A significant change in snow accumulation is considered a key sign of extreme climate change by climate doomsday “experts” – the southern Andes mountain range has not experienced a major snowpack change
The familiar refrain from the chorus of the fringe climate doomsday community is that human CO2 emissions are provoking drastic extreme climate change across the world. Unfortunately, witless reporters from the traditional media outlets parrot the doomsday hysteria without any due diligence.
However, a large body of scientists do not accept the “doomsday” claims, thus they continue their research to better understand the past and current climate conditions. A new study by Masiokas et al. did just that by researching the snow accumulation in the southern Andean mountain range to determine if modern climate conditions were much different than those of the historical past.