Already outdated, but here it is...
When Karl et al. published a paper in 2015 suggesting that the previous incarnation of the NOAA sea surface temperature (SST) reconstruction was actually underestimating the scale of global ocean temperature rise, it somewhat predictably caused a lot of controversy. The chair of the US House of Representatives Science and Technology Committee started an investigation … Continue reading Pause for thought
Trusel et al. use RACMO2 to project ice shelf melt rates across Antarctica.
Clue: it ain't good.