Tuesday, November 13, 2012
New paper finds the highest storm activity is associated with cold periods
A new paper published in Nature Geoscience examines climate change over the past 11,500 years and finds, contrary to the claims of climate alarmists, that the highest storm activity is associated with cold periods. According to the authors, "We find that high storm activity occurred periodically with a frequency of about 1,500 years, closely related to cold and windy periods." The paper adds to several others showing that global warming decreases storm activity and extreme weather.
Posted by MS at 12:09 PM