The potency of carbon dioxide (CO2) as a greenhouse gas

By Antero Ollila September 2014 Abstract According to this study the commonly applied radiative forcing (RF) value of 3.7 Wm-2 for CO2 concentration of 560 ppm includes water feedback. The same value without water feedback is 2.16 Wm-2 which is 41.6 % smaller. Spectral analyses show that the contribution of CO2 in the greenhouse (GH) phenomenon is about 11 % …

The climate change bubble

Bud Bromley July 5, 2016 Dr. Judith Curry takes down the AAAS in the post at this link to her website. The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) attempts a power play on climate change but instead shoots itself in the foot. This is an example of the Iron Law of Bureaucracy. https://judithcurry.com/2016/07/04/climate-power-play-by-the-aaas-et-al/ The management of ACS is …

Invalidity of EPA’s CO2 Endangerment Finding

On the Existence of a “Tropical Hot Spot” & The Validity of EPA’s CO2Endangerment Finding Abridged Research Report Second Edition Dr. James P. Wallace III, Dr. John R. Christy, Dr. Joseph S. D’Aleo April 20, 2017 Excerpted summary of this peer-reviewed science: “The analysis results invalidate EPA’s CO2 Endangerment Finding, including the climate models that EPA has claimed can be …

Univariate statistical analysis of environmental (compositional) data:Problems and possibilities

Peter Filzmoser, Karel Hron, Clemens Reimann Received 8 May 2009 Received in revised form 24 July 2009 Accepted 5 August 200 abstract For almost 30 years it has been known that compositional (closed) data have special geometrical properties.In environmental sciences, where the concentration of chemical elements in different sample materials isinvestigated, almost all datasets are compositional. In general, compositional data …

Chapter 2, The Ultimate, Animated Guide to the Climate Debate

Chapter 2: ‘Climate Science, A Time of Transition’ The Ultimate, Animated Guide to the Climate Debate (AKA Dante’s Climate Inferno) The world certainly was a difference place after World War 2. But just how important was this time in transforming the face of climate science? Why did these changes go hand-in-hand in allowing attempts to address humanitarian concerns worldwide? And …