--text posts are at the blistered orb --
Ocean currents remain unchanged 3.24.
Soils worldwide emit more CO2, may make it all worse 3.24.Beijing hit by second sandstorm; Hong Kong gets scary air 3.24.
China's sandstorms blast Beijing 3.22. and 3.20.
Greenland ice melt is accelerating GRL 3.19.North Dakota gets hit by floods 3.18.
Cyclone Tomas hits Fiji 3.16.
New York blasted by flood, storms 3.15.
US Northeast storm power outage 3.14.
EU Red List shows climate change kills off butterflies 3.17.
Pacific Trash Vortex world's greatest garbage dump 3.16.
US FWS List shows climate change kills off birds 3.11.
(ocean currents seem to keep chugging along)
J. Willis, Can floats & altimeters detect changes in overturning?
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (2010): LO6602
(Lovelock was right on--we're losing forests to climate change)
C. Allen et al., Emerging climate change risks for forests
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (2010): 660-684
(the Amazon rainforest isn't as tough as we've hoped)
A. Samanta et al., Amazon forests did not green up in 2005 drought
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (2010) L05401
O. Phillips et al., Drought sensitivity of the Amazon rain forest
Science 323 (2009): 1344-47
(modeling causal flows in spreading ocean dead zones)
M. Pena et al., Modeling dissolved oxygen dynamics and hypoxia
Biogeosciences 7 (2010): 933-57
(if we're lucky, souring seas blessed by negative feedback loop)
E. Breitbarth et al, Ocean acidification affects coastal iron speciation
Biogeosciences 7 (2010): 1065-73
(oceans won't turn to deserts yet, but they're getting there)
M. Steinacher et al., Projected decrease in marine productivity
Biogeosciences 7 (2010): 979-1005
(repost: the window of opportunity is still open!)
D. Matthews et al, Committed climate warming
Nature Geoscience 3 (2010): 142-143
(hurricanes will get stronger 2-11 percent)
T. Knutson et al, Tropical cyclones and climate change
Nature Geoscience 3 (2010): 157-163
(Greenland melt gets serious)
S. A. Khan, Spread of ice mass loss in northwest Greenland observed
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (2010) L06501
State of the Planet climate conference at Columbia U 3.25.
US policymakers distance themselves from cap & trade 3.25.
UN FAO to look at meat and climate link 3.24.
California report shows climate bill won't hurt business 3.24.
Hong Kong-Shenzhen-Guangzhou world's first megacity 3.23.
US democrat coalition urges Senate climate vote 3.22.
US state governors for Wind Energy Coalition 3.17.
could tiny mirror-bubbles in the seas cool the planet? 3.26.
cleaner, cheaper diesel engines developed 3.25.California screws up: less trains & buses 3.24.
physicists name power saving unit the "Rosenfeld" 3.9.
THE BIG PICTURE
M. Hulme mapping climate change knowledge
S Thill, 10 ways Mother Earth will strike back 3.21.
T Norris why America needs an energy education strategy 3.18.
NASA site: global climate change
NASA video (25 sec): annual sea ice minimum 1997-2007
AlterNet on the paradigm shift
John Cook's anti-skepticism blog
W. Lin, Asian test-score culture thwarts creativity Science 327: 1576
It is thus important to initiate further research in the natural and social sciences to better understand and communicate whether alternative strategies to moderate future climate change are, or are not, viable, appropriate, and ethical. Further discussions [on geoengineering] must involve government and civil society.
Asilomar 2 geoengineering conference statement
March 2010, Pacific Grove, Cal
GLOBAL WARMING NEOLOGISMS
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