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Default Dynamics of decadal climate variability and implications for itsprediction

Mojib Latif(1), Thomas L. Delworth(2), Dietmar Dommenget(1), Helge
Drange(3), Wilco Hazeleger(4), James W.Hurrell(5), Noel S. Keenlyside
(1), Gerald A. Meehl(5), and Rowan T. Sutton(6

https://abstracts.congrex.com/script...-1-cwp3b04.pdf

"Abstract -

The temperature record of the last 150 years is
characterized by a long-term warming trend, with strong
multidecadal variability superimposed..."

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On Jan 24, 1:30*pm, Meteorologist wrote:
Mojib Latif(1), Thomas L. Delworth(2), Dietmar Dommenget(1), Helge
Drange(3), Wilco Hazeleger(4), James W.Hurrell(5), Noel S. Keenlyside
(1), Gerald A. Meehl(5), and Rowan T. Sutton(6

https://abstracts.congrex.com/script.../FCXNL-09A02a-...


Where and when was this tutorial published?

"Abstract -

The temperature record of the last 150 years is
characterized by a long-term warming trend, with strong
multidecadal variability superimposed..."


Which is why one needs to look at three decades
or more of data to intelligently discuss that long
term warming trend, known as global warming.

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Roger Coppock wrote:
On Jan 24, 1:30 pm, Meteorologist wrote:
Mojib Latif(1), Thomas L. Delworth(2), Dietmar Dommenget(1), Helge
Drange(3), Wilco Hazeleger(4), James W.Hurrell(5), Noel S. Keenlyside
(1), Gerald A. Meehl(5), and Rowan T. Sutton(6

https://abstracts.congrex.com/script.../FCXNL-09A02a-...


Where and when was this tutorial published?
"Abstract -

The temperature record of the last 150 years is
characterized by a long-term warming trend, with strong
multidecadal variability superimposed..."


Which is why one needs to look at three decades
or more of data to intelligently discuss that long
term warming trend, known as global warming.


150 years is recovery from the LIA, not carbon dioxide!

R
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On Jan 24, 4:30*pm, Doofus Carl Crunchystain
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Doofus Carl Crunchystain, who has no experience in meteorology, rides
his hobbyhorse. What a doofus!
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"Roger Coppock" wrote in message
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On Jan 24, 1:30 pm, Meteorologist wrote:
Mojib Latif(1), Thomas L. Delworth(2), Dietmar Dommenget(1), Helge
Drange(3), Wilco Hazeleger(4), James W.Hurrell(5), Noel S. Keenlyside
(1), Gerald A. Meehl(5), and Rowan T. Sutton(6

https://abstracts.congrex.com/script.../FCXNL-09A02a-...


Where and when was this tutorial published?


In Proceedings of the "OceanObs'09: Sustained Ocean Observations and
Information for Society" Conference (Vol. 2), Venice, Italy, 21-25 September
2009. Hall, J., Harrison D.E. and Stammer, D., Eds., ESA Publication
WPP-306, 2010.





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