Or papers which examined what the effect of drastic global warming would be. The territory of Siberia extends eastwards from the Ural Mountains to the watershed between the Pacific and Arctic drainage basins. The surprising warmth was also felt in other parts of the Arctic like northern Canada and Scandinavia. “Oxford is a member of The Conversation and as such receives regular opportunities for researchers and academics across the University to contribute articles and to take part in hands-on training to enhance writing and engagement skills. Folks touting claims of temperature records are now wisely using the key word "possible". Try looking at what the winds were doing. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Verhojansk is more extreme, but the physical aspects are similar. the monkey will be out of the box. Although it’s great to have Lord Monckton on our side, I’m not a great fan of his style of writing and delivery. Light snow. °F. Photo: Ulrik Pedersen / NurPhoto / Getty Images. £32bn? My research interests are broad but can loosely be described as cryospheric processes and their interaction with the rest of the climate system. Cloudy. https://www.joseduarte.com/blog/cooking-stove-use-housing-associations-white-males-and-the-97#. In fact it is higher from just south of 60° N. Lat. Read about our approach to external linking. I’m not sure how this is a crisis. Two more are still on https://notrickszone.com/2020/06/27/greta-thunbergs-confusion-verhojansk-cooled-1930-1980-38c-in-siberia-1-week-long-in-1957/, Because the sub-solar point is far into the Northern Hemisphere during June, the day length is long. The ancient bear, unearthed by reindeer herders, has been hailed as a find of "great importance". The data clearly shows that the warming part of the cycle, which began around 1990, has now levelled off. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Satellites only came into use in the 1970’s, so I assume that is the start point for his data. The North Magnetic Pole has moved rapidly in recent years away from Canada towards Russia. ***https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-53191819/electric-plane-s-milestone-first-uk-test-flight-at-cranfield***. Hardly a sign of apocalypse. What did you do with the money, Jonathan? The average temperature in the region reached a record high in some area, EU data shows. colder than the globe. So what is wrong with the Arctic, and why does climate change here seem so much more severe compared to the rest of the world? Sibír', IPA: [sʲɪˈbʲirʲ] ()) is an extensive geographical region spanning much of Eurasia and Northern Asia.Siberia has been part of modern Russia since the latter half of the 16th century.. Prior to this summer, the last really hot day was in July 2011, when temperatures reached 34.1C. It’s known to many as the Nonversation, since despite the idea that it’s about having a conversation, there doesn’t seem to be much interest in hearing alternative points of view. I am a physicist who uses Earth Observation (EO) data, primarily from satellites but also airborne platforms, to study the cryosphere. All that heat has consequences. So, uh, how much recorded history do you have for that there remote town? Siberia, one of the world's coldest places in winter, just reached 100 degrees (F) this year before Dallas or Houston did. For instance, there would be papers which commented on how GHGs could be reduced. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Though the official temperature was "only" 74 below on Tuesday, some residents recorded temperatures as low as 88 below at their homes, the Siberian Times reported. I’m looking forward to the next video by Naomi and Lord Monkton. Scientists say Siberia and the Arctic are especially vulnerable to climate change and have recorded startlingly high temperatures and worsening forest blazes "It's a climate bomb," said Kuksin. It’s well know they introduced this policy, I’m sure Paul remembers! Região russa da Sibéria, localização geográfica, fauna e flora, geografia, clima, resumo, cidades, população, relevo e vegetação da Sibéria na Rússia Think 288 Kelvin. A freak heatwave has been scorching most of the Arctic for weeks now, but it broke records Saturday when the temperature hit 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit in a town in Siberia… Only 4 of these publications found their way into the 97% survey and 1 of those appears likely to have been mis-classified ! The most notable warmth was in the Siberian Arctic, where temperatures … A power plant manager is arrested after 20,000 tonnes of oil polluted an Arctic river. Bear in mind also that a count of published papers has as much to do with where research funding is directed as where the balance of opinion lies. Archaeologists looking at the Viking settlements in Greenland report that the permafrost layer just below the surface contains tree roots. Siberia’s recent heatwave, and high summer temperatures in previous years, ... Generally speaking, temperatures across the Arctic were broadly as high in the 1930s and 40s as they are now. and the others died in hospital, Russian media report. Light snow. It concludes: The Arctic has sometimes been described as the canary in the coal mine for climate breakdown. And get up earth.nullschool. His e mail is firstname.lastname@example.org