Its up 25% since the 1990s, according to a new paper, mostly due to melting in Greenland:http://blogs.agu.org/geospace/2017/04/26/sea-level-rising-faster-now-1990s-new-study-shows
Quark Soup by David Appell
I'll keep this post pinned at the top as I find more and add them. Suggestions welcome.
Here's a nice, meaty result you can sink your teeth into: A paper in the AGU journal Global Biogeochemical Cycles tries to add up the cumulative carbon emissions from changes in how humans use land.Mostly this means cleari
via The Atlantic.
There's always room for a cool graphic:
Yesterday the EIA published December's numbers for US energy consumption and CO2 emissions. That completes the year.2016's energy consumption came to 103 exajoules, the same as 2015. ("exa" = 1018.) That's 3.8% below 2007'
The newly released RSS satellite record (version 4) actually shows a tad more warming than the surface @HouseScience @ClimateOfGavin pic.twitte
Just kidding!Today the House "Science" Committee, led by the (bought-and-sold?) Lamar Smith of Texas, had a hearing in DC, titled "Climate Science: Assumptions, Policy Implications, and the Scientific Method
It's not getting much cooler: GISS and JMO both find February the 2nd-warmest Feb, after only 2016. The GISS global anomaly, 1.
The Australian Bureau of Meteorology says six of eight international models they consider suggest an El Niño by July.(The Australians care because El Ninos typically bring below ave
I like this, from Eric Steig of U Washington:
UAH has finally published their paper explaining the version 6 (here's the final submitted version), in the
The maximum extents of winter sea ice in the Arctic are their lowest values yet, according to two different datasets, JAXA v2 and NOAA. (I think it's fair to call the peak now, several days after.)JAXA v2 has Arctic SIE peaking on 3
An apparently ridiculous, irrational look at geoengineering. In theatres October 20th. G
This February was the second-warmest in the continental US records (going back to 1895), after 1954.That looks strange, 1954, but it was 0.25°F warmer then.Still, this February's anomaly was 5.85°F above the 1980-2010 baseline, and 7.34°
Now I feel a little weird about having shared my medical issue publicly, but I guess there's no turning back at this point.
By Andrew Freedman http://mashable.com/2017/03/02/australia-record-heat-global-warming/#.SWf0xo2GEqH