Monthly Archives: June 2012

Predicting changes in North Atlantic temperatures

The Earth is a complex system of interacting components, such as the atmosphere and ocean, which produce a wide variety of natural variability. This natural variability ensures that the evolution of a particular region’s climate, e.g. that of Western Europe, … Continue reading

Posted in Atlantic, GCMs, MOC, predictability, SSTs, variability | 1 Comment

Projections of maize yields in France

A rather specific question today – what will happen to maize yields in France in 2016-2035?

Posted in crops, precipitation, projections, temperature, uncertainty, variability | 5 Comments

A 150 year temperature history from Berkshire

At a recent weather festival, Roger Brugge presented a reconstruction of temperatures from 1863 to 2011 for a small patch of the UK, namely Berkshire, which I found interesting.

Posted in history, temperature | 8 Comments