Stratosphere Targets Deep Sea to Shape Climate

Sep 23, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Newswise

SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 23, 2012 - A University of Utah study suggests something amazing: Periodic changes in winds 15 to 30 miles high in the stratosphere influence the seas by striking a vulnerable "Achilles heel" in the North Atlantic and changing mile-deep ocean circulation patterns, which in turn affect Earth's climate.

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SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#1 Sep 23, 2012
How do humans modify the stratosphere? By the ozone hole and fossil-fuel burning that adds carbon dioxide to the stratosphere. These changes to the stratosphere alter the ocean, and thereby the global climate.

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Since: Jun 07

Gainesville, FL

#2 Sep 24, 2012
Clueless, as usual SpacedOut.

Solar variations, especially changes in UV which effect ozone creation (not TSI), naturally alter the ozone balance to change the vertical temperature profile of the atmosphere and thus the air circulation patterns in the troposphere and the AMOC.

Interestingly, alarmists previously said that human CO2 emissions were cooling the stratosphere thereby intensifying the polar vortex and leading to more zonal jets.

Now that the jets are more meridional despite still increasing CO2 they are now suggesting that somehow humans are warming the stratosphere over the poles.

They canít have it both ways.

An active sun cools the stratosphere naturally causing a more intense polar vortex which contracts and pulls the jet streams and climate zones poleward allowing more solar energy into the oceans. That influences cloudiness and albedo changes into the tropical oceans allowing more warming. A less active sun warms the stratosphere causing the observed changes.

This theory fits the observations better than the contradictions shown by the AGW by CO2 theory.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#3 Sep 24, 2012
Oh look who showed up? The guy without the truth, another science denier. Like his buddies he comprehends poorly and uses bad English like "especially changes in UV which effect ozone creation." LOL.

Hey you dug up old nonsense from denier blogs. Look what you wrote, especially:

This theory fits the observations better than the contradictions shown by the AGW by CO2 theory.

You are in a deep fog. Stay there.
PHD

Houston, TX

#4 Sep 25, 2012
SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 23, 2012 - A University of Utah study suggests something amazing: Periodic changes in winds 15 to 30 miles high in the stratosphere influence the seas by striking a vulnerable "Achilles heel" in the North Atlantic and changing mile-deep ocean circulation patterns, which in turn affect Earth's climate.

WOW the dirtling stikes again.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#5 Oct 13, 2012
The Seasonal Ice Zone Reconnaissance Surveys aim to take repeated ocean, ice and atmospheric measurements in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas, north and west of Alaska.

The ocean surface temperature can be 5 or 6 degrees warmer without ice. Because thereís no ice to block solar radiation, the layer of warmer water extends deeper and that affects circulation patterns and slows the growth of ice during the winter. Changes in the ocean surface temperatures can also have profound effect on the atmosphere and changes in the temperature, humidity and cloud cover can in turn affect how fast sea ice melts or grows.

Since: Apr 08

"the green troll"

#6 Oct 14, 2012
The Truth Matters wrote:
Clueless, as usual SpacedOut.
Solar variations, especially changes in UV which effect ozone creation (not TSI), naturally alter the ozone balance to change the vertical temperature profile of the atmosphere and thus the air circulation patterns in the troposphere and the AMOC.
Interestingly, alarmists previously said that human CO2 emissions were cooling the stratosphere thereby intensifying the polar vortex and leading to more zonal jets.
Now that the jets are more meridional despite still increasing CO2 they are now suggesting that somehow humans are warming the stratosphere over the poles.
They canít have it both ways.
An active sun cools the stratosphere naturally causing a more intense polar vortex which contracts and pulls the jet streams and climate zones poleward allowing more solar energy into the oceans. That influences cloudiness and albedo changes into the tropical oceans allowing more warming. A less active sun warms the stratosphere causing the observed changes.
This theory fits the observations better than the contradictions shown by the AGW by CO2 theory.
A cut 'n paste of a comment from Wattsupwiththat?

Must be true then.

Since: Apr 10

Milwaukee, WI USA

#7 Oct 14, 2012
Stratosphere Targets Deep Sea to Shape Climate. The Tooth Fairy, Santa Claus, and the Great Pumpkin say so.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#8 Oct 14, 2012
The aim is not to establish truth, but to maintain an impression.

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