Climate sceptics have their head in the sand, says the Met Office

September 22, 2008 at 2:21 pm | Posted in Climate change, Environment, Global warming | Leave a comment
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The Met Office

Global average temperature anomaly from 1975-2007, relative to the 1961-1990 average. The black line shows the annual figure. The red line shows the trend over the full 23 years. The blue lines show the varying rate of the trend over 10 year periods. Source: The Met Office

An apparent cooling trend is exaggerated by a record high temperature in 1998 caused by El Niño, experts say

~ David Adam, environment correspondent
guardian.co.uk, Monday September 22 2008 17:40 BST

See David Adam’s article in this evening’s Guardian Environment Climate change section:

Climate sceptics have their head in the sand, says the Met Office

Ostrich approach to climate change
(Old cartoon from Private Eye …)

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