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11. Global Warming, Uncertainty, Irreversibility & LongTerm Policymaking (SPRING 2002)

11. Global Warming, Uncertainty, Irreversibility & LongTerm Policymaking (SPRING 2002)

11. Global Warming, Uncertainty, Irreversibility & LongTerm Policymaking (SPRING 2002) Larry D. Sanders Dept. of Ag Economics Oklahoma State University INTRODUCTION (ch. 10 Hackett) Purpose:

By emily
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What causes global warming? You do,silly!

What causes global warming? You do,silly!

What causes global warming? You do,silly! Kevin Cummins Sierra Club Volunteer Increases in carbon dioxide cause the earth to get warmer Greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2) (plus other gases like methane) in the atmosphere absorb heat radiating from the earth.

By bernad
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Bonbright Conference Current Environmental Issues

Bonbright Conference Current Environmental Issues

Bonbright Conference Current Environmental Issues. Ronny Just Environmental Issues Manager. What is the Largest Environmental Challenge Facing Georgia?. Population Growth. 25 Years From Now. Georgia Power’s Environmental Commitment Past & Projected. SO2. Bowen 3&4 Scrubbers.

By PamelaLan
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Towards the Inaugural Australian Decadal Plan for Space Science: 2007-2016

Towards the Inaugural Australian Decadal Plan for Space Science: 2007-2016

Towards the Inaugural Australian Decadal Plan for Space Science: 2007-2016. What is Space Science? Draft Vision Process & Timeline Science Themes A Taste of the Proposed Science Summary. Plan Steering Committee

By Melvin
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Climate Management 101: Complex problems with no known solutions

Climate Management 101: Complex problems with no known solutions

Climate Management 101: Complex problems with no known solutions. Richard B. Rood rbrood@umich.edu October 22, 2007. Link to PDF of this presentation. Rood contact information. University of Michigan Web Page (Addresses, etc.) Class Website // Lectures --- Climate Change: The Move to Action

By Anita
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Aerosol Remote Sensing by Ilana Lefkovitz

Aerosol Remote Sensing by Ilana Lefkovitz

Aerosol Remote Sensing by Ilana Lefkovitz. Student Researchers: 2Juan Rodrigez, 2Irving Andino, 1Karol Baldyga Faculty Mentor: 1Dr. James Frost 1 LaGuardia Community College: 31-10 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City, New York 11101   2 City College: New York, New York  . Aerosols.

By Rita
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WHAT’s THE SCIENCE BEHIND CLIMATE CHANGE?

WHAT’s THE SCIENCE BEHIND CLIMATE CHANGE?

WHAT’s THE SCIENCE BEHIND CLIMATE CHANGE?. http://previews.123rf.com/images/kozzzlova/kozzzlova1208/kozzzlova120800004/14828123-People-on-the-planet-Stock-Vector-earth-planet-cartoon.jpg. https://i.ytimg.com/vi/NTIiWbEQsuw/maxresdefault.jpg.

By arleen
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Your Forest Carbon Check is in the Mail… (or is it?)

Your Forest Carbon Check is in the Mail… (or is it?)

Your Forest Carbon Check is in the Mail… (or is it?). Tom Gaman January 20, 2011. What I will cover today…. A brief history of Greenhouse Gases (GHG’s) Status of forest carbon accounting How to take advantage of the opportunity—the CAR Forest Protocol as an example.

By oshin
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Evidence of Global Warming

Evidence of Global Warming

Evidence of Global Warming. Tools Scientist Use to Study Climate Change. Weather stations, buoys, satellites, radar, ice and ocean cores, tree rings, cave deposits, native knowledge. Evidence of Global Warming. Carbon Dioxide Increasing in Atmosphere Increased Temperatures

By lotus
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Health Effects of Climate Change

Health Effects of Climate Change

Health Effects of Climate Change. August, 2014. A Brief Review. Remember: climate & weather are different!. Weather – the current condition of the atmosphere at a particular place and time Climate – the pattern of weather over a long period of time (usually 30 years).

By mercer
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SOCIAL CHANGES IN CHINA

SOCIAL CHANGES IN CHINA

SOCIAL CHANGES IN CHINA. Since the early 1990's, Shanghai and other cities have been making up for lost time. In 2005, building at a frenetic pace, the nation expected to lay down the finishing blocks on 4.7 billion square feet or more of construction, a record, up from 2 billion in 1998.

By eilis
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Lesson One Energy Basics

Lesson One Energy Basics

The Harnessed Atom. Lesson One Energy Basics. What you need to know about Energy:. States of energy Potential Kinetic Forms of energy Energy sources Primary and secondary sources Renewable and nonrenewable Conversion Conservation Environmental impacts Greenhouse effect

By steffi
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Glaciology and Global Warming

Glaciology and Global Warming

Glaciology and Global Warming. What is the connection?. Climate Change: Today vs Tomorrow. Average temperature today = 15° C Without the greenhouse effect: -18°C Over the past century: A rise of 0.7° C Predictions ( The most catastrophic!) A rise of up to 6° C

By jolene
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Why an Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) is not necessary

Why an Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) is not necessary

Why an Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) is not necessary. A brief summary compiled by Leon Ashby, President “The Climate Sceptics” Centenary Medal recipient for services to the environment www.climatesceptics.com.au info@climatesceptics.com.au Ph 0887259561. What this debate is NOT about.

By cira
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The greenhouse effect

The greenhouse effect

The greenhouse effect. Topic 5.2. Assessment Statements. 5.2.1 Draw and label a diagram of the carbon cycle to show the processes involved. 5.2.2 Analyse the changes in concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide using historical records.

By revelin
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Greenhouse Gases

Greenhouse Gases

Greenhouse Gases. Current Weather Anthropogenic Influences on Climate Why are Greenhouse Gases Important? Carbon Dioxide, Methane, and Nitrous Oxide Radiative Forcing of Greenhouse Gases For Next Class: Read Ch. 12 (pp. 374). Driving Question.

By myrrh
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Learning Unit 9: Climatic Change

Learning Unit 9: Climatic Change

Learning Unit 9: Climatic Change. Disclaimer. Please note that the following PowerPoint representation DOES NOT replace the official Study Material. The purpose of this additional resource is to support, assist and enrich your learning experience. Learning Outcomes.

By alaina
(125 views)

Climate Change: The Move to Action (AOSS 480 // NRE 480)

Climate Change: The Move to Action (AOSS 480 // NRE 480)

Climate Change: The Move to Action (AOSS 480 // NRE 480). Richard B. Rood Cell: 301-526-8572 2525 Space Research Building (North Campus) rbrood@umich.edu http://aoss.engin.umich.edu/people/rbrood Winter 2012 February 16, 2012. Class News. Ctools site: AOSS_SNRE_480_001_W12

By odeda
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Topic 8: Energy, power, climate change 8.5 Greenhouse effect

Topic 8: Energy, power, climate change 8.5 Greenhouse effect

Solar radiation 8.5.1 Calculate the intensity of the Sun’s radiation incident on a planet. 8.5.2 Define albedo. 8.5.3 State factors that determine a planet’s albedo. . Topic 8: Energy, power, climate change 8.5 Greenhouse effect. intensity. intensity = power / A. Solar radiation

By andrew
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Markus Amann

Markus Amann

Markus Amann. Air Pollution and Climate Some thoughts about the linkages between air pollution and climate, including findings of the NASA workshop on “Air Pollution as a Radiative Forcing ” (Hawaii, April 29-May 4, 2002) . Air Pollution and Climate.

By elma
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