Time Series Analysis and Climate Change

Time Series Analysis and Climate Change is a new book comprising scientific papers by Dr. Craig Loehle (NCASI) and several co-authors. The papers examine natural variation in climate records from satellites, ground stations, ocean buoys, and various indirect sources such as tree rings and ice cores. Problems that arise when constructing long climate records are evaluated. It is shown that natural temperature patterns can be detected and modeled at time scales ranging from decades to millennia. After accounting for natural patterns, the residual rate of climate warming since 1950 is substantially less than predicted by many climate models.

This book was published by Lambert Academic Publishing and is available from amazon.com.

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