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MADISON - The recent warming trend in the Atlantic Ocean is largely due to reductions in airborne dust and volcanic emissions during the past 30 years, according to a new study.
More than two-thirds of this upward trend in recent decades can be attributed to changes in African dust storm and tropical volcano activity during that time, report Evan and his colleagues at UW-Madison and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in a new paper. Their findings will appear in an upcoming issue of the journal Science and publish online today (March 26)...
Originally posted by Long Lance
what happened to the vaunted consensus? two thirds attributed to dust takes a lot of wind out of AGW's sails, doesn't it?