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Earlier this week Sarah and I flew home to the SF Bay Area to visit family and find some fossils. We've done several days of chilly fieldwork along the beautiful but cold and foggy California coast and are now enjoying a weekend day indoors with my [...]
On July 1, 2023, Jeffrey Shaman will become Interim Dean of the Climate School, continuing the work of co-deans Alex Halliday, Jason Bordoff, Ruth DeFries, and Maureen Raymo, climate leaders who built the School's strong
As predicted in 1967 by Manabe and Wetherald, the stratosphere has been cooling.
The post CMIP6: Not-so-sudden stratospheric cooling first appeared on RealClimate.
Inspired by Bash the Trash, kids had a chance to make musical instruments out of reusable materials, then perform in a
Nueva entrega de "Niñasauria", la tira de cómic creada por Luto, historietista, dibujante y fanzinero de Cali (Colombia), en la que la infante del Mesozoico se las verá con un vecino de cuello largo que se cree muy avispado. Para saber más [...]
By Christine Ray, GSA Science Policy Fellow In the month of April, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson and NSF Director Sethuramen Panchanathan faced hearings in the House and Senate Appropriations Committees to defend their agencies’ respective budget [...]
The legal structure of American environmental protection persists because environmental protection has been added to the fundamental and irreducible function of government: to protect people from
Okay then, I was sure there was a math error somewhere. However, it isn't the Great Red Splotch.This is the video of the sea surface temp anom from January.And this is the video of rhte surface temps, directly.It did warm up, but now it is [...]
Back in the Cretaceous in what is now the heart of the Indochinese Peninsula, a group of mighty spinosaur with an unusual split sail were playing and hunting in the local waters. Picture an alligator whose legs grew especially long, add a big split [...]
ReferenceTwo different probabilities, but both methods use temperatures and winds. Noaa is using their false splotch to get higher odds.I followed the ocean currents during the last two El Ninos and the mechanism was obvious. Unfortunately, [...]