Daily Archives: July 18, 2011

1935 Hurricane : 200 MPH Winds

  http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/general/lib/lib1/nhclib/mwreviews/1935.pdf

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It Is Bush’s Fault

Robert Nicholls, an environmental researcher at Britain’s University of Southampton, says New Orleans was a case study in failure — of building a city below sea level while simultaneously destroying coastal marshlands that would have helped to protect it from … Continue reading

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Sea Level Accounting

If your corporate accountant added expenses on to the company’s top line, where do you think he might end up next year?  

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Record Heatwave In Missouri

In 1936, Clinton, Missouri USHCN RAW high temperatures averaged 105 degrees in both July and August. This July, Clinton is averaging 92 for a high – thirteen degrees cooler than 1936. http://www.wunderground.com/ However, history began around 1975 so this is … Continue reading

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Record Melt In Greenland

Speed of Greenland Ice Melt Sets New Record Greenland ice sheet saw record melt, study finds The ice sheet covering Greenland melted at the fastest rate since records began in 1979, a new study shows. That’s important because the ice … Continue reading

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ManBearPig Goes On A Rampage

“Ferocious storms and deadly heat waves are occurring with alarming frequency all over the world. We are living with the reality of the climate crisis every day. The only question is, how soon can we act?” http://www.ens-newswire.com/ens/jul2011/2011-07-12-01.html  

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Global Warming Makes Seaweed Sick

New research links the spread of disease in a type of seaweed that is critical for marine life to global warming Rising ocean temperatures due to global warming have already been linked to coral reef deaths, destructive storms, shifting species … Continue reading

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