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Ocean Acidification

The world’s oceans absorb almost half of all carbon emissions, and can hold up to 50 times more CO2 than the atmosphere (Sabine et al… 534 more words

Marine Biology

Temperature and Sea Level Change

On a global level, there has been a general increase in average temperature of 0.1°C since 1961 (Nolan et al., 2009). Highest rates in Ireland were observed between 1993 and 2003 with an average increase of 0.6°C. 413 more words

Marine Biology

100 Days of Happiness

After seeing Rent and fixing Thanksgiving dinner, my body revolted and I have been fighting some major fatigue.  Forgive me for another late double day post. 164 more words


Climate sensitivity: a review of Friedrich et al. (2016)

Full citation: Friedrich, T., Timmermann, A., Tigchelaar., M., Timm, O. E. & Ganopolski, A. (2016) Nonlinear climate sensitivity and its implications for future greenhouse warming. 2,085 more words


Why Larsen C?

The Antarctic Peninsula, which juts out North from the continent into the tempestuous Southern Ocean, is an extremely important region to study. Not only is it unique and interesting, but it is also a canary in the coalmine. 870 more words

Larsen C

Earth approaches climate change - on a visual record - even if politicians see nothing

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Scientists are getting better at producing visualizations that make climate change, a pretty heady topic, simple enough to take in at a glance…

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