It might seem there was very little left to say about the rise in atmospheric CO2 due to anthropogenic emissions. But the other day my colleague Martin sent me a link to two presentations at the Scripps Institute ‘Home of the Keeling Curve‘, and I found out there was plenty left to say. Scientists there presented data which […]
Date: Wednesday January 16th 2019 CACOR Luncheon Speaker: Dr. Peter MacKinnon YouTube video Link … About the presentation: Artificial Intelligence (AI) is constantly in the news with stories of promise and threat for good and bad. Political leaders have declared it a national priority, the global high tech industry is racing AI apps to markets and […]
Nearing 1.5 degrees I try not to be repetitive here, but,…
Climate change is rapidly warming the world’s oceans, killing off aquatic organisms — like coral reefs and kelp forests — that anchor entire ecosystems. The warmer waters also cause sea levels to rise and make extreme weather events like hurricanes more destructive. If scientists can more accurately measure the speed at which oceans are warming, they can better […]
A new superior resolution map of Antarctica has become available The photo is the Larsen ice shelf.