Professor, Sr. Research, Oregon State University
Expertise: Paleoclimate, Paleoproductivity, Deep sea sediment, equatorial Pacific
Hypothesis handle: Mitch_Lyle
Qualifying publication(s): see criteria
Letter signed by “500 scientists” relies on inaccurate claims about climate science
in clintel.nl, by Guus Berkhou, Reynald du Berger, Terry Dunleavy, Viv Forbes, Jeffrey Fos, Morten Jodal, Rob Lemeire, Richard Lindzen, Ingemar Nordin, Jim O'Brien, Alberto Prestininzi, Benoit Rittaud, Fritz Vahrenholt, Christopher Monckton
— 04 Oct 2019
SUMMARY This letter presenting a short list of claims about climate change boasts a list of “500 scientists and professionals” who have co-signed it. The claims contrad...
Washington Post accurately describes ocean warming study (which has since been corrected)
in The Washington Post, by Chris Mooney, Brady Dennis
— 03 Nov 2018
"The Washington Post article accurately reports the results and links to other topics using reliable sources. Quotations from Pieter Tans and Paul Durack add important caveats show..
The Independent makes a giant leap in stating that modern global warming could be “worse than thought” based on a single study
in The Independent, by Andrew Griffin
— 01 Nov 2017
"The article reports on a paper which suggests there may be complications with ONE method we use to determine past ocean temperature. Notwithstanding possible flaws in the methods ..
Analysis of “Record-breaking climate change pushes world into ‘uncharted territory’”
in The Guardian, by Damian Carrington
— 22 Mar 2017
"The article clearly and concisely documents some of 2016's climate extremes and puts them in the context of the warming trend.
Analysis of “Why are climate-change models so flawed? Because climate science is so incomplete”
in The Boston Globe, by Jeff Jacoby
— 16 Mar 2017
"The facts given by the author regarding the skills of climate models and the state of the art are mostly wrong. The most important processes are not understood by the author and h..