Category Archives: Science

Deducing Climate Sensitivity from Decadal Temperature Data

Note: This post is superseded by the following post ! The transient climate sensitivity (TCR) is the observed average warming of the earth following a doubling of atmospheric CO2 concentration. Effectively this means the observed average temperature when CO2 levels … Continue reading

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Power generation Summer 2023

Most of this summer saw variable weather and short spells of windy conditions across the UK, followed by a very hot spell at the beginning of September with little to no wind. The consequent sudden changes in wind power output … Continue reading

Posted in Energy, nuclear, renewables, wind farms | 18 Comments

July 2023 global temperature anomaly was 1.20C

July’s global temperature anomaly of 1.20C was the third  highest temperatures in the series since February 2016 (1.26C) and  March 2016 (1.23C). A strong El Nino has developed similar to that in 2016 The average annual temperature for 2023 can … Continue reading

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