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News Accounts and Analyses of the "Slowdown"

Environmental journalists have provided us with overviews and interpretations of scientific studies. They are important sources of understanding about issues such as global warming.


Did Global Warming Stop 1998, 1995, 2002, 2007, 2010?
Skeptical Science

Foster and Rahmstorf Measure the Global Warming Signal Skeptical Science

Fresh Analysis of the Pace of Warming and Sea Level Rise
Andrew C. Revkin, Dot Earth, NY Times, 9 May 2013

Global warming has not stopped
Ari Jokimäki, 19 August 2013

Global Warming Slowdown Data Sought in Leaked UN Climate Report
Alex Morales, Bloomberg News, 29 August 2013

Is global warming really slowing down?
By Chris Mooney, Grist, 2 September 2013

New Research Confirms Global Warming Has Accelerated
Skeptical Science

Oceans may explain slowdown in climate change: study

Alister Doyle, Reuters, 7 April 2013

The Pacific Ocean fills in another piece of the global warming puzzle
Dana Nuccitelli, Guardian, Tuesday 3 September 2013

A pause in global warming keeps the climate change debate in play
Cliff Pinckard, The Plain Dealer

Probing the Reasons Behind The Changing Pace of Warming
Fred Pearce, Yale 360, 8 April 2013

The Recent Pause in Global Warming
MET Office, U.K. (with links to three detailed reports)

Still No Support for Global Warming Slowdown
Kieran Mulvaney, Discovery News 29 July 2013

Study Ties Global Warming Hiatus to Pacific Cooldown
Andrew Freeman, Climate Central, 28 August 2013 

What has global warming done since 1998?
Skeptical Science

Why the Globe Hasn’t Warmed Much for the Past Decade
Climate Central, 27 March 2013

W[h]ither Global Warming? Has It Slowed Down?
David Appell, Yale Climate Media Forum, 7 May 2013

Worlds oceans are getting warmer, faster
Roz Pidcock, Carbon Brief, 25 March 2013

by Barnhill, David L. last modified Sep 13, 2013 11:19 PM
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