Monthly Archives: April 2011

Are Gulf Of Mexico Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies Near To Record Levels?

OVERVIEW This post illustrates Gulf of Mexico Sea Surface Temperature (SST) data and discusses the post by Jeff Masters at his http://www.wunderground.com blog in which he states that April 2011 Gulf of Mexico SST anomalies are “among the highest on … Continue reading

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Mid-April 2011 SST Anomaly Update

NINO3.4 NINO3.4 SST anomalies for the week centered on April 20, 2011 show that central equatorial Pacific SST anomalies are approaching ENSO-neutral temperatures. They’re at approximately -0.57 deg C. NINO3.4 SST Anomalies – Short-Term

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Notes On Hansen et al (2011) – Earth’s Energy Imbalance and Implications

UPDATE (April 23, 2011): I’ve added an addition discussion of the delayed rebound effect at the end of the post. OVERVIEW Judith Curry’s post Earth’s Energy Imbalance is an introduction to the Hansen et al (2011) paper “Earth’s Energy Imbalance … Continue reading

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Part 2 – Satellite-Era Sea Surface Temperature Versus IPCC Hindcast/Projections

THE INDIAN AND ATLANTIC OCEANS INTRODUCTION This post is a continuation of Part 1 – Satellite-Era Sea Surface Temperature Versus IPCC Hindcast/Projections.  It examines the differences between multi-model mean of the IPCC 20C3M (Hindcast)/SRES A1B (Projection) for Sea Surface Temperatures and … Continue reading

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March 2011 SST Anomaly Update

CHANGES TO MONTHLY UPDATE POSTS I’ve changed the longitude used as the boundary between the Indian and South Pacific Oceans from 145E to 120E. With the Indian Ocean data extending north to 30N, the eastern boundary of 145E was picking … Continue reading

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Part 1 – Satellite-Era Sea Surface Temperature Versus IPCC Hindcast/Projections

GLOBAL AND PACIFIC OCEAN SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE NOTE: REFER TO UPDATE AT THE END OF THE POST OVERVIEW This series of posts examines the differences between multi-model mean of the IPCC 20C3M (Hindcast)/SRES A1B (Projection) data and the Reynolds OI.v2 … Continue reading

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How Can Things So Obvious Be Overlooked By The Climate Science Community?

Alternate Title Question: Why Are Global Sea Surface Temperatures Falling Short Of IPCC Projections? INTRODUCTION In this post I illustrate and discuss the relatively small rise in the Sea Surface Temperature anomalies (SST) of the East Pacific (from pole to pole) … Continue reading

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How Does This Theme Work For Everyone?

Please scroll down through the main page to see if the graphs work for you, and let me know.

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