Amazing: A proxy study of Laos finds natural variability in hydrometeorology, a little Ice Age, and other substantial climate changes in the pre-greenhouse gas era.
Who would have thought! (sarcasm)
Hat-tip: NTZ reader Mary Brown.
Wang is developing high-resolution and precisely dated stalagmite stable isotope records (of C and O) to evaluate past hydroclimate variability. She and her team of researchers compare the new records with regional tree-ring records and stalagmite records from the broader Asian monsoon region to better understand regional hydroclimate dynamics.
Yet another paper showing that climate variability was common over the past 2000 years without added CO2 from man.
Confirmed by 100s of studies
Alarmists may wish to dismiss these findings, but Wang’s results are in line with those of hundreds of other studies.