posted on Sep, 30 2004 @ 09:23 PM
Models may underestimate climate swings
19:00 30 September 04
NewScientist.com news service
The climate may have varied much more wildly in the past than reconstructions from tree-rings and ice-cores suggest, say climate scientists who have
studied 1000 years of simulated data.
The findings by Hans von Storch from the GKSS Research Institute in Geesthacht, Germany and colleagues are provoking a heated dispute. While some
scientists argue that their methods are flawed, others warn that their results imply climate changes in the future could be more dramatic than
Could this be a more accurate assessment of the changes to come in our weather? Just look at the past five years and it seems like these changes are
Ask Floridians what they think.I can't wait to see what this winter brings.