Daily Archives: May 25, 2011

Tornado in my own back yard tonight

It would be just my luck, that on the day of the biggest weather story in my area of the year, I’d be out of town. I was in Sacramento on an unexpected trip to find an important and now … Continue reading

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“Snowball Earth” ended by methane – now an impossible theory

From Eurekalert: Caltech-led team debunks theory on end of ‘Snowball Earth’ ice age Finds that rocks used as key geologic evidence were formed deep within Earth millions of years after the ice age ended PASADENA, Calif.—There’s a theory about how … Continue reading

Posted in Methane, Paleoclimatology | 114 Comments

Another tornado outbreak expected

From the NOAA Storm Prediction Center: PUBLIC SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 1226 PM CDT WED MAY 25 2011 …MAJOR TORNADO AND SEVERE WEATHER OUTBREAK EXPECTED OVER PARTS OF THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI…MID MISSISSIPPI…AND LOWER OHIO VALLEYS … Continue reading

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Oh noes! The abalone must be saved so we can eat it!

From the University of British Columbia: Endangered Gourmet Sea Snail Could be Doomed by Increasing Ocean Acidity Increasing levels of ocean acidity could spell doom for British Columbia’s already beleaguered northern abalone, according to the first study to provide direct … Continue reading

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Last chance for early registration for ICCC6

Last chance! Early registration discount ends Friday! Details below:

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Filling Lake Erie, one headline at a time

This is a press release from OSU, home of Dr. Lonnie Thompson. The press releases from there, written by Earle Holland, tend to be a bit excitable. For example, here’s one from just before COP16. Mr. Holland loves those all … Continue reading

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