 2014 was Earth’s warmest year on record In 2014, the most

Ocean acidification: a grim reaper for wild shellfish stocks? (audio & text)

According to a recent NOAA study, Alaskan shellfish hatcheries risk becoming unsustainable by 2040 because of ocean acidification. Over the last week, we’ve heard how a hatchery in Oregon is dealing with changes in ocean chemistry and about groundbreaking genetic research on shellfish adaptability. But the big questions still remain- how far-reaching will the effects […]

The Three Faces of the GISS Land-Ocean Temperature Index (LOTI)

Guest Post by Bob Tisdale This is the first of a series of posts about the impacts of NOAA’s new pause-buster sea surface temperature data on the global temperature products from GISS and NCEI (formerly NCDC). In this post, we’re going to compare the three recent versions of the GISS Land-Ocean Temperature Index from 1979…

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