Articles tagged with: Glaciers
Washington Post article accurately describes latest estimate of accelerating Antarctic ice loss
in The Washington Post, by Chris Mooney
— 15 Jun 2018
"The article presents the results of the study accurately, and uses multiple comments from scientists both involved and not-involved in the study to highlight the key findings. Som..
New York Times effectively informs readers about large Larsen C iceberg calving event
in The New York Times, by Jugal K. Patel and Justin Gillis
— 17 Jan 2018
"The article handles a complex topic well. It would be easy to be alarmist with this subject matter, and while its lede edges that way, the main content of the article is very bala..
New York Times series accurately describes research on Antarctic ice sheets and sea level rise, but highlights uncertain studies
in The New York Times, by Justin Gillis
— 23 May 2017
"Generally scientifically sound, but caution should be displayed before basing discussion solely on a single modeling study, especially when it incorporates fundamentally different..
Analysis of “Wake up, Obama, climate change has been happening forever”
in New York Post, by Betsy McCaughey
— 10 Sep 2015
"the evidence of accelerating glacier melt and retreat in response to manmade warming is crystal clear. Any other conclusion is willfully ignoring the data, the facts, and the conc..
Data from glaciers around the world show most are shrinking as a consequence of global warming
90 percent of the world’s glaciers are growing.
SOURCE: IceAgeNow, Principia Scientific International
Published: 26 Feb 2020
Blaze article badly misrepresents study of Greenland’s Jakobshavn Glacier
[O]ne of the previously fastest shrinking glaciers in the world is growing again, calling into question the narrative that rapid climate change [...] poses a significant threat to the existence of the human race
SOURCE: Chris Enloe, The Blaze
Published: 29 Mar 2019