July 25, 2009
Filed under Uncategorized
Tags: Argo, carbon dioxide, climate, climate change, cold, cool, cooling trend, Dr David Evans, global cooling, Global Freeze, global freezing, global warming, Land thermometers, Ocean temperatures, Penny Wong, Senator Steve Fielding, temepratures, temperature, weather
July 23, 2009
Senator Steve Fielding recently asked the [Australian] Climate Change Minister Penny Wong why human emissions can be blamed for global warming, given that air temperatures peaked in 1998 and began a cooling trend in 2002, while carbon dioxide levels have risen five per cent since 1998. I was one of the four independent scientists Fielding chose to accompany him to visit the Minister.
July 22, 2009
Filed under Canada
Tags: below average temperatures, Blue Water Bridge, brrr, Canada, Canatara Beach, chilly, climate, climate change, cold, cold record, cool, cooler temperatures, elusive summer, Environment Canada, frigid waters, global cooling, Global Freeze, global freezing, global warming, Grand Bend, Lake Huron, record cold, record low, Sarnia-Lambton, St. Clair River, summer, summer slump, temepratures, temperatures, unusual cold, unusually cold, weather
The Observer, July 21, 2009
This summer’s wacky weather is keeping residents out of the area’s frigid waters.
“There’s hardly anyone here, most days,” said Michael Raiger, a lifeguard at Canatara Beach. “People just aren’t going in the water; and if they do, they’re not in there for long.”
Environment Canada pegged southern Lake Huron at a cool, 64 degrees, Tuesday. This time last year, the temperature was nearly 72 degrees.