2011-06-07 07:54:30Climate Scientists Forecast Permanently Hotter Summers
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From Science Daily

Haven't located a copy of the paper yet. Don't even know the title.

2011-06-07 08:03:37A potential new recruit for the SkS stable of authors?
John Hartz
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Story Source:

The above story is reprinted (with editorial adaptations by ScienceDaily staff) from materials provided by Stanford University. The original article was written by Donna Hesterman, science-writer intern at the Woods Institute for the Environment.

 

 

2011-06-07 08:07:51Can't find it either
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The research group that Noah Diffenbaugh (one of the lead authors, I presume) has a listing of publications, and this is the one that they say is still awaiting publication, but it is in the Journal of Climate and doesn't seem to discuss summer heat intensity.  I'm not sure - his own page at Stanford is not yet updated with it either.

2011-06-07 08:14:08Link to Hesterman's article
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http://news.stanford.edu/news/2011/june/permanent-hotter-summers-060611.html

2011-06-07 08:16:14
Alex C

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This is all that I could find with a search for Diffenbaugh in the Springerlink database, 2011 - only two articles.  Apparently Climatic Change still doesn't have this info available ahead of time.

2011-06-07 08:17:18SkS Cross Post?
John Hartz
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Hasterman's article would make a nice SkS cross-post.