Monthly Archives: August 2011

Water: too little, too much: Part II

by Judith Curry

I’m in Boulder, attending the NOAA Water Cycle Science Challenge Workshop.  The Workshop now has a website, which includes the plenary presentations.

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Consumer options for choosing renewable energy

by Allen Green

What options do consumers have for choosing renewable energy?

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ACS Webinar on Climate Change: Part II

by Judith Curry

A very interesting session yesterday, I now have links to  the ppt presentations.

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Cosmic ray discussion thread

by Judith Curry

The publication last week of results from the CERN CLOUD experiment on cosmic rays is generating significant buzz, with substantial debate on the implication of these results for climate change,

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Water: too little, too much

by Judith Curry

Next week, I will be in Boulder attending a workshop on the topic of understanding and predicting conditions associated with either too much or too little water.

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Hurricane Irene: psychology of risk perception

by Judith Curry

As Major Hurricane Irene prepares to sideswipe the entire east coast of the U.S. north of North Carolina, what makes people discount or respond to to information on an impending disaster?

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ACS Webinar on Climate Change

by Judith Curry

The forthcoming annual meeting of the American Chemical Society is hosting two sessions on Climate Change, one of which is available for public participation by registering to participate in a webinar.

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