August 14, 2005

Getting Hot In Here

Thanks to Steve Soto, it turns out that the data most often used to question global warming was flawed. Three new studies have found that, corrected for errors caused by finicky equipment, the warming trends seen on the surface of the earth are matched by warmer temperatures in the lower layer of the atmosphere.

Also, Eriposte notes that 2005 is already looking like another record low for arctic sea ice.

Posted by natasha at August 14, 2005 12:53 AM | Environment | Technorati links |