Top climate blogs (and other useful climate sites)
- WattsUpWithThat.com ("WUWT") is the indispensible blog site of climatologist Anthony Watts, and the #1 climate blog on the Internet. He's a prominent "climate skeptic."
- RealClimate.org ("RC") is the top Climate Movement ("alarmist") blog.
- DailyClimate.org is a news-aggregator for climate-related articles.
- UK-based TheGWPF.org (the "Global Warming Policy Foundation") is led by Dr. Benny Peiser, and an all-star Academic Advisory Council.
- WoodForTrees.org is Paul Clark's excellent temperature data analysis site.
- ClimateData.info is also a useful resource, with many climate-related graphs & statistics.
- ClimateAudit.org is the blog site of Canadian mathematician Steve McIntyre, "the man who busted Mann's Hockey Stick."
- Australian Joanne Nova ("JoNova") is always always insightful.
- The Blackboard is Lucia Liljegren's excellent climate blog.
- WorldClimateReport.com is "The Web's Longest-Running Climate Change Blog." Its chief editor is climatologist Patrick J. Michaels.
- So is IceCap.us.
- So is Bishop Hill.
- Meteorologist Tom Wysmuller has an interesting speech and slide presentation entitled, "The Colder Side of Global Warming," which you can view on YouTube
(or here, starting at 46:20).
- IPCC.ch is the web site of the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ("IPCC"), the embattled flagship Climate Movement institution.
- tinyurl.com/rahmstuff has information about the so-called "Rahmstorf Method" of predicting accelerated sea-level rise.
- tinyurl.com/Clim97pct has what you need to know about the disingenuous claim that "97% of climate experts agree" about climate change and sea-level rise.
- The Minority Staff of the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works has released the definitive report on the UEA CRU's leaked "ClimateGate" emails: "'Consensus' Exposed: The CRU Controversy" (Feb. 23, 2010). It is 73 pages long, plus 10 pages of footnotes with hyperlinks.
- German Rudolf Kipp has analyzed (in German)
the results of the adjustments of the ESA and Colorado satellite sea level data. His conclusion:
"Even though the [satellite-measured] sea level rise rate has decreased over the years, the rate of sea level rise was kept more or less constant at above 3 mm/year by applying various adjustments."
(or google-translated to English)
- On the Left (gloves-off): most Climate Movement (alarmist) blogs are censored to limit dissent (Tamino, Yale Climate Forum, SeaMonster, etc.). However, I've found one which is not: Peter Sinclair's Climate Crocks.
- On the Right (gloves-off): Steve Goddard's Real Science blog provides a nice counterbalance to Climate Crocks.