Climate Sensitivity to Carbon Dioxide More Limited Than Extreme Projections, Research Shows
A new study suggests that the rate of global warming from doubling of atmospheric carbon dioxide may be less than the most dire estimates of some previous studies — and, in fact, may be less severe than projected by the Intergovernmental Panel . . . → Read More: Climate Sensitivity to Carbon Dioxide More Limited Than Extreme Projections, Research Shows
Game Over for Planet Earth: The Month’s Biggest Story You Never Read By Tom Engelhardt, TomDispatch.com Posted on November 16, 2011, Printed on November 26, 2011
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The Sky Island Alliance Tracking Program Makes a Difference
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ScienceDaily (Nov. 3, 2011)
"Ecosystems are always changing at the landscape level, but normally the rate of change is too slow for humans to notice," said Steven Running, the University of Montana Regents Professor and a . . . → Read More: Climate Change Causing Massive Movement of Tree Species Across the West
Yep. We likely had about 3 inches of snow last night. I chickened out of the trail maintenance on Bear Wallow…Long underwear in Cruces and I have to get to Tucson tomorrow for an event.
Russ will want warm soup when he gets back…cold and wet from wearing jeans in the snow.