Study Sheds New Insights into
Global Warming "Hiatus“
Temporary slowdown in global average
surface temperature warming observed
between 1998 and 2013 represented a
redistribution of energy within the Earth
system, new research shows.
This news article was issued by the NASA
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the University
of Delaware, and the American
Geophysical Union (AGU) as a press
release on 22 November 2016.
Gan et al. (2019)
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Professor Ross McKitrick from the University of Guelph in Canada studied land and ocean temperatures
He compared this to satellite data from 1979 to 2014. By plotting trends in this data, he has
concluded that global warming has been on pause for 19 years
A hiatus and greenhouse effect
Monthly variations of the areal averaged
atmospheric and surface greenhouse effect
parameter anomalies (Gaa and Gsa) from 1979
to 2014 for the (a) globe, (b) sea and (c) land.
Gaa and Gsa are represented by blue and red
lines, respectively. Thin and thick solid lines
indicate the monthly and 12-month moving
averaged series, respectively. Vertical, thick,
gray lines represent the break points of trends
using the break function regression (see
Methods). Green and yellow dashed lines refer
to linear trend lines before and after the break
points, respectively. The figure was plotted
using MATLAB software.
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גלובלית גם,בנפרד וליבשה לים גם.