Observing the progress of climate changes around the World but special emphasis on New Zealand.
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. http://www.climateoutcome.kiwi.nz/latest-posts--ne ws/no-slowdown-in-global-warming
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. http://www.climateoutcome.kiwi.nz/increased-flood- damage-in-a-warming-world.htmlLink
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 http://www.climateoutcome.kiwi.nz/blog.html
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.
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. Linkhttp://www.climateoutcome.kiwi.nz/blog.html
Updated: 8:43 AM GMT on April 06, 2013