Daily Archives: May 12, 2011

Recent Sea Level Rise At Scripps

Every few weeks, one publicity hound or another at Scripps (La Jolla) makes a press release warning of sea level rise threatening the California coast. Here is the automatically generated graph from the new CU sea levels site – for … Continue reading

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Washington Post : Greenlanders Planting Vegetables

If you look closely, you can see heads of lettice popping up through the snow in Nuuk Thursday, May 12 2011 NUUK, Greenland — Few places on Earth have seen starker changes in weather than this icebound island straddling the Arctic … Continue reading

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Envisat : Regions Of Falling And Rising Sea Level

Falling                                                                    Rising http://www.aviso.oceanobs.com/

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“Let us know if you spot any bugs in the new web pages”

http://sealevel.colorado.edu/ Here’s a bug …. One important change in these releases is that we are now adding a correction of 0.3 mm/year due to Glacial Isostatic Adjustment (GIA), so you may notice that the rate of sea level rise is … Continue reading

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GISS Vs. UAH With The Same Baseline (1981-2010)

People have been asking for an apples to apples comparison of GISS vs. UAH March 2011 temperatures using the same baseline. As you can see, it doesn’t make much difference. UAH shows all of Greenland below the 1981-2010 mean, and … Continue reading

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Wyoming Snowpack 188% Of Normal

WYOMING SNAKE RIVER ……………………………. 12 of 16 191 131 UPPER YELLOWSTONE-MADISON ……………….. 12 of 13 168 129 WIND RIVER …………………………….. 9 of 10 141 97 BIGHORN BASIN ………………………….. 15 of 16 156 125 SHOSHONE RIVER …………………………. 6 of 7 148 … Continue reading

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GISS Danmarkshavn

I posted a couple of articles yesterday comparing GISS March temperatures vs satellite data in Greenland. Reader Glc pointed out that GISS does have one station in northern Greenland with a long term contiguous temperature record. That station, Danmarkshavn, showed … Continue reading

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