Rethinking Climate, Climate Change, and Their Relationship with Water

New open access paper by Prof. Demetris Koutsoyiannis Abstract We revisit the notion of climate, along with its historical evolution, tracing the origin of the modern concerns about climate. The…

Revisiting the global hydrological cycle: is it intensifying?

As a result of technological advances in monitoring atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere and biosphere, as well as in data management and processing, several databases have become freely available. These can be…

The Water Future of Earth’s ‘Third Pole’

From NASA June 26, 2019 Himalaya. Karakoram. Hindu Kush. The names of Asia’s high mountain ranges conjure up adventure to those living far away, but for more than a billion…

All Great Lakes water level is at or above normal for first time in 14 years

Remember this alarmist whining from Joe Romm’s Climate Progress last year? How Climate Change Is Damaging The Great Lakes, With Implications For The Environment And The Economy Great Lakes Michigan…

Water Is Replacing Climate As The Next UN Environmental Resource Scare

Guest essay by Dr. Tim Ball The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed and hence clamorous to be led to safety by menacing it with…

New PR claim from Columbia extrapolates globally from a handfull of weather stations

From Columbia University , something that made my B.S. meter ping. My first thought was that evaporation pans aren’t new, going back to the beginning of the U.S. Weather Bureau …

More uncertainty about warming – Study: Impact of warming climate doesn’t always translate to streamflow

From an OSU press release: CORVALLIS, Ore. – An analysis of 35 headwater basins in the United States and Canada found that the impact of warmer air temperatures on streamflow…