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Brian Mcnoldy: Person DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the person Brian Mcnoldy related to Climate Change. This person may have appeared in articles supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this person as appearing in content suggesting contextual association with Climate Change.


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DASHBOARD

At-A-Glance Vitals

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All Media Count   82
News Count (W/Clustered)   62 (75.61%)
Distinct Stories   43
Blog Count   18 (21.95%)
Tweet Count   1 (1.22%)
Shared Tweet Count   1
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.46
Combined Polarization   6.99
Combined Activity   0.73
Combined Personalization   0.73
News Tone   0.37
Blog Tone   0.79
Tweet Tone   0.00
First Seen   6/27/2010
Last Seen   12/28/2013
News/Social Ratio  75.61%
Attention/Loyalty  40 / 3162 days (1.27%)

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Articles mentioning this person fall into the following system categories:

Activism
0.00% (0)
Documentaries/Movies
2.50% (2)
Legislation
27.50% (22)
Project
76.25% (61)


Related Countries
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RELATIONSHIPS


Related People

The following names occur in articles mentioning this person:

Brian Mcnoldy   97.56% (80)
Kerry Emanuel   36.59% (30)
Richard Olson   23.17% (19)
James Kossin   20.73% (17)
R Steven Nerem   20.73% (17)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles mentioning this person:

University Of Miami   74.39% (61)
National Oceanic   31.71% (26)
University Of Colorado   28.05% (23)
National Hurricane Center   26.83% (22)
World Bank   24.39% (20)

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RELATED GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES


Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles mentioning this person:

Miami, Florida, United States   31.71% (26)
Tacloban, Siquijor, Philippines   29.27% (24)
Atlantic Ocean, Oc,    21.95% (18)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   17.07% (14)
Pacific Ocean, Oc,    14.63% (12)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles mentioning this person:
United States   19.51% (68)
Philippines   19.51% (34)
Bangladesh   19.51% (17)
Cuba   19.51% (13)
Haiti   19.51% (12)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles mentioning this person:

Oc,    32.93% (27)
Siquijor, Philippines   29.27% (24)
(Pl67), Poland   8.54% (7)
Sud, Haiti   8.54% (7)
Santiago De Cuba, Cuba   7.32% (6)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles mentioning this person:

Florida, United States   54.88% (45)
Colorado, United States   39.02% (32)
New York, United States   29.27% (24)
New Jersey, United States   20.73% (17)
Washington, United States   19.51% (16)

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Outlet Location Countries
This person is mentioned in articles from outlets in these countries:
United States   19.51% (44)
Philippines   19.51% (1)
Seychelles   19.51% (1)
Malaysia   19.51% (1)
Egypt   19.51% (1)

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TWITTER


Twitterers

The following Twitterers tweet links about this person

planet3org   1.22% (1)[Profile]
vicforte   1.22% (1)[Profile]
tcktcktck   1.22% (1)[Profile]



CONTENT


Top News Outlets

This person tends to be mentioned in articles from the following news outlets:

Nytimes.Com   7.32% (6)
Climatecentral.Org   6.10% (5)
Yahoo.Com   6.10% (5)
Startribune.Com   2.44% (2)
Washingtonpost.Com   2.44% (2)

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Top Blogs

This person tends to be mentioned in articles from the following blogs:

Pauldouglassaintcloud.Blogspot.Com   4.88% (4)
Pauldouglasweather.Blogspot.Com   3.66% (3)
Climatedepot.Com   2.44% (2)
Climatechangedispatch.Com   1.22% (1)
Equalizerpost.Com   1.22% (1)

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News Articles

All 62 news articles:

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Climate Alarmists Wrong Again: Science Disproves Typhoon Haiyan Was Caused by Humans | NewsBusters

...... Those claims are wildly exaggerated as indicated by our friends over at Climate Depot report In fact , many scientists disagree strongly with them , including weather expert Brian McNoldy , who stated While Haiyan was absolutely amazing , it rsquo s not alone hellip Extremely intense tropical cyclones are rare , but have always been a part of nature -- we don rsquo t ......

(662 words by newsbusters.org)
(12/03/2013)
Tone: 0.57%
Pol: 5.44%
Act: 19.34%
Per: 0.86%
Que: 13.33%
Exc: 0.00%

Wimpy hurricane season a surprise — and a puzzle - The Washington Post

...... from climate change are overwhelmed the Atlantic hurricane season begins in days , on June the first few names on the list are Arthur , Bertha and Cristobal Brian McNoldy is a tropical weather researcher at the University Of Miami rsquo s Rosenstiel School Of Marine and Atmospheric Science and a contributor to the Capital Weather Gang blog on washingtonpost com ......

(841 words by washingtonpost.com)
(12/02/2013)

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Tone: 1.64%
Pol: 5.37%
Act: 21.25%
Per: 0.11%
Que: 6.25%
Exc: 0.00%
2 Articles

Wimpy hurricane season a surprise — and a puzzle - The Washington Post

...... from climate change are overwhelmed the Atlantic hurricane season begins in days , on June the first few names on the list are Arthur , Bertha and Cristobal Brian McNoldy is a tropical weather researcher at the University Of Miami rsquo s Rosenstiel School Of Marine and Atmospheric Science and a contributor to Capital Weather Gang ......

