- Atmospheric Rivers Are A New Name For Old Events- And They've Long Had Implications For Arctic Ice
In 1994, the term “atmospheric river” appeared in a paper to describe narrow amounts of atmospheric water vapor across the mid-latitudes but now a week doesn't go by without a weather forecaster on the local news claiming it is hitting their viewers. ...
Article - News Staff - Feb 7 2023 - 6:31am
- Is A Hamburger Really Worse For Pollution Than A Diesel Truck?
In "Science Left Behind", the oft-regurgitated 'it takes a gallon of gas to make a pound of beef' nonsensical metric is revealed for what it always was; a claim put into a book that was derived from an advocacy press release in the 1980 ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Feb 24 2023 - 9:56pm