so I will ask him. It is interesting (but not unique to Verhojansk) that since 1970 there has been an average increase of 5.1 degC/century but this was a repetition of an earlier 50-year period 1900-1949 when the average increase was 2.9 degC-century. https://briangunterblog.wordpress.com/2020/06/05/arctic-sub-arctic-temperature-trends-2/. It is surely premature for The Conversation to be rushing to publish articles such as this, when we don’t even know whether the data is correct. The average January low temperature of Novosibirsk, Siberia's largest city, is -4˚F (-20˚C), while the average July high is 78˚F (26˚C). Scientists are warning about the consequences of vast swathes of ground thawing in Siberia. All the mendacious alarmists have to do is ‘ambulance chase’ and give a completely misleading impression. In June, temperatures hit a record-breaking 38°C, and by September, blazes incinerated about 14 million hectares of tundra — an area the size of Greece. However, the article ignores some very inconvenient facts. Unfortunately, with the mainstream media in full ‘sensationalism rules’ mode, the truth just gets ignored. This will always produce occasional “Wow!” moments. Siberian sea temperatures are higher than usual because of this year’s extreme climate events. Economy and People of Siberia Siberia is rich in minerals and natural resources which led to its early development and makes up the majority of its economy today as agriculture is limited due to permafrost and a short growing season. This is the website for the 97% survey. Cheap At The Price, Says Harrabin! 2. There is no physical mechanism whereby increasing CO2 in the atmosphere can significantly change the climate. Generally speaking, temperatures across the Arctic were broadly as high in the 1930s and 40s as they are now. Iceberg off Greenland: higher temperatures lead to less ice - and vice versa. Mostly cloudy. Alleged temperature change over last generation is from 287.6K to 288K. An increase of 0.2C in more than a century is hardly a cause for panic. These temps, while a bit unusual, are certainly not unprecedented. If you want to understand some of the major flaws with the 97% survey, read this :- ***https://www.intelligent-energy.com/news-and-events/company-news/2019/09/18/zeroavia-announces-27m-uk-government-grant-for-the-development-of-zero-emission-aviation/***. At 16 sites, where quantitative estimates have been obtained, local HTM temperatures were on average 1.6±0.8 °C higher than now.”, Vorkuta is slightly further north of Verhojansk, https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EbE3VtIVAAEh9jp?format=jpg&name=small, And Fort Yukon is the same latitude as Verhojansk and was 100C in 1915. Passing clouds. From 1969 until 2019, the average global temperature has increased by almost 1 degree. See the chart here: insolation by Latitude. Temperatures in the small Siberian town of Verkhoyansk hit 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday, according to public-facing weather data. Another BBC electric plane plug, as usual slightly misleading. https://theconversation.com/siberia-heatwave-why-the-arctic-is-warming-so-much-faster-than-the-rest-of-the-world-141455. The Russian opposition figure had stayed at a hotel in Siberia before he fell ill on a flight. In between times, temperatures plunged in the 1960s and … It gives so much opportunity for ad hominem responses, deflection and straw man argumentation. Perhaps the Professor should spend next February in Verkhoyansk. Meteorologists believe that the increase in Siberia temperature is due to a twofold increase in the frequency of natural disasters in the region, such as drought, heavy rains, wind gusts, severe floods and low-water rivers, and other […] Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. This is the permanently frozen ground which has a thin surface layer that melts and refreezes each year. -60C should help too. Siberia, vast region of Russia and northern Kazakhstan, constituting all of northern Asia. As temperatures rise, the surface layer gets deeper and structures embedded in it start to fail as the ground beneath them expands and contracts. (Excuse missing images, WordPress erase old images to save on storage space), https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2013/07/12/watch-the-pea/. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holocene_climatic_optimum, “The Holocene Climate Optimum warm event consisted of increases of up to 4 °C near the North Pole (in one study, winter warming of 3 to 9 °C and summer of 2 to 6 °C in northern central Siberia), Out of 140 sites across the western Arctic, there is clear evidence for conditions warmer than now at 120 sites. From October 2019 to September 2020, the twelve months were the second warmest the Arctic has ever experienced since measurements began in 1990. FWIW, it takes just 3 days of temperatures 10 degrees above average for the month to push the monthly mean 1 deg above that average. Siberia, and most parts of Russia, has witnessed a huge rise in temperatures, heat waves and an early summer with temperatures reaching almost 35 … The article goes on in similar vein, talking about albedo, how the computer models forecast all of this and how it is all part of a longer term trend. The product has now been withdrawn from sale in Yakutia, a Siberia is a huge landmass with the most variable climate in the world and typically, some of the planet's coldest temperatures. The joke of it all is, given that the Climate Ideologs are so obsessed with greenhouse gases, is that the resultant product of burning hydrogen is water vapour, the MAIN greenhouse gas! New records are being set every year, and not just for maximum temperatures, but for melting ice and wildfires too. struggle to afford vodka and turn to dangerous domestic liquids instead. He wrote “The Uninhabitable Earth”. Perhaps reading this blog would calm her a little. 