Publications in GREENLAND


Radar reveals meltwater’s year-round life under Greenland ice sheet<p>Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University</p>Climate Change, Oceans

A selection of new climate related research articles is shown below. Climate change impacts Mankind Quantifying transnational climate impact exposure: New perspectives on the global distribution of climate risk The effects of increasing surface refl

Ocean waters are rising because of global warming. They are rising for two reasons. First, and perhaps most obvious, ice is melting. There is a tremendous amount of ice locked away in Greenland, Antarctica, and in glaciers. As the world warms,

Climate One goes to the front line of climate change - the high Arctic - to hear from the people there how their economies, communities and culture are changing due to global warming. Nancy Karetak-Lindell, President, Inuit Circumpolar Council Canad
Wiley
7/20/2018

Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, Volume 0, Issue ja, -Not available-.
Dr. Wil Burns
5/30/2016

In a new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change, Clark, et al. suggest that our policy orientation in terms of mitigation and adaptation responses to climate change should be expanded to assess the past 20,000 years and the next 10,000

Vandana Shiva had just witnessed the arctic melt on Greenland and speaks eloquently about the destructive forces of globalization that are driving the ecological crisis. She also sheds light on the effects of rapid economic growth in her home countr

Does a slow AMOC increase the rate of global warming?
Established understanding of the AMOC (sometimes popularly called Gulf Stream System) says that a weaker AMOC leads to a slightly cooler global mean surface temperature due to changes in ocean heat storage. But now, a new paper in Nature claims the
physorg.com
7/19/2018

New research into Greenland's glaciers will help bring accurate sea level rise forecasts – which are crucial in preparing for the impacts of climate change—a step closer.

Study confirms link between global warming, glacial retreat in Greenland
As the planet warms, Greenland's glaciers are retreating, and their melting is likely to accelerate sea level rise, new research confirms.



LCRA promotes water conservation by awarding $171,000 for projects in central Texas

LCRA promotes water conservation by awarding


IU, Kelley School and Whirlpool partnering on Habitat for Humanity campus build in Bloomington

IU, Kelley School and Whirlpool partnering on


Don’t Miss Washington’s Energy Future Conference

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World-renowned Wetlands Ecologist Robert Twilley to Deliver Opening Talk at National Conference

World-renowned Wetlands Ecologist Robert Twilley


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