Abstract

Energy budget constraints on climate response: Uncertainty or wrong theory? The ocean temperatures are not rising

Author(s): Albert Parker

During the decade 2003-2013, there has been no significant thermal expansion contribution to the accelerating sea level in perfect agreement with the lack of any acceleration experienced in the long termtide gauges. The rate of global warming has been negligible over the first decade where measurements of ocean temperatures have been properly collected within the ARGO project. Possibly a wrong theory and not uncertainty is responsible of the unbalanced energy budget experienced in the last decade, the first one where ocean temperatures have been properly measured.


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