Paleoclimatology – connecting CO2 to changes in temperature


A friend recently messaged me with a link to this lecture by Richard B. Alley of Penn State. This lecture was part of the American Geophysical Union that took place in December 2009. Aiming to explain the long story of how carbon dioxide might have fit into climate and changes in temperature, Alley explains a lot of the science and techniques that are allowing scientists… Read More

Spotlight videos on The Nature Conservancy

Here are some interesting videos! This first one is about river flow, featuring the Potomac River. Mark Bryer, who is the director of The Nature Conservancy’s Chesapeake Bay program, explains a little bit about how river flow is important for ecology and the wildlife living in the rivers and in the Chesapeake Bay. Taking a different angle, here is funny video and song about supporting… Read More