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Little Ice Age Reflected in Dutch Landscape Paintings

  • Title: Ice and snow in paintings of Little Ice Age winters
  • Date of publication: February 2005
  • Authors: Peter J. Robinson
  • Published by: Weather

Artists will probably find beauty in a piece of Dutch landscape paintings in the 17th Century, but climate scientist may see it as a data set; art work can be important evidence of the Little Ice Age that lasted from 1300 to 1850  354 more words

Building Blocks

Spectacular Drop In Global Average Satellite Temperatures

UAH Global Temperature Update for June 2016: +0.34 deg. C

by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.
The Version 6.0 global average lower tropospheric temperature (LT) anomaly for June, 2016 is +0.34 deg. 700 more words

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An interesting and unique graph that ties ENSO, global temperature and other climate variables together

Yesterday, WUWT covered the sharp drop in global temperatures that followed the peak of the 2015/16 El Niño. That caught the interest of John B from Toronto, and he writes in with a graph he has rendered that illustrates correlation of many climate metrics. 331 more words

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Understanding Urban Microclimates Key to Good Urban Planning

Global temperatures have officially reached the highest on record and Australia has felt the brunt of this with record breaking temperatures for the end of summer and early autumn. 430 more words

Urban Planning

Global Temperature Report: May 2016

May 2016 was 2nd warmest May in satellite record



When is an anomaly just an anomaly and not necessarily part of a larger trend? Perhaps, when the anomaly is a significant outlier that can be linked to a specific cause. 721 more words

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The planet cools as El Niño disappears

UAH Global Temperature Update for May, 2016: +0.55 deg. C

June 1st, 2016 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.

NOTE: This is the fourteenth monthly update with our new Version 6.0 dataset. 200 more words

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Friday Funny - Another look at Ed Hawkins Scary Temperature Spiral

This week there was lots of noise from the Twittersphere and Blogosphere over this tweet from climate scientist Ed Hawkins which was covered at WUWT:  204 more words

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