Major scientific articles.
History of atmospheric carbon dioxide from 800,000 years ago until January, 2014.
High-precision field instruments in the US have provided the first real-time “action shots” of the increasing impact of CO2.
Once the current global warming “pause” comes to a close, there could be a period of even faster warming, say scientists, as heat stored in the ocean is released back into the atmosphere.
A very informative video by Kevin Cowtan explaining temperature adjustments and that they are not the cause of global warming.
A must see BBC Documentary that explains three key numbers that clarify the important questions on climate change.
Current Carbon Dioxide levels by NASA.
Maximum warming occurs about one decade after a carbon dioxide emission takes place.
In summary: that the warming since 1998 “is not significant” is completely irrelevant. This warming is real (in all global surface temperature data sets), and it is factually wrong to claim there has been no warming since 1998. There has been further warming despite the extreme cherry pick of 1998.
The acceleration of the rate of sea level rise over the past couple decades is even higher than scientists had thought, according to a new study that uses a novel method to estimate the global rise of the oceans.