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Nathan P. Gillett

Member, Climate Research Unit

University of East Anglia

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University of East Anglia

Norwich Research Park

Norwich, Norfolk,NR4 7TJ

United Kingdom

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Environment Canada


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University of Victoria


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Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis

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Education

PhD

University of Oxford


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October | 2007 | Climate Skeptic

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One study, published in today's edition of the journal Nature, found that the overall increase in worldwide surface humidity from 1973-99 was 2.2%, which is due "primarily to human-caused global warming," according to study co-author Nathan Gillett of the University of East Anglia, in Norwich, U.K.


Global Warming Hyperbole October 2007 Archives

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"This humidity change is an important contribution to heat stress in humans as a result of global warming," said Nathan Gillett of the University of East Anglia in Britain, a co-author of the study.
Not as much as the human-induced stress you get from reading this ridiculous article. Gillett studied changes in specific humidity, which is a measurement of total moisture in the air, between 1973-2002. To show that this is man-made, Gillett ran computer models to simulate past climate conditions and studied what would happen to humidity if there were no man-made greenhouse gases. It didn't match reality. He looked at what would happen from just man-made greenhouse gases. That didn't match either. Then he looked at the combination of natural conditions and greenhouse gases. It will only feel worse in the future, Gillett said. Moisture in the air increases by about 6 percent with every degree Celsius (1.8 degrees Fahrenheit), he said.


Anglonautes > English vocabulary > Earth > Environment > Climate change / Global warming

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''This humidity change is an important contribution to heat stress in humans as a result of global warming,'' said Nathan Gillett of the University of East Anglia in the United Kingdom, a co-author of the study.
Gillett studied changes in specific humidity, which is a measurement of total moisture in the air, between 1973-2002. To show that this is man-made, Gillett ran computer models to simulate past climate conditions and studied what would happen to humidity if there were no man-made greenhouse gases. It didn't match reality. He looked at what would happen from just man-made greenhouse gases. That didn't match either. Then he looked at the combination of natural conditions and greenhouse gases. It will only feel worse in the future, Gillett said. Moisture in the air increases by about 6 percent with every degree Celsius (1.8 degrees Fahrenheit), he said.


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