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Blogs from working climate scientists
Climate prediction, uncertainty, climate sensitivity and paleoclimate. And photographs. Usefully outside the IPCC mainstream (sometimes). Previously based at JAMSTEC, Japan, now freelance.
Science, Politics, Meteo. Based at Leibniz Institute for Atmospheric Physics, Germany.
Ice and climate, particularly Greenland. Authoritative. Based at Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland.
Pleasingly poetic sketches of Polar research. Based at the Open University, UK.
Mostly technical discussions of atmospheric physics and planetary dynamics. Based at the University of Albany, USA.
Useful but sometimes frustratingly information-free aggregator. Based at Georgia Institute of Technology.
Does a great job of “Explaining the science of Antarctic glaciology”, based at University of Reading, UK.
Coral reefs and climate change, but also issues of science communication.
But some are useful. Detailed, frank and engaging look at the way models are used in climate science. Based at Bristol University, UK.
Climate dynamics, communication, and perspectives on thesis writing. Based at the University of Reading, UK.
Climate myth-debunking focus with a statistical bent. Affiliation a bit mysterious.
Water issues in a changing climate. Based at the Pacific Institute, USA.
Open climate science, uncertainty, climate models, observations, climate impacts. Carefully backed up scientific points, illustrated with novel graphics. Based at Reading University, UK.
Perspectives on being an academic in climate science, as well as on the science itself. Based at the University of Reading, UK.
Wide ranging climate, weather and paleo blog. Based at University of Southern California, and Woods Hole, USA, respectively.
Focuses on communication of climate science and modelling to non experts. Useful in that. Based at NOAA.
Super technical climate dynamics for climate scientists. Based at the mighty GFDL, USA.
Australian Paleoclimate researcher on climate science and society (and yes, honey bees and helium). Based at the School of Earth Sciences, University of Melbourne.
Mainly health and malaria under climate change, but useful deviations from that. Based at University of Bergen, Norway.
A broad discussion of climate issues, with occasional technical detail for scientists. Based at Texas A&M, USA.
A blog from Research Fellow in Climate System Science, based at UNSW Australia. A bit early to call the contents yet.
Comments on climate science news stories and interesting papers, particularly the Arctic and Extreme events. Based at Brunel, UK.
Like it says in the title, but with useful R code snippets and pointing out of silliness. Based at Bergen, Norway.
Just about everything in this one, but particularly useful if data homogenization is your thing. Based at Bonn, Germany.
Nice pics and scientific context on clouds. Based at University of Washington, USA.
Climate blogs from groups and institutions
The (grand?)daddy of by-climate-scientist blogs.
Other climate-y blogs worth reading