Monday, June 22, 2009

Here Comes El Nino

Further to my Sunday morning post:
Don't quote me on this, but I believe the broader El Nino effects occur about six months after it kicks in on the regional level, so we Canucks should start seeing them in 2010.


Anonymous said...

ya, we are going to get some el nino, but this is part of the much larger general cooling of the oceans - the graphs are Sea Surface Temps, that opens the discussion as to whether temperature or heat is the best measure of what is happening.

The Argo project has revealed some dramatic deep ocean cooling - very unpredicted by the general AGW theory.

Ti-Guy said...

At least code your links, Fred, to make it easier to dally on over to WhatsUpWithTwatt.

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