Past Climate Change – the blog

 

Updates, announcements, research publications and musings on communications of climate change data to the general public. 

Dear Scientist, Science Enthusiast and Citizen,   I hope you and your loved ones are fine in these troubled times.    I am sending you an unusual message about the ongoing fierce battle around the EU’s future research budget.   At the European Council summit in July,...

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EAG Council Elections

The EAG Council is made of Officer Councillor and Councillor positions. Each year, several positions become vacant.Officer Councillors are elected by the Council and serve for various terms according to the position.Councillors are directly elected by the EAG Members...

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Santa Cruz and Climate

Just arrived in sunny Santa Cruz for the workshop in terrestrial and coastal climates and the Palaeocene Eocene Thermal Maximum. We're looking forward to learning about the latest in climate behaviour during this period that is used as an analogy of current climate...

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Earth’s Thermostat

Earth's Thermostat Dr. Jan  Drozd Published in Popular Astronomy http://www.popastro.com/ Jan Drozd looks at the influences on the Earth’s climate and considers why other planets’ climates in our Solar System are so different. Global warming, also known as climate...

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Wally Broecker

Professor Wallace Broecker   With great sadness we note the death of Professor Wally Broecker, the  Newberry Professor of Columbia University and the Father of Climate Science. Among his many scientific achievements was the discovery of the ocean's conveyer and...

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All Souls Conference

All Souls College, Oxford, is primarily a research institution without any undergraduate members. So, even though Philip has spent 7 years in Oxford both as an undergraduate and a postdoc he had not entered the hallowed halls prior to this...

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