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Observed climate change in West Virginia

Written by Robert Ferguson    
Monday, 12 May 2008

Annual temperature:
Over the course of the past 113 years, the time since statewide records have been compiled by the U.S. National Climatic Data Center, the statewide annual average temperature history of West Virginia exhibits no ...

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Global Warming and Cooling - The Reality


May 12, 2008
by Stephen Wilde

It’s all very well doing what alarmists do which is to say that Co2 is rising and temperatures are rising so in the absence of any other known cause it must be man made CO2 that is warming the planet. That approach ignores both the differing scale of the possible ...

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Polar Bear Update - Populations and Environments

Demographic and Ecological Perspectives on the Status of Polar Bears
Written by Dr. Mitchell Taylor and Dr. Martha Dowsley
March 2008 For the Full Report in PDF Form, please click here.
Dr. Taylor and Dr. Dowsley are not affiliated with SPPI]
[Illustrations, footnotes and references available in ...

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The Role Of Landscape Change On The Climate System

May 11, 2008
R.A. Pielke Sr. Research Group: Climate Science
Another Paper On The Role Of Landscape Change On The Climate System - Van der Molen et al.
The full report is below, in a pdf file.
The abstract reads

"Annual precipitation on the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico decreased steadily ...

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The Chaiten Volcano - Could it Be a Climate Factor?

The Chaiten Volcano -  Could it Be a Climate Factor?

May 8, 2008
By Joseph D’Aleo, CCM
ICECAP

The newsis reporting a relatively large and long lasting volcanic eruption in Chile. According to the AP, the Chaiten volcano spewed lava and blasted ash 20 miles (105,000 feet) into the sky on Tuesday the largest ruption to date since the volcano came ...

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Polar Bears and Global Warming

Polar Bears and Global Warming

May 10, 2008
Polar Bear Scare Could Maul Energy Production
By Nathan Burchfiel
Business & Media Institute
Global warming alarmists, news media portray arctic beasts as victims and spokesbears, but protecting their thriving population means greatly increased federal power to control our lives.
He’s ...

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