New Paper: Global Warming Leading To HIMALAYAN COOLING, Preventing Glacial Melt!

At the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) YouTube account, the young EIKE climate lady delivers the latest climate video, focusing on the Himalayas, which, as some of you may recall, would go ice-free by 2030, according to Prof. Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber.

The video features a paper by Salerno et al, 2023: “Local cooling and drying induced by Himalayan glaciers under global warming” which looks at the mysterious cooling of the Himalayas.

Yes, the authors are implying that global warming is leading to a cooling in the Himalayas, we suppose much like the junk science that global warming is leading to more and more snowstorms and harsher winters.

In the paper, the authors write that they found “a decrease in maximum air temperature” during the last three decades “in response to global warming.”

Source: Nature

The authors believe the “counterintuitive cooling is caused by enhanced sensible heat exchange and the associated increase in glacier katabatic wind, which draws cool air downward from higher elevations.”

“The stronger katabatic winds have also diminished precipitation in glacial areas, thus negatively affecting glacier mass balance.” the authors suspect. “This local cooling may have partially preserved glaciers from melting and could help protect the periglacial environment.

No matter what happens, it’s caused by global warming, junk science fabricators insist!





3 responses to “New Paper: Global Warming Leading To HIMALAYAN COOLING, Preventing Glacial Melt!”

  1. John Hultquist

    Can I assume the young presenter has no idea of which she pontificates?
    {I’ve not a clue as to what she says — sorry, no German here.}

  2. LOL@Klimate Katastrophe Kooks

    The authors believe the “counterintuitive cooling is caused by enhanced sensible heat exchange and the associated increase in glacier katabatic wind, which draws cool air downward from higher elevations.”

    “The stronger katabatic winds have also diminished precipitation in glacial areas, thus negatively affecting glacier mass balance.” the authors suspect. “This local cooling may have partially preserved glaciers from melting and could help protect the periglacial environment.

    So increased sensible energy transfer to the glacier causes cooling, and reduced precipitation onto the glacier combined with increased sensible energy transfer to the glacier preserves the glacier? How delusional are these people?!

  3. dm

    Is the Babylon Bee the actual source for trawling, feral pigs & Himalayas articles?

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