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Effect of climate change on Tundra ecosystems

A very interesting study by Gregory Henri et al. (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada) on the effect of climate change on Tundra ecosystems has been published this month in Climatic…Continue

Started Oct 9, 2012

Fascinating and potentially good news: changes in clouds elevation might lower the global temperature.

This news has been released in the journal Geophysical Research Letters and is by Prof. Davies and Matthew Molloy from the University of Auckland. They analyzed measurements from the Multiangle…Continue

Started Feb 23, 2012

 

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"Some "good news" that I just read in the Guardian: greenhouse gas emissions dropped by 7% in the UK in 2011... "
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Effect of climate change on Tundra ecosystems

A very interesting study by Gregory Henri et al. (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada) on the effect of climate change on Tundra ecosystems has been published this month in Climatic change. Canadian Permafrost ecosystems have been studied by this team and they monitored the adaptation of the ecosystem to climate change over the last 50 years; The results show clear signs of changes of this ecosystem. This article ( DOI: 10.1007/s10584-012-0587-1) can be seen at …See More
Oct 9, 2012
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Fascinating and potentially good news: changes in clouds elevation might lower the global temperature.

This news has been released in the journal Geophysical Research Letters and is by Prof. Davies and Matthew Molloy from the University of Auckland. They analyzed measurements from the Multiangle Imaging SpectroRadiometer which is part of Terra Satellite; This instrument has been collecting data from clouds around the Earth since more than a decade. Davies and Molloy found out that the average cloud altitude decreased of 1% over the last decade (30 to 40 meters). Of course the record is too short…See More
Feb 23, 2012
Elodie Tronche posted a discussion

Fascinating and potentially good news: changes in clouds elevation might lower the global temperature.

This news has been released in the journal Geophysical Research Letters and is by Prof. Davies and Matthew Molloy from the University of Auckland. They analyzed measurements from the Multiangle Imaging SpectroRadiometer which is part of Terra Satellite; This instrument has been collecting data from clouds around the Earth since more than a decade. Davies and Molloy found out that the average cloud altitude decreased of 1% over the last decade (30 to 40 meters). Of course the record is too short…See More
Feb 23, 2012
Elodie Tronche commented on climatescinet's page Climate Open Access
"Risks of sea level rise to disadvantaged communities in the United States Jeremy Martinich, James Neumann, Lindsay Ludwig and Lesley Jantarasami   Open Access MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION STRATEGIES FOR GLOBAL…"
Feb 7, 2012
Elodie Tronche commented on climatescinet's page Climate Open Access
"Continuous measurement of methane flux over a larch forest using a relaxed eddy accumulation method Masahito Ueyama, Ken Hamotani, Wataru Nishimura, Yoshiyuki Takahashi, Nobuko Saigusa and Reiko Ide   Open…"
Feb 7, 2012
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Of interest: Toward a better understanding of secondary organic aerosol

News published in Science Daily (http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/12/111220133542.htm), from the PhD thesis of Kent Salo (the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany).Many of the particles in the atmosphere are produced by the natural world, and it is possible that plants have in recent decades reduced the effects of the greenhouse gases to which human activity has given rise. One consequence of…See More
Jan 3, 2012
Elodie Tronche commented on climatescinet's page Climate Open Access
"Recent change of the global monsoon precipitation (1979–2008) Bin Wang, Jian Liu, Hyung-Jin Kim, Peter J. Webster and So-Young Yim   Open access: CLIMATE…"
Jan 2, 2012
Elodie Tronche commented on climatescinet's page Climate Open Access
"A methodology for the risk assessment of climate variability and change under uncertainty. A case study: coffee production in Veracruz, Mexico Francisco Estrada, Carlos Gay and Cecilia Conde CLIMATIC…"
Jan 2, 2012
Elodie Tronche commented on climatescinet's page Careers
"Senior Lecturer / Researcher in Climate-related biogeochemical modeling Stockholm University announces a tenured position (80% research and 20% teaching). Deadline for application: January 31, 2012. Stockholm University announces a position at…"
Jan 2, 2012

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New article on Climate change effect on the economy for the next 2 centuries

Prof. Tol from the VU Amsterdam published an article this month in Climatic Change on the economic impact of climate change in the 20th and the 21st centuries. He used FUND3.6 to calculate the impacts of climate change for the 20th century and extrapolated it to the 21st Century. According to the extrapolation for this century, the impact will be negative for energy demand, water resources, biodiversity and sea level rise, while it will stay…

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Posted on October 25, 2012 at 9:56am

New book format for new publications on Climate

Dear all, Springer is launching a new book format in Climate sciences: This is called SpringerBriefs in Climate Studies, and these are samll books, from 50 until 125 pages. So this is really between an article and a traditional book, but is treated as a book (ISBN etc). The big advantage is that, if you have a study you want to publish but is too long for an article and too small for a big book, you can now still explain your whole study in this new format. 

The books can be: a timely…

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Posted on October 9, 2012 at 9:42am

Invitation to submit: Springer Briefs in Climate Science

This is an open invitation to submit to Springer Briefs in Climate Science. There are no costs involved in disseminating your work through this Series.

SpringerBriefs in Climate Science present concise summaries of cutting-edge research and practical applications in all aspects of climatology. Featuring compact volumes of 50 to 125 pages (approximately 20,000- 40,000 words), the Series covers a range of content from…

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Posted on December 14, 2011 at 8:00am

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