Tag Archives: Nic Lewis

Nic Lewis and the UK Met Office

Nic Lewis (an independent climate scientists) and the UK Met Office seem to be having a public debate about climate sensitivities and about the Met Office’s climate models. I find it quite interesting that the Met Office are engaging in … Continue reading

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Met Office in the Mail on Sunday

Originally posted on Official blog of the Met Office news team:
An article appears in the Mail on Sunday today focusing on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change‚Äôs (IPCC) forthcoming Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) which it bills this as the…

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Nic Lewis on Climate Sensitivity

Nic Lewis has another post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) called Updated climate sensitivity estimates using aerosol-adjusted forcings and various ocean heat uptake estimates. Basically he tries various different changes in radiative forcing and ocean heat uptake rates to … Continue reading

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Watt about the ECS and TCR?

There is a new post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) by Nic Lewis discussing a new paper that claims that the transient climate response (TCS) is less than 2oC. The paper is called Energy budget constraints on climate response … Continue reading

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Watt about Climate Sensitivity?

There have been a number of posts on Watts Up With That discussing climate sensitivity. Climate sensitivity is basically an estimate (calculation?) of how much the global surface temperature would increase if the CO2 levels doubled. The first post was … Continue reading

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