Saturday, January 20, 2007


Sea surface temperatures the untold story

In the southern hemisphere we have been experienicing lower then usual SST.As we noted here
there are a number of anomalies in the hypothesis that agw will increase temperatures ,and is seen in SST,The lack of increase in sst is always ezplained by thermal inertia and this takes time.Interesting questions arise in energy dissipation rates that see levels plummet in times of LOW Solar activity.

The trend in sst is reflected in correlation of solar cycles,that dispel the dance of the model makers.

2 Comments:

Blogger sagenz said...

What is the source of that data. If it can be shown to be valid it would be a little bit more convincing than the mann hockey stick diagram

11:29 AM  
Blogger maksimovich said...

Sorry, part of the the body and references edited on posting as in a hurry.

Part of a presentation an review on soalr terrestrial coupling at the Second European Space Weather Week: SWW-II | 15. November 2005

The graph is from Reid Nature 1987.
There is similar correlation in White et al, JGR, 1997. and updates.

We see similar degradAtion in NZ water temps since 2002 sloping down in conjunction with less TSI.

view real time sst here.
http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sst_anom.gif

11:05 PM  

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