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Dec 19
Clarity on Antarctic sea ice. : I’ve always been a skeptic when it comes to Antarctic sea ice....
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Dec 14
AGU 2014 : Once more unto the breach!...
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Dec 14
Ten Years of RealClimate: Where now? : The landscape for science blogging, the public discourse on climate and our own roles in the scientific community have all changed radically over the last 10 years....
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Dec 10
Ten years of Realclimate: By the numbers : Start date: 10 December 2004 Number of posts: 914 Number of comments: ~172,000 Number of comments with inline responses: 14,277 Minimum number of total unique page visits, and unique views, respective...
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Dec 10
Ten years of RealClimate: Thanks : As well as the current core team – David Archer, Eric Steig, Gavin Schmidt, Mike Mann, Rasmus Benestad, Ray Bradley, Ray Pierrehumbert, Stefan Rahmstorf – this blog has had input from many others ove...
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Dec 10
Ten Years of RealClimate : In the spring of 2004, when we (individually) first started talking to people about starting a blog on climate science, almost everyone thought it was a great idea, but very few thought it was somethi...
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Dec 8
The most popular deceptive climate graph : The “World Climate Widget” from Tony Watts’ blog is probably the most popular deceptive image among climate “skeptics”....
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Dec 4
Recent global warming trends: significant or paused or what? : As the World Meteorological Organisation WMO has just announced that “The year 2014 is on track to be the warmest, or one of the warmest years on record”, it is timely to have a look at recent...
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Dec 3
Unforced variations: Dec 2014 : This month’s open thread. Think history, Lima, and upcoming additions of a single data point to timeseries based on arbitrary calendrical boundaries....
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Nov 28
A clearer picture how climate change affects El Niño? : I still remember the first time I was asked about how climate change affects El Niño. It was given as a group exercise during a winter school in Les Houghes (in France) back in February 1996....
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