There is quite a lot happening in AGW, but once again, a busy week moving house and time of the year issues, so my apologies. Here are some of events that seem to be emerging as important:
Plimer responds to his critics in The Australian with Vitriolic climate in academic hothouse.
The cash cow climate institutes now seem to be drowning in their own self-importance.
Funny, I called his book a bit vitriolic here Backpackers Guide to Global Warming, though I must admit Peter Gallagher's Read more [...] 25 com
My signed copy of Heaven+Earth: Global Warming, the missing science by Australia's most eminent geologist arrived last week. Peter Gallagher has just reviewed it here, and I agree with most of his impressions.
Apart from anything else it seems like a useful compendium of "History, Sun, Earth, Water, Air" facts and references, with over 500 pages and 2311 references. My hardcover version is laid out in a small book format with over-narrow margins, making it look a little like a "Backpackers Guide". Read more [...] 68 com
The Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has acquired daily weather data from many sites for many years and compiled it into a base that compares well with that from other countries.
The data in various stages of treatment is available from Dr Stockwell through this site. It includes a small amount of infilling of missing data, usually by inserting the value(s) of an adjacent day. The infilling is not considered to alter the conclusions, but it is a mathematical convenience. It can be said of Read more [...] 30 com