Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Paper shows Greenland temperatures were higher in the 1930's and 1700's

A paper published last month in the journal Climate of the Past illustrates three different temperature reconstructions of southwest Greenland, which show temperatures were higher than the present in the 1930's, 1940's, 1700's, and multiple other times over the past 700 years when CO2 levels were extremely safe.
SW Greenland temperature reconstruction 1245-1970 in top graph
SW Greenland temperature reconstruction 1908-2005 in top graph
SW Greenland summer temperature reconstruction 1784-2005 in top graph

1 comment:

  1. " ...when CO2 levels were extremely safe"
    What the!!

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