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Is the Recent Greenland Temperature Increase Evidence of Man-Induced Global Warming?

The authors studied the characteristics of two century-long temperature records from coastal Greenland and find that almost all decades between 1915 and 1965 were warmer than, or at least as warm as, the 1995 to 2005 decade.

Arctic Warming: Is It as Real and CO2-Induced?

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This study shows that over most of the arctic, temperatures were warm in the 1930s, cooled to the 1970s then warmed, but are today slightly below that of the 1930s. It concludes that the Arctic temperature data do not support the models predicting that there will be a critical future warming of the climate because of an increased concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere.

Arctic Temperature Trends

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This CO2 Science article shows that Arctic temperatures have been variable, and in the recent past, the western Arctic Ocean was much warmer than it is today.

Media Hype on 'Melting' Antarctic Ignores Record Ice Growth

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The media reports alrming ice loss on 0.01% of Antarctica while ignoring the record sea ice growth around the continent. This article discusses recent alarmists reports and shows what many scientists have to say about Antarctic ice.

The Arctic Yet Again

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Veteran Climate Sceptic Dr. Vincent Gray takes the Arctic Impact Assessment project apart. "The greatest embarrassment of the computer-based climate modellers is that all the models, without exception, predict that temperatures should be rising more sharply at the poles than at the equator."

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