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Nature Unbound II: The Dansgaard- Oeschger Cycle

Nature Unbound II: The Dansgaard- Oeschger Cycle

by Javier Dansgaard-Oeschger (D-O) events are the most dramatic and frequent abrupt climate change events in the geological record. They are usually explained as the result of an Atlantic Ocean salinity oscillation paced by internal variability. Available evidence however supports that they are the result of an externally paced oceanic-sea ice interaction in the Norwegian […]

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Discussion: JC’s ‘role’

Discussion: JC’s ‘role’

by Judith Curry In view of recent controversies, numerous criticisms have been made about my ‘role,’ with expectations of things that I ‘should’ be doing.

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Conflating the climate problem with the solution

Conflating the climate problem with the solution

“one of the real tragedies that totally distorted the debate over climate change was that it got tied into the solution in a way that if you accepted the first you had to accept the second. And I think that was profoundly wrong.” – Newt Gingrich

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Ozone attainmnent

Ozone attainmnent

by Roger Caiazza At this time there is quite a bit of noise about potential problems if Scott Pruitt is confirmed to head EPA because he would “hamstring EPA’s authority to set nationwide environmental standards”.

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Skin in the game

Skin in the game

by Judith Curry Some reflections on my transition from academic climate research to private sector weather forecasting and regional climate change assessments.

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JC in transition

JC in transition

by Judith Curry Effective January 1, I have resigned my tenured faculty position at Georgia Tech.

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