2011-07-02 04:16:42Blog Posts Mon 04 to Sun 10 July
Dana Nuccitelli

Mon 04

German Energy Priorities (Dana and Baerbel)

SkS Weekly Digest (badger)

Tue 05

Trouble Brewing in the North (Mark R)

Thermodynamic Duo (Doug Mackie)

Wed 06

The Last Interglacial Part 2 - Why was it so warm? (Steve Brown)

Over the tipping point (Steve O'Connor reposting from the ABC Drum)

History Matters: Carbon Emissions in Context (Steve Lewandowsky)

Thu 07

Lessons from Past Climate Predictions: Syun-Ichi Akasofu (Dana)

Great Barrier Reef Part 2: Climate Change Impacts (Ove H-G)

Fri 08

Climate Solutions by dana1981 (Dana)

Wherever I lay my shell, that's my home (Doug Mackie)

Sat 09

Tales of the Cryosphere Kid (Daniel)

Climate Solutions by Rob Painting (Rob P)

Sun 10

The Medieval Warm(ish) Period In Pictures (Rob P)

Great Barrier Reef Part 3: Acidification, Warming, and Past Coral Survival (Ove H-G)


Milankovitch Cycles (Chris Colose)

Tracking Earth’s energy: A key to climate variability and change (Kevin Trenberth)

Why Wasn't the Hottest Decade Hotter? (Rob P)

Thinning at the top, bulging at the waist, but another new hockey stick (AndyS)

Citizen Science (Dawei)

Lessons from Past Climate Predictions: Wallace Broecker (Dana)

2011-07-02 04:17:24
Dana Nuccitelli

We've got so many pending posts I had to get next week's schedule started.  The schedule will no doubt change though - this is very preliminary.

2011-07-02 06:47:45You're kidding me!
John Cook

Saw this thread, thought I'd have a look, expecting to see maybe Monday or Tuesday filled - to see nearly a whole weeks worthy of posts! That's crazy productive! :-)
2011-07-06 15:00:38Reposted Steve's RTR podcast
John Cook


Have reposted Steve's RTR podcast today as it only just aired today (was meant to air a month ago when the blog post was first published)

Wednesday is a day of Steves!

2011-07-06 15:26:41
Dana Nuccitelli
Don't want Chris to contaminate Steve day. Will bump him to tomorrow.
2011-07-06 16:05:11
John Cook


From now on, every Wednesday is 'Steve Day' :-)

2011-07-07 09:54:56
Doug Mackie
Doug Mackie

Hey, if no one minds, I'd like to increase the pace on the OA series to 3x per week. Mon/Wed/Fri or any other combination that fits with other plans. Starting next week, Mon if possible.

Oh and is there a way for me to see a list of figs and urls? I reuse some and have forgotten the url.

2011-07-07 10:16:43A list of URLs
John Cook


Doug, I programmed up a new webpage yesterday that lists all blog posts by an SkS author. Here is yours:


If you want to reuse pics from past blog posts, the easiest way is to bring up the previous blog post, drag over the part of the blog post you want to copy (eg - image + caption), then copy and paste it into your new blog post.

2011-07-07 11:28:18
Dana Nuccitelli
Shouldn't be a problem to do 3 per week. John, can you give a link to the page with my blog posts?
2011-07-08 06:11:01
Andy S


Dana, if you go to author admin and click on the "blogs" link you should be able to see a list of all your blogs (works for me).

It would be nice to see everyone's contributions, often I'm searching for a post and all I can remember is who wrote it and roughly when it was published.

2011-07-08 06:49:54Viewing everyone's posts
John Cook


Okay, tweaked that page so now you can select any author's name and view all their posts: