- From paleo- + climate. (Wiktionary)
“The IPCC has an extensive discussion [pdf] about so-called paleoclimate and in fact uses the climate record to test current climate models.”
“Even if we are going to have global warming, the paleoclimate record shows that with higher temperatures the growing season is longer, the north African Sahara desert turns into a well watered place of several million square km.”
“Last week the industrious Steve McIntyre got hold of some paleoclimate data that has been used when trying to reconstruct the earth's temperature history.”
“Hence paleoclimate says more extreme claims about sensitivity must be wrong.”
“Hence paleoclimate says that the more extreme claims about sensitivity (especially those claiming very low levels) must be wrong.”
“Hansen lists climate models third in his sources of understanding of climate change, after (1) paleoclimate and (2) observations of changes in the present and recent past.”
“An obvious thing to do is to try it out on different periods of paleoclimate.”
“We can be very confident that the climate is changing due to anthropogenic carbon emissions (observational studies, paleoclimate analysis and climate models all agree on this).”
“People make extravagant claims -- "As certain as gravity," says Al Gore -- about a branch of science, paleoclimatology, that is only 25 years old (the first textbook on paleoclimate came out in 1980).”
“It's clear from the paleoclimate record that the scale of the human perturbation of the carbon cycle is significant.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘paleoclimate’.
At first, this was a list for things found in Dinosaurs: A Concise Natural History by David E. Fastovsky. But now it's degenerated a bit to contain anything dinosaur or fossil related.
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