Bart Verheggen

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Climate inertia

Imagine you’re on a supertanker that needs to change its direction in order to avoid a collision. What would you do? Would you continue going full steam ahead until you can see the collision object right in front of you?…
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Antarctica: ice gain or loss?

Guest post by Dr. Jan Wuite, Enveo, Innsbruck A new study released by NASA scientist Jay Zwally and colleagues in the Journal of Glaciology, receiving wide coverage in the media last month, reports an 82 Gigatons per year increase of…
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A warm 2015 and model –data comparisons

Guest post by Jos Hagelaars. Dutch version is here. Discussions on the Internet regarding climate change are sometimes about scientific details, sometimes about the climate sensitivity regarding the equilibrium situation hundreds of years from now, but the most prevalent discussion…
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A warm 2015 and model –data comparisons

Guest post by Jos Hagelaars. Dutch version is here. Discussions on the Internet regarding climate change are sometimes about scientific details, sometimes about the climate sensitivity regarding the equilibrium situation hundreds of years from now, but the most prevalent discussion…
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Responses to the Climate Science Survey

Appeared in similar form on the PBL website In the Spring of 2012, the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency PBL held a survey among 1868 scientists studying various aspects of climate change, including physical climate, climate impacts, and mitigation. The main…
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Responses to the Climate Science Survey

Appeared in similar form on the PBL website In the Spring of 2012, the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency PBL held a survey among 1868 scientists studying various aspects of climate change, including physical climate, climate impacts, and mitigation. The main…
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ClimateDialogue on Climate Sensitivity

After a bit of a “hiatus”, ClimateDialogue (CD) has re-opened again with a discussion on climate sensitivity. On the one hand this site is unique in bringing together ‘mainstreamers’ and ‘contrarians’ (both in the organization and in the discussions), hopefully…
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Is Climate Science falsifiable?

Guest post by Hans Custers. Nederlandse versie hier. A very, ehhrmm… interesting piece on Variable Variability, Victor Venema’s blog: Interesting what the interesting Judith Curry finds interesting. And I don’t mean interesting in a rhetoric, suggestive way; I mean it…
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