Temperature Record of the Week
This issue's Temperature Record of the week is from Brodhead, WI. Visit our U.S. Climate Data section to plot and view these data for yourself.
The Importance of Caveats in Scientific Studies: They can reduce the significance of an experimental finding to little more than a grain of salt, as shown in the case of a paper recently published in Science.
Subject Index Summaries
Health Effects (Temperature - Hot vs. Cold: Asia): Would global warming have positive or negative consequences - or possibly none at all - for the health of the people of Asia?
Mammals: How are they affected by the "twin evils" of the radical environmentalist movement, i.e., rising air temperatures and CO2 concentrations?
Five Decades of Dust Storms in China: How have they varied, and what should we expect for the future?
Give Peace a Chance: Turn Up the Heat!: Which has been more closely linked to wars and societal unrest in China over the past thousand years: warm temperatures or cold temperatures?
China's Net Primary Productivity: 1982 to 1999: How far did it fall in response to concomitant increases in the air's CO2 concentration and temperature, which climate alarmists describe as unprecedented over the past two millennia in the case of temperature and much, much longer in the case of CO2?
Soil Carbon Contents of England and Wales: How have they changed over the past quarter century?
Historical Changes in the Water-Use Efficiencies of Tropical Trees: How have they responded to the anthropogenic CO2 emissions of the Industrial Revolution?