How Natural Oscillations Affect Arctic Climate & Predict Future Climate Change: Part 4

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Jim Steele

The degree that natural quasi-cycles, or oscillations, generate dramatic changes in the Arctic must be determined before scientists can blame rising CO2. Natural oscillations have highly significant effects on global and Arctic temperatures and suggest that by 2030 Arctic sea ice will be increasing.

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Jim Steele is Director emeritus of San Francisco State University’s Sierra Nevada Field Campus, authored Landscapes and Cycles: An Environmentalist’s Journey to Climate Skepticism, and proud member of the CO2 Coalition.

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via Watts Up With That?

November 6, 2021 at 08:49PM

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