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Thread by "Derek" starts here:
Originally Posted by drummy
For example, there is considerable evidence from BAS scientists amongst other authoritative sources that...
"The west coast of the Antarctic Peninsula is one of the fastest warming areas of the planet, temperatures having risen by almost 3?C over the past 50 years."
Err, is it not the case that the bits of the Antarctic that are warming, have volcanoes that are quite active underneath them.
I thought that the below was a published, and peer reviewed study, that shows Antarctica has been cooling for about 30 to 40 years.
Chapman, W.L. and J.E. Walsh. 2007. A Synthesis of Antarctic Temperatures. Journal of Climate, 20, 4096-4117.
As reviewed here,
To be fair the volcanoes have only recently been "discovered".