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2020 The Warmest Year? – Wully Davidson

Global Warming Records 2020 – 21

La Nina, Named Tropical Storms and Hurricanes 2020

Some of the Effects of Global Warming 

Wully Davidson: Tropical Cyclones in a Warming World

Tropical Cyclones and Climatic Factors Tropical cyclones are the result of a number of climatic factors, but high sea surface temperatures (SSTs) are perhaps the most fundamental. It’s therefore logical that, as the seas get warmer, there will be more, and stronger, tropical cyclones. There does seem to have been an increase in the number […]

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Sunday, June 6, 2021 | Filed under: Science: Climate Change and Other Topics

Uptick in Global Volcanic Activity: Climate Change – Wully Davidson

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Source http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/about/pglossary/LavaFountain.php   J.D.Griggs Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii Global volcanic activity has recently increased by 125%…. will it have any effect on climate change? There seems to have been an uptick in news stories of volcanoes erupting around the globe, recently. One small, but quite spectacular example, is the appearance of new fissures spewing lava from Geldingadalur […]

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Monday, April 19, 2021 | Filed under: Pat's Home Page Blog, Science: Climate Change and Other Topics

Some of the Effects of Global Warming

Californians face unprecedented fire blackouts in January, 2021 “In an unprecedented move, California utilities are warning they may need to cut power to more than 280,000 homes and businesses to prevent live wires from sparking wildfires as high winds are set to sweep through the drought-weary state. Edison International’s Southern California Edison said 277,078 customers […]

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Sunday, April 4, 2021 | Filed under: Science: Climate Change and Other Topics

Global Warming

Polar scientist wary of impending satellite gap. Scientists are concerned that the two satellites monitoring Arctic, Antarctic and glacial ice volumes, CryoSat-2 and IceSat-2, will expire before their successor, the EC/Esa Cristal is launched in 2027/28 This could mean a 2-5 year gap in our knowledge of how much annual ice loss is occurring. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/…29 […]

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Climate Change – The Hurricane Season

Today (June 1st) is the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season. The eastern Pacific’s first named storm of the year, Amanda, has tracked across central America, causing a lot of flash flood damage, and is now entering the Bay of Campeche, after staying offshore and drenching the Yucatan peninsula. The US National Hurricane Center […]

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Climate Change – 2020 was this the warmest year?

  It’s early days, but 2020 is shaping up to be the warmest year, globally, since records began in the 19th century, and very probably the warmest year Earth has experienced since the end of the last Ice Age, 11,500 years ago. Usually, when a new record is set, it coincides with an above average […]

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