* Icecap is not just a bunch
of wild-eyed “deniers”
Here are some of the experts whose stories you
may see on Icecap:
Joseph D’Aleo, Executive Director, Certified
Consultant Meteorologist and Fellow
of the American Meteorological Society (AMS).
Robert C. Balling Jr., Professor of Climatology,
Arizona State University
Sallie Baliunas, Astrophysicist
Reid A. Bryson, Ph.D. D.Sc.
D.Engr., Global 500 Laureate, Senior Scientist,
Center for Climatic Research, Emeritus Prof. of
Meteorology, of Geography, and
of Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin,
Robert Carter, Researcher at
the Marine Geophysical Laboratory at James Cook
University, Australia, a paleontologist,
stratigrapher and marine geologist with more
than thirty years of professional experience with
degrees from the University of
Otago (New Zealand) and the University of Cambridge
John Coleman, Founder of The
Weather Channel, TV Meteorologist KUSI-TV,
San Diego. John has been a TV weatherman since he
was a freshman in college in 1953.
William Cotton, Professor in the Department of
Atmospheric Science at Colorado
Chris De Freitas, climate
scientist in the School of Geography, Geology and
Environmental Science at the University of Auckland.
Chris has Bachelors and
Masters degrees from the University of Toronto and a
PhD from the University
of Queensland as a Commonwealth Scholar.
David Deming, Associate
Professor of Arts and Science at the University of
He graduated from Indiana
University in 1983 with a BS degree in geology
and received a Ph.D in geophysics from the
University of Utah in 1988.
Bob Durrenberger, Retired
Climatologist, a meteorologist for 65 years and a
climatologist for 60+ years.
Mel Goldstein, Chief
Meteorologist for News Channel 8 in Connecticut.
Dr. Vincent Gray, an “Expert
Reviewer” for the Intergovernmental Panel
on Climate Change, has published many papers on
climate science including
detailed critiques on each of the IPCC science
Dr. William Gray, Meteorologist, may be the world’s
Ben Herman, Professor and
former Head of the Atmospheric Sciences
Department at the University of Arizona and former
Director of the Institute
of Atmospheric Physics
Douglas V. Hoyt, Solar
Physicist and Climatologist, has worked for more
than thirty years as a research scientist in the
Warwick Hughes, Earth
Scientist, a graduate in geology from Auckland
University who has carried out pioneering research
on surface temperature
Madhav Khandekar, retired
Meteorologist, formerly with Environment
Canada, specializes in understanding extreme weather
events in Canada
and in other parts of the world.
David Legates, Associate
Professor in Climatology, University of Delaware
Joseph E. Luisi, Former Chief
Meteorologist for Delta Airlines, with the
Delta Air Lines Meteorology Department for 28 years.
Anthony Lupo, Professor of
University of Missouri-Columbia
Pat Michaels, Research
professor of environmental sciences,
University of Virginia
H. Michael “Mike” Mogil,
Certified Consulting Meteorologist, a
seasoned meteorologist with B.S. and M.S. degrees in
from Florida State University.
Tad Murty, Adjunct Professor of
Earth Sciences and Civil Engineering,
University of Ottawa.
James O’Brien, Director
Emeritus of the Center for Ocean-Atmospheric
Prediction Studies at Florida State University
Tom Victor Segalstad, Associate
Professor of Resource- and
Environmental Geology at the University of Oslo and
expert IPCC reviewer
Dr. Gary Sharp, Scientific
Director, Center for Climate/Ocean Resources Study
S. Fred Singer, President of
the Science & Environment Policy Project.
Singer is also a Distinguished Research Professor at
University and professor emeritus of environmental
science at the
University of Virginia.
Roy Spencer, Principal Research
Scientist, University of Alabama and
the U.S. Science Team Leader for the Advanced
Radiometer on NASA’s Aqua satellite. Received his
Ph.D. in Meteorology
from the University of Wisconsin in 1981.
George Taylor, Certified
Consulting Meteorologist, who retired in 2008
after 19 years as State Climatologist for Oregon.
Hendrik Tennekes, Former
Director of Research, Royal Netherlands
Richard C. Willson, Principal Investigator, ACRIM
holds a doctoral degree in Atmospheric Sciences from
of California-Los Angeles, and B.S. and M.S. degrees