Increasingly mobile sea ice risks polluting Arctic neighbors

University of Colorado at Boulder The movement of sea ice between Arctic countries is expected to significantly increase this century, raising the risk of more widely transporting pollutants like microplastics…

Modeling sea ice loss

From Wiley Study explores atmospheric impact of declining Arctic sea ice There is growing recognition that reductions in Arctic sea ice levels will influence patterns of atmospheric circulation both within…

Pielke Jr. appears to get booted from a journal for giving an unfavorable peer review to some shoddy science

UPDATE: Dr. Roger Pielke Jr. leaves this comment: Submitted on 2013/02/21 at 8:28 am Neil Adger sent me a response for posting. You can see it as an update on…

The surfacestations.org paper – accepted

After months of work, I’m pleased to announce that the paper that I have jointly written with several co-authors, including Dr. Roger Pielke Senior (who acted in the capacity as…

New sea level page from University of Colorado now up

As we surmised in earlier posts, the crozon.colorado.edu website was a test run. Here’s the newest graph from the revised http://sealevel.colorado.edu/ Updated: 2011-05-05 They write about the update:

Sea level may drop in 2010

Guest post by John Kehr Based on the most current data it appears that 2010 is going to show the largest drop in global sea level ever recorded in the…