HH Lamb’s “Climate, History & The Modern World” In Review – Pert
Shame on President Obama for using fear tactics regarding recent “Climate Disruptions” that have been occurring for millions of years over the earth’s geologic record.
By Paul Homewood
I’ve picked up a second hand copy of HH Lamb’s “Climate, History & The Modern World”, and will be reviewing it in due course.
It therefore seems a good time to republish the review, I did a couple of years ago, of his epic work, ““Climate: Present, Past & Future”.
The review is in three parts, the first covering up to the Little Ice Age. The other two parts will follow later this week.
Hubert Lamb was one of the leading climatologists of his time, indeed described in one obituary as the greatest. He spent most of his career at the UK Met Office before founding and becoming the first director of the Climatic Research Unit. He wrote many books, but perhaps “Climate: Present , Past & Future” was the most significant. Here we review Volume 2, amounting to 836 pages, which particularly looks at climatic trends…
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