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Science of climate

Regular Forum Physical theory for climate
All technical discussion of physical science, whether good or bad, used to explain or predict aspects of climate. This can include technical critique of proposed theories, tutorial introductions to underlying basic physical principles, and applications to examples or problems.
The giant space ship example Jan 19 2012, 12:58 PM, By Chris Ho-Stuart
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Regular Forum Empirical measurement of climate
Here be all technical discussion of measurement of any empirical data bearing directly upon climate, past or present. This includes direct measurement of temperature, precipitation, etc, and the calculation of averaged data of any kind, such as measurement of global or regional trends, cycles, variations, or averages. It includes discussion of indirect inference of data for the past, based on the data available now, such as ice cores or any other proxies.
Stall inTemperature Rise Nears 15 Years Apr 1 2012, 11:54 AM, By Sean McHugh
Topics: 2 Replies: 2