The Global Warming Pause Explained

Fact: the RSS global mean temperature anomaly dataset shows a least-squares linear regression trend of 0.0C from February 1997 to October 2015. But what does this really mean? And what is the significance of this global warming pause? Join me in today’s Thought For The Day as we explore this question.

Global Warming Hiatus, On Pause? #QFC @CorbettReport

IPCC AR5 Technical Summary (see Box TS.3 for pause discussion)

RSS Global Mean Temperature trend analysis Feb 1997 – Oct 2015

What Is The Average Global Temperature?

Global temperature datasets – overview

Suzuki: What’s a dataset?

RSS upper air temperature data

NOAA State of the climate 2008 (See page S22 for pause discussion)

Pielke Jr. praises NOAA for making 15 year falsifiability claim

Climate change is unfalsifiable woo-woo pseudoscience

Phil Jones makes 15 years “before we get worried” claim

Contributions of Stratospheric Water Vapor to Decadal Changes in the Rate of Global Warming

Global warming lull down to China’s coal growth

Climate impacts of changing aerosol emissions since 1996

Oceans moderate climate change

Trenberth debunks himself: The oceans didn’t eat the global warming ‘missing heat’

Research Suggests Pacific Trade Winds Cause Pause

Slowdown in Tropical Pacific Flow Pinned on Climate Change

Slowdown due to Montreal Protocol!

66 excuses for the pause in global warming

The Recent Slowing in the Rise of Global Temperatures

Climate Oscillations and the Global Warming Faux Pause

Possible artifacts of data biases in the recent global surface warming hiatus

Congressman now threatens to subpoena commerce secretary over global warming report

US CLIVAR Summer 2015 edition of Variations

Has NOAA ‘busted’ the pause in global warming?

Has NOAA Adjusted Away a Relationship between NMAT and SST that the Consensus of CMIP5 Climate Models Indicate Should Exist?

Curry on the Cowtan & Way ‘pausebuster’: ‘Is there anything useful [in it]?”

The Pause lengthens again – just in time for Paris


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