A climate change dynamic by Erl Happ


A climate change dynamic

Guest post by Erl Happ

The presumption that ‘the science is settled’ is incorrect.

This post aims to give readers an understanding of the dynamics of the coupled circulation of the stratosphere and the troposphere at the poles that drives surface pressure, the temperature of the troposphere, cloud cover and surface temperature.

Data source: http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/psd/cgi-bin/data/timeseries/timeseries1.pl

Shifts in the atmosphere to and from Antarctica occur on daily and weekly time scales. These shifts have delivered a sixty year increase followed by a sixty year decline in atmospheric pressure. Witness the change between the decade starting 1948 and the decade starting 2001 shown in figure 1.

Figure 1 Change in sea level pressure according to latitude mb.


[More information on atmospheric interactions with the solar wind, and how that affects the weather and climate, well done and another game changer for the CAGW BS Team, a must read if you wish to understand how reality fits together, rather than the hyped BS from the IPCC agenda team]

Filed under: In other online forums,Natural Processes,Supporting Research — by Richard Holle @ 12:09 am on September 3, 2011


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