Here are some important and not so important links, you get to decide the value:

Link to my paper written in 2006 on the potential for a return of a Dalton like Minimum — TR0612-8: Cooler Temps — Dalton Minimum Returns: dalton_minimum

My starter blog NC Media Watch – mixture of local politics and global warming:

Rebane’s Ruminations where I will be guest posting on local political issues from time to time:

The Dalton Minimum Returns is the inspiration for this blog – lots of thought-provoking material or solar activity:

Anthony Watt’s blog Watts Up With That the most read science blog on the internet and will be used as a resource on this blog, especially the Reference Pages:

Long Range Weather by Harris-Mann Climatology – Interactive data base of climate hstory, with a full page of Climate Change article links:

Information on David Archibald with links to his papers on Solar Cycles, including his book The Past and Future of Climate: – space based news and videos, reports on NASA activities

Space Weather – sunspot details, news and information on the sun-earth relationship:

 Climate 4 You – A rich set of climate graphics that will be used on this blog:

Global Warming Science – A data driven scientific evaluation of climate data and studies:

 Earth Quake Report– Combines Earth Quake data with information on human impact:

Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog– Dedicated to volcano and earthquake events in Iceland:

Emergency Essentials California Be Prepared Page. Here is the link:

  • Earthquakes
  • Flooding
  • Sever Storms
  • Tsunamis
  • Wild Fires
  • General Preparedness
  • Emergency Management Offices

5 thoughts on “Links

  1. Sharon Calladine October 8, 2015 / 4:19 pm

    great reading ive the same understanding as most the bloggers our sun is the main player if you study the tears 2008 2009 2010 they were the weakest solar active and least sunspot years since the little iceage and Dalton minimum and the uk suffered 2 very cold snowy winters on the trot also the coldest summer ever recorded and wettest the year without a summer 2012 followed by 2013 the coldest snowiest march and spring ever recorded December 2010 was the coldest December ever recorded in the uk this summer 2015 was so close to beating 2012 for the coldest summer ever recorded we had the most cold eve ever recorded in a summer during 2015 summer our next solar cycle 25 will be a less active solar cycle with less sunspots this will mean less energy from our sun having a cooling effect on our planets atmosphere and oceans

    • Russ Steele October 8, 2015 / 9:04 pm

      Glad that you found the site interesting. I agree solar cycle 25 will one of the lowest since we started recording the spots.

  2. Gabriel September 16, 2016 / 1:02 am
    • Russ Steele September 16, 2016 / 9:44 pm

      Thanks for the interesting links

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