Articles Tagged: Sherwood Idso

Prominent Global Warming Skeptic Honored with Frederick Seitz Memorial Award

Dr. Sherwood B. Idso – the world’s leading authority on the effects of carbon dioxide on plants – will receive special recognition at an international conference on global warming taking place July 7–9 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Idso is the first recipient of the Frederick Seitz Memorial Award, an annual award established by former […]

Reconstructing Climatic and Environmental Changes of the Past 1000 Years: A Reappraisal

The 1000-year climatic and environmental history of the Earth contained in various proxy records is examined. As indicators, the proxies duly represent or record aspects of local climate. Questions on the relevance and validity of the locality paradigm for climatological research become sharper as studies of climatic changes on timescales of 50–100 years or longer […]

Calculating the Climatic Impacts of Increased CO2: The Issue of Model Validation

Some Difficulties in Simulating Climate Variables Temperature (Surface, Troposphere and Stratosphere) Precipitation Clouds Expected Outcomes of CO2 Forcing The range of modeled global warmings for CO2 doubling Non-robustness of predicted changes for North Atlantic thermohaline circulation Comments Good morning! My name is Willie Soon.  Before I start, let me first acknowledge that this presentation is […]

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