Monthly Archives: November 2013
RealClimate tours the methane landscape, that greenhouse gas of renown, as a result of a number of recent papers describing increased release rates. Methane should be considered in context, and the risk it poses to additional warming tempered with … Continue reading
See RealClimate‘s “Statistics and Climate“. For some reason having to do with the mechanics of the site, the following comment was considered a “duplicate”. @tmb, The core of geostatistics is kriging, and it is a standard technique in much Oceanography, … Continue reading
Continuing on with our music exploration of Higgs, hadrons, colliders, and detectors ….
RealClimate breaks the news.
Wild Weather Dan sets things straight regarding links between big storms and climate change. Image from another of Dan’s posts and ultimately Dan Lindsey at CIRA. Follow-up by Quirin Schiermeier in Nature.
Study Finds Climate Link to Atmospheric-River Storms – NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
While waiting for the T today, I began to ponder the following abstract problem. Many calculations in geophysics these days take advantage of generating so-called ensembles of results, each initialized at a slightly difference place, in order to describe the … Continue reading
See Spying on allies and punishing leakers, Brazilian edition, at FT.com. Paywall.
The internet is not going to save the world, says the Microsoft co-founder, whatever Mark Zuckerberg and Silicon Valley’s tech billionaires believe. But eradicating disease just might. The story is here. It’s probably behind a paywall. Can’t be helped. FT … Continue reading
Dr Dan Satterfield at his Wild Wild Science Journal tipped a report regarding some fascinating retrospective modeling work done by NCAR reported by Dr Bob Henson at their Atmos News periodical. It provides a fascinating and visually stunning view of … Continue reading