1. Did anyone hear the nice lady on ‘Thought For The Day’ this morning? The aim is still only for modest hops. https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2020/06/global-warming-is-melting-our-sense-of-time.html. In Vladivostok, on the coast of the Sea of Japan, in the southernmost part of Siberia (at 43 degrees north latitude), the average temperature ranges from -12.5 °C (9.5 °F) in January to 20 °C (68 °F) in August. Snow flurries. The average annual temperature in Siberia over the past 100 years has risen by 1.6 degrees. In the last video I couldn’t make out the list of scientific papers that were supposed to prove the 97% nonsense. As those roots wouldn’t have grown into permafrost it is proof that in those times that ground wasn’t frozen. If so, I’d like to know what response it generates. Temperatures are believed to have hit 38C (100F) in one Siberian town after a persistent heatwave. The warmest six years in global records dating back to 1850 have now all occurred since 2015. For a start, as I have already pointed out here, the new temperature record at Verhojansk is only 0.7C higher than the previous record set in 1988. A similar picture emerges when we look at average summer temperatures. vast region where the temperature drops below -20C in winter. Have you tried posting these comments at the Conversation? found at the scene. It’s not much inside the Arctic circle, at 67°33′N. All but Siberia is currently experiencing a record-breaking heatwave, with temperatures exceeding 38 degrees centigrade, the highest temperatures ever recorded north of the Arctic circle. See the forecast as a table or graph. Verhojansk is a “continential” location – not near a coast. However this ignores the cyclical nature of the Arctic climate. Its written by David Wallace Wells who is a US George Monbiot, only worse. 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Ireland’s Most Expensive Suicide Letter →, https://www.skepticalscience.com/tcp.php?t=search&s=&a=&c=&e=1&yf=&yt=, https://www.joseduarte.com/blog/cooking-stove-use-housing-associations-white-males-and-the-97#, https://briangunterblog.wordpress.com/2020/06/05/arctic-sub-arctic-temperature-trends-2/, A Ban On Gas Boilers Is Yet Another Pointless Eco-Catastrophe, Tesla Powerwall Price Has Risen By 36% Since 2017. Returning to this summer, it is worth noting that the claimed record of 38C on June 20th has not even been verified yet, and has actually been removed from the official GHCN database (presumably until it is proved to be genuine – it was, by the way, in the GHCN when I checked earlier this week): https://climexp.knmi.nl/data/xgdcnRSM00024266.dat. Snow Could Become A Thing Of The Past–Now Where Did I Hear That Before? The Conversation has now got involved in the Arctic heatwave scare, with this article by Jonathan Bamber, Professor of Physical Geography, University of Bristol : On the eve of the summer solstice, something very worrying happened in the Arctic Circle. Unfortunately people get the impression that if the mean was 1 deg above average then every day was 1 degree above average. However it is probably more practical than a battery, at least the oxygen comes from the atmosphere. I am appalled that “Jonathan Bamber, Professor of Physical Geography, University of Bristol” would not know such stuff. Not to be outdone, New York magazine has weighed in on this devastating news…. There was hot weather there in the 19th century, here is an extract from Hubert Lamb, “Climate History and the Modern World” (which is available as a free pdf): When one looks at Charctic Interactive Sea Ice graph, one notes nothing unusual. A glimpse behind the scenes of the challenges in reporting from the remote Yakutia region of Siberia. The summers of 2010 and 2011 were also unusually hot, but since then summers have been no hotter than some in the early 20thC: https://data.giss.nasa.gov/tmp/gistemp/STATIONS/tmp_RSM00024266_15_0_1/station.txt. Its just a fuel cell connected to an electric motor, why do they need £2.7 million. The likelihood is that the Arctic will get much colder when the AMO turns negative again. Siberia extends from the Ural Mountains in the west to the Pacific Ocean in the east and southward from the Arctic Ocean to the hills of north-central Kazakhstan and the borders of Mongolia and China. I know that back in 1975 the maximum temperature that had ever been recorded in Verkhoyansk was 36.7° So this has broken a record by about a degree. Out of curiosity, I tried doing a search on the author, Richard Lindzen. methanol. It may or may not be a record for inside the imaginary map line of the Arctic Circle, but it is nowhere near a record for Siberia. In a town where summer is about 60°C warmer than winter. It would seem