(837 words by washingtonpost.com)
(12/01/2013)
Tone: 1.66%
Pol: 5.41%
Act: 21.74%
Per: 0.11%
Que: 6.25%
Exc: 0.00%

Pag-asa: Storm surge caused by Yolanda unexpected' | Sun.Star

...... said , the fingerprint is very small , if at all If the winds are miles per hour mph , global warming might have contributed mph to that mph Another expert , Brian McNoldy , a senior research associate at the University Of Miami , said in a climatedepot com article that , Haiyan was just as subject to this year climate as the numerous others that weren't so ......

(660 words by sunstar.com.ph)
(11/24/2013)
Legislation
Tone: -0.88%
Pol: 6.74%
Act: 28.59%
Per: 0.73%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 4.00%

Meet the Filipino Diplomat Who's Fasting for the Climate - Yahoo News

...... at far greater risk for damage Haiyan was undoubtedly powerfulit is one of the strongest storms on record to make landfallbut according to University Of Michigan hurricane researcher Brian McNoldy , who spoke to the AP , a weaker storm hitting the Philippines could have caused almost as much devastation Nonetheless , mega-storms such as Haiyan and October Hurricane Sandy , which ......

(549 words by yahoo.com)
(11/13/2013)

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Project
Tone: -0.69%
Pol: 7.90%
Act: 23.88%
Per: 1.03%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%
2 Articles


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Blog Posts

All 18 blog posts:

 Tone

The EQualizer Post: Will 2014 be a better year for the Philippines?

...... satellite observations , Emanuel said Humans played a big role in this disaster , too probably bigger than nature , meteorologists said University Of Miami hurricane researcher Brian McNoldy figures that to percent of the devastation can be blamed on the human factor More than out of Filipinos live in a storm-prone vulnerable city of more than , , according to ......

(774 words by equalizerpost.com)
(12/28/2013)
Project
Tone: -0.62%
Pol: 7.86%
Act: 18.83%
Per: 0.75%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

UN Climate Summit Rejects Its Own Science Links Typhoon Haiyan to Global Warming UN Summit Degenerates Into Unscientific Claims to Advance Political Agenda Climate Depot Special Report | Climate Depot

...... that industrialized years ago for damaging the atmosphere Scientific Reality Check As Scientists Reject Climate Link - Claim of trongest storm ever refuted Storm expert Brian McNoldy of U of Miami 'We don't get to pick and choose which storms are enhanced by a warmer climate and which ones aren't Meteorologist Dr Ryan Maue 'Over past , years , Philippines have ......

(2235 words by climatedepot.com)
(11/20/2013)
Legislation
Documentaries/Movies
Tone: -0.39%
Pol: 7.94%
Act: 23.39%
Per: 1.13%
Que: 7.14%
Exc: 3.06%

Repent for the sin of denying global warming, says theologian - Climate Change Dispatch

...... While Haiyan was absolutely amazing , it not alone It in an elite company of a handful of other tropical cyclones scattered across the decades and across the world , Brian McNoldy , a a senior research associate at the University Of Miami , told Climate Central I expect that the contribution of global warming to Haiyan extreme intensity is likely to have been small , ......

(607 words by climatechangedispatch.com)
(11/17/2013)
Legislation
Tone: 0.98%
Pol: 9.45%
Act: 20.68%
Per: 0.49%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

German meteorologist slams climatologists for lapsing into a "feeding frenzy" over Haiyan | Follow The Money

...... False Claims About Typhoon Haiyan Storm expert Brian McNoldy of U of Miami 'We don't get to pick and choose which storms are enhanced by a warmer climate and which ones aren't Prof Roger Pielke Jr 'Philippine Met Service predicted max ft surge ......

(811 words by seeker401.wordpress.com)
(11/14/2013)
Tone: 0.32%
Pol: 5.84%
Act: 22.08%
Per: 0.74%
Que: 8.57%
Exc: 5.71%

Doug Ross @ Journal: Climate Crooks Exploit Deadly Typhoon to Push Global Warming Grift (Or Is It "Climate Change" Now?)

...... one in was blamed on global cooling at the time , says Goddard chart at the website Real Science shows a pattern of storms unrelated to anything mankind has done As Brian McNoldy , senior researcher at the University Of Miami , told the website Climate Central While Haiyan was absolutely amazing , it not alone It in an elite company of a handful of other tropical ......

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(11/13/2013)
Tone: -0.16%
Pol: 6.79%
Act: 20.06%
Per: 0.47%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


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Tweets

All 1 tweets:
(Note, tweets below may contain this name in the tweet text itself, or in any articles the tweet links to)

 Tone

planet3org

...Climate in Context: What Do Americans Really Think About Climate Change?; A Diet Hurricane; and IPCC Reforms http://bit.ly/brG2OZ...

(21 words)
(10/15/2010 at 2:42:13 pm)
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Tone: 0.00%
Pol: 0.00%
Act: 23.81%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 100.00%
Exc: 0.00%






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