Roger A. Pielke SrI was alerted to this important discussion paper online by Demetris Koutsoyiannis that is worth reading and commenting on at this website. “Revisiting global hydrological cycle: Is it intensifying?”
The accumulated biogeophysical impact of historical land use/land cover change (LUCC) on the 20th century anthropogenic climate is compared to that of greenhouse‐gas concentration change (GHGC) by ex...
A recent study in the journal Geology says glacial ice has an impact on the behavior of magma below the Earth's surface. It finds a correlation between a warmer climate and more volcanic activity.
Roger A. Pielke SrI keep thinking I have seen everything that is claimed that adding CO2 to the atmosphere can do. Nope. “Climate Change Likely To Increase Volcanic Eruptions, Scientists Say” npr.org/sections/thetw… 🤪. Still wondering when rationale discussion on the climate issue will return...
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Roger A. Pielke Sr2/ From data.jma.go.jp/gmd/kaiyou/eng… rise of 0.025 ± 0.003°C per decade in the globally averaged upper ocean (0 – 700 m). So while this is significant heating when integrated across the World’s ocean it is a small T increase. Wonder why the news article ignored that....😜
Roger A. Pielke SrA close friend of mine for over 50 years has a written a memoir. Professor Bill Cotton weaves together his personal and professional activities in his illustrative and internationally recognized outstanding career. It can be downloaded
We propose the adoption of a bottom-up, resource-based vulnerability approach in evaluating the effect of climate and other environmental and societal threats to large water management infrastructure. To effectively reduce risk and increase …
The role of climate change (CC) contrarians is neglected in climate change communication studies. Here the authors used a data-driven approach to identify CC contrarians and CC scientists and found that CC scientists have much higher citation impact...
Roger A. Pielke Srwrt nature.com/articles/s4146… I requested article be retracted as it’s fundamentally flawed & defames me among others. This is their reply “I would like to inform you that we have removed the Supplementary Information file from the article page”. This does not resolve this issue.