Daily Archives: April 28, 2011

Barcelona #1 – Jose Can’t Cope

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Pikas Buried Under 15 Feet Of Snow Dying From The Heat

Study demonstrates clear connection between warming and rising extinction rates of the American pika for the first time, with implications for many species By Katherine Bagley, SolveClimate News Scientists have long understood that climate change has an effect on the … Continue reading

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Lots More Snow On The Way

Four day snow forecast for the Colorado River watershed.

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The Big Warming Is Now 40 Years Away

The effect of additional CO2 decreases logarithmically, so we can expect an exponential increase in temperature after 2050. You may be yearning for warmer days after what is shaping up to be one of the coldest Aprils in Western Washington’s … Continue reading

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Nature Not Dead Yet

It seemed like it would never happen, but we are actually having a nice day in Colorado today. Long’s Peak in the background. The sun was too bright and I couldn’t see the viewfinder, so I was just guessing what … Continue reading

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It Is Called “La Nina”

2011 has brought the worst US tornadoes and the worst Queensland floods since 1974. In 1974, CO2 was well below Hansen’s safe 350 ppm – so we can rule out CO2 as a cause. So what do 2011, 1974 (and … Continue reading

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PDF Is A Distraction

The layers of the pdf file are consistent with scan software that goes through several steps of image processing. It is just a distraction. The real issues (as I see it) are the validity of the original paper document, why … Continue reading

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Obama Adminstration Warns Of Water Shortages In The West

Tue Apr 26, 2011 The US Department of the Interior says climate change will cut water flow in the west of the country causing water shortage for millions in the region. According to a report released by the department on … Continue reading

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Thing Of The Past : “too much snow in the Rockies”

April 10, 2011 It’s rare to see millions of gallons of water spilling out of a reservoir, especially in the West, where water is more precious than gold. But the water was spilling from Pathfinder Reservoir, 45 miles southwest of Casper, Wyo., … Continue reading

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Alaskan Glacier Retreated *Eight Feet Per Day* Between 1794 And 1879

As you enter Glacier Bay in Southeast Alaska you will cruise along shorelines completely covered by ice just 200 years ago. Explorer Captain George Vancouver found Icy Strait choked with ice in 1794, and Glacier Bay was barely an indented … Continue reading

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