Monday What's on the Web: Deep Climate

Every Monday I highlight other bloggers or web contributors who are making important or interesting    contributions to climate, sustainability, transpotation or market transformation. Check back each week for another installment.
Deep Climate is this week's "What's on the Web" blog.  Deep Climate's slogan is: "Exploring climate science disinformation in Canada."  The blog is run by an anonymous Canadian citizen who is clearly well versed in science.  His analysis of a number of papers and other postings can be very thorough and detailed.  For instance, in a post titled "McShane and Wyner 2010" he very thoroughly deconstructs the McShane and Wyner paper published in August that was cheered on sites like Watt's Up With That (a skeptic site).

This is a bit of a geek's site, getting into pretty deep statistics and other topics.  Posts can be very long.  However, it's an important resource (not just for Canadians) in the battle against climate disinformation.

Other recent posts include:

Wegman under investigation by George Mason University

The blog also includes an occasional open thread, which allows for an open discussion on topics of interest among the readers.

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