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MUST SEE YOUTUBE: Bob Tisdale: The Impact of Manmade Global Warming on a Blizzard Called Nemo and on Hurricane Sandy
Friday, February 15th 2013, 2:04 PM EST
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This video is an examination and discussion of the sea surface temperature data associated with the recent blizzard called Nemo, and with hurricane Sandy. There's nothing unusual about those temperatures, and there's no evidence of manmade global warming in that data.

There is also a very brief discussion at the end of the video about the natural warming of satellite-era sea surface temperatures.


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Source Link: wattsupwiththat.com
MUST SEE YOUTUBE: Bob Tisdale: The Natural Warming of the Global Oceans
Wednesday, November 28th 2012, 6:49 PM EST
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The Natural Warming of the Global Oceans - pt1 - Published on Nov 15, 2012 by BobTisdale1



After a five minute introduction, this video is broken down into 3 sections:

1. An introduction to El Niño and La Niña
2. The long-term impacts of El Niño and La Niña on sea surface temperatures
3. An overview of impacts of El Niño and La Niña on Ocean Heat Content in the tropics.
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Reply to article: On Liu and Curry (2010) “Accelerated Warming of the Southern Ocean and Its Impacts on the Hydrological Cycle and Sea Ice” by Bob Tisdale
Friday, August 27th 2010, 6:39 PM EDT
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It's not often our "reply to article" section comes up with a retrospective reply to one of the main opposition, this time Al Gore has tried to put forward.......Climate deniers often cite the expanding sea ice in the Southern Ocean is evidence that the climate crisis is not occurring"....and then states that "It turns out the opposite is true in his articleAnother Climate Denial Myth Answered

The following article from Bob Tisdale seems to have many if not all the answers for Al Gore, lets hope either he or his friends are shown the error of their way!

On Liu and Curry (2010) “Accelerated Warming of the Southern Ocean and Its Impacts on the Hydrological Cycle and Sea Ice” by Bob Tisdale

The Liu and Curry (2010) paper has been the subject of a number of posts at Watts Up With That over the past few days. This post should complement Willis Eschenbach’s post Dr. Curry Warms the Southern Ocean, by providing a more detailed glimpse at the availability of source data used by Hadley Centre and NCDC in their SST datasets and by illustrating SST anomalies for the periods used by Liu and Curry. I’ve also extended the data beyond the cutoff year used by Liu and Curry to show the significant drop in SST anomalies since 1999.

Preliminary Note: I understand that Liu and Curry illustrated the principal component from an analysis of the SST data south of 40S, but there are two primary objectives of this post as noted above: to show how sparse the source data is and to show that SST anomalies for the studied area have declined significantly since 1999.
Source Link: bobtisdale.blogspot.com
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