No pause in global warming.

By: thesailer99, 4:32 AM GMT on June 07, 2015

Earth is a water planet as 70% of its surface is covered in oceans and 93% of the heat entering the atmosphere from the Sun into the oceans. With only 1% being retained by the atmosphere its hardly a surprise we have difficulty in measuring it exactly and keep track of the heat. ws/no-slowdown-in-global-warming

How a warming world can mean more damaging rainfall

By: thesailer99, 4:32 AM GMT on October 17, 2014

As the world warms the atmosphere can absorb more moisture and this can lead to increased damage to infrastructure and the environment. damage-in-a-warming-world.htmlLink


First El Nino since records began.

By: thesailer99, 3:23 AM GMT on March 18, 2014

Due to the lack of records this may be the first El Nino since comprehensive ocean records have been available

El Nino Pacific islands Drought Argo food production.

NASA increases its forecast of El Nino to 50% and flooded Marshal Islands

By: thesailer99, 5:05 AM GMT on March 12, 2014
This blog is a comment on the link between the warmer water in the Pacific giving rise to NASA's increasing it forecast of the likelihood of and El Nino event to 50% and the flooding of the Marshall islands on a king tide.

Climate Change El Nino Pacific islands sea level rise

Could the melting ice in Antarctica slow the great ocean conveyor?

By: thesailer99, 8:15 AM GMT on April 06, 2013

Recent research shows that the increased area of ice cover in Antarctica is caused by the ice shelf melting from the underside. Link

Updated: 8:43 AM GMT on April 06, 2013

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Observing the progress of climate changes around the World but special emphasis on New Zealand.

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