“Past Climate Change helps us to understand how the earth has stayed habitable throughout the climate challenges of the past and how it may face the climate challenges of the future.”
Philip Pogge von Strandmann
Global climate stabilisation by chemical weathering during the Hirnantian glaciation
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...
Using Mg Isotopes to Estimate Natural Calcite Compositions and Precipitation Rates During the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull Eruption
Using Mg Isotopes to Estimate Natural Calcite Compositions and Precipitation Rates During the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull Eruption0 Comments Chemical weathering of silicate rocks is a key control on the long-term climate, via drawdown of atmospheric CO2. Magnesium isotopes...
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...
Why is the Earth Habitable?
A talk given by Dr Pogge von Strandmann at University College London.