Publications in SEYCHELLES


Why Positive Climate Feedbacks Are So Bad Comments|Add Comment|PrintSardinas Canyon fire, New Mexico, June 26, 2018. Photo by Mike Lewinski/Flickr If your colleague or child does well and you give her or him positive feedback, that’s good. If climat

We monitor the response of North Cascade glacier to climate change and the consequent impacts for water resources and the ecosystem, as illustrated here by Megan Pelto and Jill Pelto. For the 35th consecutive year I headed to the North Cascade Range

A project in Seychelles aims to secure the long-term future of the Paradise Flycatcher -- locally known as Veuve -- endemic to the third-most populated island of La Digue by transferring the birds to other islands.

“Very few scientists dispute a link between man-made CO2 and global warming. Where it gets fuzzy is the extent and time frame of the effect. One crucial point of contention is climate “sensitivity”—the mathematical formula that translates chan

2 Passive Houses in Seattle opened for tours
Two high-performance Washington homes opened their doors to the general public on Friday as part of International Passive House Days, a worldwide open house event from Friday, November 13 through Sunday, November 15. Project Name: Palatine Passive T
physorg.com
8/18/2018

Accelerated melting of mountain glaciers in the Cascade Range could impact water supplies in the Pacific Northwest region over the coming decades, according to new research.
PRWeb
8/17/2018

Kleber & Associates (K&A), a full-service marketing and public relations agency, has been selected as the public relations agency of record by the Wood Products Division of Boise Cascade...(PRWeb August 16, 2018)Read the full story at
EcoWatch
8/17/2018

Why Does Climate Change Matter to the Columbia River?
By Miles JohnsonWhy does a river organization like Columbia Riverkeeper dedicate so much energy to fighting fossil fuel projects? First, fossil fuels threaten clean water. Think oil spills, pipelines that degrade salmon streams, coal dust in the riv

By Kathryn Cawdrey Accelerated melting of mountain glaciers in the Cascade Range could impact water supplies in the Pacific Northwest region over the coming decades, according to new research. Seasonal snow and ice accumulation cause glaciers in the

ASAP Single-Shot Sub-microsecond Mid-infrared Spectroscopy on Protein Reactions with Quantum Cascade Laser Frequency Combs
ASAP Single-Shot Sub-microsecond Mid-infrared Spectroscopy on Protein Reactions with Quantum Cascade Laser Frequency Combs

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