Tom Wigley is a respected Australian climate scientist and meteorologist, born on October 31, 1940. His significant contributions to the understanding of climate change and global warming have made him a prominent figure in climate science.
Wigley has played a key role in climate modeling, contributing to our understanding of the impact of human activities on the Earth's climate. His research has been influential in shaping discussions on climate policy and environmental stewardship.
Tom Wigley's dedication to advancing climate science has made him a leading voice in the scientific community's efforts to address the challenges of climate change.
Climate ChangeIf you look at the attached plot you will see that the land also shows the 1940s blip (as I'm sure you know). So, if we could reduce the ocean blip by, say, 0.15 degC, then this would be significant for the global mean—but we'd still have to explain the land blip.
Climate ChangeIf you think that [Yale professor James] Saiers is in the greenhouse sceptics camp, then, if we can find documentary evidence of this, we could go through official AGU channels to get him ousted.
Three scenarios for post-Kyoto emissions reductions indicate that ... the long-term consequences are small... The influence of the Protocol would, furthermore, be undetectable for many decades.