that you can’t just download a list of papers. Temperature data at Verhojansk are available since 1885 and show a typical, cyclical trend over that period. The product has now been withdrawn from sale in Yakutia, a vast region where the temperature drops below -20C in winter. Well it’s singing pretty loudly right now and it will get louder and louder in years to come. The worst such case in recent years was in Irkutsk, Siberia, https://climexp.knmi.nl/gdcntmax.cgi?id=someone@somewhere&WMO=RSM00024266&STATION=VERHOJANSK&extraargs=. ‘milestone’ – first flight in UK, not elsewhere. No Lizzie, Summer Rainfall Is Not Getting More Extreme, Peter Ridd: It’s the science that’s rotten, not the Great Barrier Reef. https://www.skepticalscience.com/tcp.php?t=search&s=&a=&c=&e=1&yf=&yt=. The article is the usual rubbish, just making the usual sweeping generalisations with few facts. Seven people have died in eastern Siberia after drinking There are a few examples here. He claims it is 18° above average but what us the SD for the average maximum? In summer (JJA) figure is 1.1 while the mid-winter (DJF) trend is 3.1 degC/century. Why it’s so damn hot in the Arctic right now. Amid wildfires and sweltering Siberia, 2020 emerges as one of three hottest years on record, says UN The 2020 provisional State of the Global Climate report also found temperature averages across the last five years, and across the last 10-year period to be 'the warmest on record' Chance to grow more food? Light snow. Todays weather forecast, by the hour and long term. Temperature: 13 °F: 12 °F: 11 °F: 3 °F-5 °F-9 °F-8 °F: Light snow. ’emission free’ – the manufacture of the plane and hydrogen obviously isn’t. (Weather station: Bratsk / Irkutsk, Russia). The exhibition in March 2021 will showcase a FabergÃ© egg at York's National Railway Museum. The 20th century average for the US 48 states is five degrees Fahrenheit. The thermometer hit a likely record of 38C in the Russian Arctic town of Verkhoyansk on Saturday, a temperature that would be a fever for a person — but this is Siberia, known for being frozen. ‘For the first time in recorded history, temperatures reached 38°C (101°F) in a remote Siberian town’. ', Video caption: 'If President Putin can't help me, who can?'. It would give him the opportunity to cool his heels. 9 Ways to Tell the Difference. hand sanitiser which was 69% methanol. That’s because air temperatures across the Arctic have been increasing at a rate that is about twice the global average. Climate(s) – note the plural – are established by these sorts of geographic characteristics. He is one of the most prominent climate sceptics in the world, with over 200 publications to his name. There is always somewhere on the earth that is experiencing a heatwave. This situation must be occurring quite frequently these days . Bamber also claims that air temperatures across the Arctic have been increasing at a rate that is about twice the global average. Many writers for publications such as this post quotes are clueless regarding how Earth works. https://theconversation.com/climate-change-deniers-are-dangerous-they-dont-deserve-a-place-on-our-site-123164, https://theconversation.com/uk/partners/isrf. ***https://www.flyer.co.uk/zeroavia-makes-first-uk-flight-with-electric-malibu/***. Mostly cloudy. Energy density of hydrogen is lower than petrol, unless its highly compressed (150 bar) and then the fuel tank is heavy. Why would a professor not know that? It’s a strange world of double standards isn’t it! Now, ... temperatures across Siberia have been way above normal due to a persistent ridge of high pressure … A woman in the group died at home in the village of Tomtor, Looking at the Arctic from a wider perspective, we should also recognise that this new “record” replaces the previous one in Alaska of 37.8C, which was set in 1915! But it is merely a change in mixing. The Conversation has close links with academia in multiple countries and seems to be a hub/club for coordinating/controlling. Siberia 14 Day Extended Forecast. Light snow. Siberia’s recent heatwave, and high summer temperatures in previous years, have been accelerating the melting of Arctic permafrost. Russian prosecutors order checks at sensitive installations built on permafrost after a huge oil spill. These values are similar to other stations in Siberia. Dmitry Fyodorov was an aspiring drummer, but he was accused of selling drugs and then found dead. If confirmed, the temperature … Reports say its methanol content had not been clearly labelled. So much for this survey being representative of scientific opinion. A Siberian town with the world's widest temperature range has recorded a new high amid a heat wave that is contributing to severe forest fires. In between times, temperatures plunged in the 1960s and 70s, the time when Arctic sea ice also expanded massively: This cycle is intimately tied in with the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (AMO). Maybe those winds are recorded or maybe you’ll need to find the synoptic charts of sea level air pressure and look at the Lows and Highs. where 62 people died in 2016 after drinking bath lotion which contained Russian prison officials say a guard was attacked but rights groups say inmates were being mistreated. Just two days of high temperatures? Supposing one of Bamber’s students, as