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- n. Plural form of palaeoclimatologist.
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If we are to be sceptical about the work of reputable and learned meterologists [sic] and palaeoclimatologists then we must be all the more so about the counter-claims of their armchair critics.
There are plenty of palaeoclimatologists who have archived little or no useful data, these are the people who should be chased, not those with a perfectly legitimate reason.
If Rob had refused to archive the data, then ask the editors to help extract it, but as says it will be archived it must be better to wait than antagonise him and discourage other palaeoclimatologists from interacting with CA.
Dendroclimatologists and palaeoclimatologists in general fully accept that nonlinearity exists.
Climatologists and palaeoclimatologists often take either the delta 2-H or delta 18-O signal as recorded in the ice as a measure of local temperature during precipitation.
The ice sheet that capped Kilimanjaro in 1912 was 85% smaller by 2007, and since 2000 the existing ice sheet has shrunk by 26%, the palaeoclimatologists said.
I didn’t mean to imply that there were too many desk top studies, rather too many desk top studies by ill informed palaeoclimatologists.