emergent climate phenomena, Tag

  • A Request For Peer Preview Thu, 29 Apr 21, 3:00am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Well, for my sins I’ve been working on a paper with the hope of getting it published in a journal. Now that it’s nearly done,…
  • Millennial CO2 And Temperature Tue, 23 Mar 21, 4:00am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach My mind runs to curious corners of the climate question. I got to thinking about how little the atmospheric CO2 level has changed over most…
  • Clouds From Both Sides Now Tue, 16 Mar 21, 12:00am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Clouds are said to be the largest uncertainty in climate models, and I can believe that. Their representation in the models is highly parameterized, each…
  • Watts Available Thu, 24 Sep 20, 3:00am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I ponder curious things. I got to thinking about available solar energy. That’s the amount of solar energy that remains after reflection losses.  Just under a third (~ 30%) of the...
  • Undeniable Truths Mon, 10 Aug 20, 3:00am
    Out in the webiverse someone asked me “Willis… do you consider yourself a denialist?” Mmmm … an excellent question, with an answer which likely won’t go the direction that they think...
  • Drying The Sky Wed, 8 Jan 20, 9:00am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Eleven years ago I published a post here on Watts Up With That entitled “The Thermostat Hypothesis“. About a year after the post, the journal Energy and Environment published my...
  • The Picasso Problem Sun, 18 Nov 18, 6:50pm
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Let me start explaining the link from Picasso to climate science by looking at what Dr. Nir Shaviv called “the most boring graph I have ever plotted in my life”. This is the graph...
  • Of Water And Albedo Tue, 28 Aug 18, 9:49am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach As usual, there is more to learn in the CERES satellite dataset. I got to thinking of the idea put forth by Lacis 2010. He announced model results claiming that if the only modeled greenhouse...
  • Clouds and El Nino Wed, 9 May 18, 5:47pm
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach After the turn of the century, I became interested in climate science. But unlike almost everyone else, I wasn’t surprised by how much the global temperature was changing. As someone...
  • Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Once on a lovely hot August day in eastern Oregon, my gorgeous ex-fiancee and I sat entranced and watched a parade of dust devils...
  • Glimpsed Through The Clouds Tue, 13 Feb 18, 2:27pm
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In a recent post, I discussed the new CERES Edition 4.0 dataset. See that post for a discussion of the CERES satellite-based radiation data, along with links to the data itself. In that post...
  • The North Atlantic Seesaw Sun, 25 Jun 17, 4:29am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In my peripatetic meandering through the CERES satellite data, I’ve been looking at the correlation between the temperatures in the NINO3.4 region and the temperatures of the rest of...
  • How Thunderstorms Beat The Heat Sat, 9 Jan 16, 5:53am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I got to thinking again about the thunderstorms, and how much heat they remove from the surface by means of evaporation...
  • Tropical Evaporative Cooling Thu, 12 Nov 15, 6:20am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I’ve been looking again into the satellite rainfall measurements from the Tropical Rainfall Measurement Mission (TRMM)...
  • In The Land of El Nino Sun, 27 Sep 15, 7:09am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach While I was involved in an interesting interchange with David Douglass here, I stumbled across an interesting discovery...
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