part of a dissertation or essay, did the same literature search, as above, and found the facts contradicting or at least questioning their professor’s very public statement. One of the things I picked up right at the start is that the overwhelming majority of papers used offered no views on global warming at all. I can guarantee that within a few months/years there will be a pool of near record/record cold air sitting in more or less the same place and being blamed for an incoming Beast from the East. The money your mother gave you for your education! And who is paying at least a £2.7M contribution for this pointless thing – we are. What temperatures actually feel ... there are many indoor activities for kids now ... Bolot Bochkarev has been leading tours through his part of northeast Siberia for several years now. The blocking high-pressure ridge responsible for record heat in Siberia on June 20-21, 2020. it was 100 degrees on June 27, 1915, in Fort Yukon, Alaska, where temperature records date back to 1904.” This is what is partly to blame for the catastrophic oil spill that occurred in Siberia in June 2020, when a fuel reservoir collapsed and released more than 21,000 tonnes of fuel – the largest ever spill in the Arctic. Icon: enlarge. Dear Professor Bamber: If it is true that the Arctic is warming so much faster than the rest of the world then the Northern hemisphere values when added to those for the Southern hemisphere and divided by two should result in the global average…currently 14.83°C. See more current weather. Ben Pile on The Cosy Compact of Govt, Business & Civil Society. Average temperature: Average daily (24h) temperature per month. Sergei Torop, who has thousands of followers, is arrested over causing harm to them and money extortion. Verkhoyansk holds the record for both the hottest and the coldest temperatures ever recorded above the Arctic circle, with 38.0 °C (100.4 °F) and −67.8 °C (−90.0 °F) respectively – Wikipedia, Verkhoyansk page. Jet streams displaced towards the Equator are now the ‘new normal,’ as predicted by Piers Corbyn and others. Such places are “air mass source regions.” We live in central Washington State and experience high summer temperatures and cold winters. Global warming? This one is hydrogen fueled so marginally less impractical than the battery one featured before. They are long, bendy, and ‘wild.’ They steer, meridionally, hot and cold air masses. Reports say its methanol content had not been clearly labelled. Solar insolation is therefore high. People lived there for over 400 years until the climate got too cold to survive. Hourly. But I have also emailed the Editor, asking if he would print a reply. Thanks Paul and David. This analysis alone suggests that there is no longer term trend to more frequent and intense heatwaves there. It’s declining towards four million square kilometres as usual for third week in September . Siberia’s recent heat wave has reached a new high—100.4°F, to be exact, pending verification from the World Meteorological Organization. Light snow. They don’t. The warmest summer at Verhojansk was as long ago as 1917! Mostly cloudy. Average January temperatures in … https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2015/10/29/cooks-97-scam-debunked/. She was upset that we are supposed to be heading for a 4 deg rise very soon! Be prepared for the day. On June 20, a remote Siberian town called Verkhoyansk logged a temperature of 38° Celsius (100.4° Fahrenheit), likely setting a new high-temperature record for the Arctic Circle (SN: 6/23/20). The irony will of course be lost on them in part because the IPCC refuse to go any where near Water Vapour claiming weakly that it is impossible to quantify the amount i the atmosphere and also its variation because if they do…. What should they do: expose the faults in the Dept head’s post , and get a F for their paper and goodbye to all hopes of at least a 2.1, or scout around for something , anything that justifies the prof’s post and ignore anything contradictory? Mostly cloudy. How does one counter all this increasingly shrill climate change doom and gloom? Temperatures average well below freezing throughout the winter and well into April. The Russian opposition activist fell ill in Siberia, with his supporters saying he was poisoned. I can’t find who those ‘philanthropists’ are but we can guess, the usual bunch with deeply troubling motives/ideas – like Soros, Bloomberg, Steyer, Rockefeller, Grantham etc. Research summary Bound to happen, as we recover from the Little Ice Age. ventilators in intensive care. net and dot around the Arctic, nothing frightening. For the first time in recorded history, temperatures reached 38°C (101°F) in a remote Siberian town – 18°C warmer than the maximum daily average for June in this part of the world, and the all-time temperature record for the region. “what money?” The average temperature in the region reaches -25 degrees C during January making the people accustomed to the severe cold weather. A five-litre canister which contained the antiseptic was The heatwave would have been almost impossible without human-caused climate change, a study says. Analysis shows that extremely hot days are not uncommon at Verhojansk, with notable heatwaves occurring in 1988 and 2010. 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