- Nature Climate Emissions: Ocean Bacteria Are Pumping Out Massive Amounts Of Sulfur
SAR11 are the most abundant plankton in the world's oceans. They are also a massive source of two sulfur gases that play important roles in the Earth's atmosphere. ...
Article - News Staff - May 17 2016 - 11:00am
- Coastal Planning Should Be Based On Sea-Level Data- Not Hype
A new paper in American Journal of Geophysics, Geochemistry and Geosystems criticizes alarming projections of up to 2 meters in sea level rise due to increasing anthropogenic CO2 emissions- and implicitly media that acts as cheerleaders by foregoing criti ...
Article - News Staff - Jun 2 2016 - 4:51pm
- El Niño Was A Nuisance Again In 2015
The frequency of nuisance tidal flooding in many U.S. cities was predicted for the 2015 meteorological year, from May 2015 to April 2016, according to a new NOAA report. ...
Article - News Staff - Jun 11 2016 - 12:43pm
- Antarctic Sea Ice Extent Changes Are Natural
Declining Antarctic sea ice extents were a cornerstone of climate models- unless they began increasing. It may be that both are just natural fluctuation according to a new paper which shows that the negative phase of the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation ( ...
Article - News Staff - Jul 5 2016 - 9:10am
- Global Warming Has Made Global Warming Harder To Show
Postglacial rebound, uplift in Greenland blamed on global warming, has actually made it harder to measure ice loss due to global warming, according to a new paper in Science Advances. ...
Article - News Staff - Sep 26 2016 - 6:31am
- Does Ice Act As Greenhouse On Mars- Fresh Liquid Water Habitats In Spring 10-20 Cms Below Polar Ice?
"What area on Mars is the most interesting for us?". My answer to this question isn’t an impressive geological feature like Olympus Mons or Valles Marineres. For me, it’s a rather unremarkable seeming crater, Richardson crater near the south pol ...
Article - Robert Walker - Jul 1 2019 - 12:25pm
- Something is wrong in the Arctic
Something is wrong in the Arctic It has long been predicted that as the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere climbs, so too will the average global temperature, with the greatest temperature increases being seen at the poles. This year, the polar amplificatio ...
Blog Post - Patrick Lockerby - Dec 6 2016 - 6:56pm
- The Amery Zig-Zags
The Amery Zig-Zags Cracks in the Amery Ice Shelf show a prominent zig-zag form. This is a type of crack which forms in a laminated material which is deformed under pressure. As the laminate is forced into a curve it tends to crack in a series of radial ...
Blog Post - Patrick Lockerby - Feb 2 2017 - 6:11pm
- Can Seeding the Ocean With Iron Help Prevent Climate Change?
Climate change is a hot-button topic that is sure to spark arguments between those who believe the climate is changing and those who believe it’s not, or at least that if it is, it's due to natural processes. Researchers around the world are researc ...
Blog Post - Megan Nichols - Jul 22 2017 - 6:41pm
- Head Fake: Lake Methane Is Worse Than CO2
A new paper is proposing that methane due to lakes is scarier than carbon dioxide, but it tells only one sider of the story: methane has much greater warming impact, they rightly note, but leave out that it is so short-lived it is having zero impact on cli ...
Article - News Staff - Mar 26 2018 - 1:30pm