The Maldives’ Corals Seven Years after the 1998 Bleaching Event

Published July 31, 2014

How did they respond to the most devastating bleaching episode of modern times? Better than some predicted, suggesting that forecasts of their demise are likely highly exaggerated… Read More

Climate-Change-Induced Flooding (29 Jul 2014)
More frequent and more devastating floods are both (1) predicted for the future and (2) claimed to already be occurring by a host of climate alarmists, as a result of climate change that they claim is induced by anthropogenic CO2 emissions. But are these claims correct? Evidence to date suggests they are not… Read More

Pregnant Lizards Exposed to Rapid Environmental Warming (29 Jul 2014)
Do they just tough it out? … or do they do something about it? It’s the latter, as the present study finds pregnant females “are able to adjust their behavioral thermoregulation to different thermal environments in a short enough period of time to maintain an adequate body temperature for key physiological processes such as development and growth of their offspring”… Read More

Effects of Warming on False Springs Throughout the United States (29 Jul 2014)
Just what are false springs? … and how have they changed over the past century? Read on to discover another benefit of climate warming… Read More

Effects of Elevated CO2 and Warming on Arctic Calanoid Copepods (30 Jul 2014)
Another real-world experiment casts doubt on harmful predictions of ocean acidification… Read More

CMIP5 Simulations of the Indian Summer Monsoon (30 Jul 2014)
Even with all the improvements in understanding of climate physics of CMIP5 models, simulations of the Indian Summer Monsoon with coarse resolution climate models have become worse, with similar bias, but with higher uncertainties” So much for progress… Read More

The Response of Ecosystem Water Balance to Climate Warming (30 Jul 2014)
How great a hit does it take? … would you believe none? Read More