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5680-year tree-ring temperature record for southern South America shows recent warming is not exceptional

A study by Lara et al. (2020) uses tree-ring evidence to show that the recent warming from 1959 – 2009 is not exceptional in the context of the last 5,000 years. The abstract states: It is widely documented that the … Continue reading

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Polar Bear Population Surges

Re-posted from Polar Bear Science: A 2019 survey of polar bears on the Arctic coast of the Beaufort Sea has shown an increase in the number of well-fed, healthy bears. The survey showed the highest number of bears since 2012. … Continue reading

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Don’t pollute minds with carbon fears

Emeritus Professor Ian Plimer has written a well-crafted article in The Australian today. Well worth a read.

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Glaciers no longer in imminent danger of disappearing

Glacier National Park in Montana had a diorama display with lights showing the retreat of the glaciers. As you watched, lights turned off on a display map, showing the decline of the glaciers. In the park, a sign at the … Continue reading

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