Monthly Archives: August 2012

Arctic sea ice in 2013

A very simple straw poll today – will the Arctic sea ice extent in September 2013 be more or less than September 2012? Hoping for views and expectations from public and scientists alike. UPDATE: (06/09/12) Around 80% of the ~100 … Continue reading

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Visualising the role of natural variability

A new analysis by Clara Deser and colleagues (accepted for Nature Climate Change), provides some fantastic visualisations of the crucial role of natural variability in how we will experience climate.

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