Tag Archives: Rain

Measure of a Mukluk

How is a boot a measure of time and metrology for meteorology? Continue reading

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California Extreme Super Flood

California is about to get a load of rain, probably even some flooding. Just don’t you dare call it “extreme” or “unprecedented” unless it measures up the The Great Flood of 1861-1862. Continue reading

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Graphical Perceptions

Graphs can be interesting tools for visualization, but don’t forget that most of that visualization happens inside the mind and that you “add things” to the data when looking at a graph. Mississippi flow vs Solar AA geomagnetic index is one example. Warm Periods and cold spikes in GISP cores is another. Continue reading

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Doubting Oxygen Isotopes

How reliable are Oxygen O16 / O18 ratios as a thermometer? Are there any obvious issues? Continue reading

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Crawler News Bites

News of Financial Crisis continues as floods pop up all over the Southern Hemisphere and the Northern Hemisphere gets snowy in Europe. Continue reading

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