Abrupt Climate Change In The Arctic (And Beyond) An Update

AGU Fall Meeting 2013: Our understanding of future Arctic change is informed by the history of past changes, which often have been both large and abrupt. The well-known ice-age events such as the Younger Dryas show how sea-ice changes can amplify forcing to produce very large responses, with wintertime sea ice especially important. These changes…

Extreme Weather November 2013 (Super Typhoon Haiyan, Midwest Tornado Outbreak, Sardinia Cyclone) HD

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7A8RkTMNC4 Music “The Temperature of the Air on the Bow of the Kaleetan”  by Chris Zabriskie chriszabriskie.com Video NBCNews.com Report KSFY ABC News Report Tornado footage Washington Ill. by Marc W. BBC Report Sardinia Aerial footage by Policia di Stato Images Huffington Post AFP Floods From Mediterranean Storm ‘Ruven’ Kill 18 in Sardinia, Italy http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=2584 Rare November…

Superstorm Sandy One Year Later: ‘We’re Still Living Through It’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGKf8LP4rL4 On Oct. 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy ravaged New York City’s waterfront. The Rockaway Peninsula in Queens still bears the scars. Houses damaged by floodwaters sag with rot and mold. Businesses are shuttered. The beach’s miles-long boardwalk is gone. One year later, the residents there face a difficult dilemma between staying and leaving, as the…

Climate Change : 2013 is the top ten warmest year since 1850

Published on YouTube Nov 13, 2013: A new report released today suggests that 2013 is among the top ten warmest years since records began more than 160 years ago. The report released by the world meteorological organisation says excessive flooding and frequent drought will continue into the unforeseen future. Kenya meteorologists says cases of highland…

NASA: IPCC Projections of Temperature and Precipitation in the 21st Century

Published on YouTube Sep 27, 2013: New data visualizations from the NASA Center for Climate Simulation and NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio show how climate models — those used in the new report from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) — estimate how temperature and precipitation patterns could change throughout the 21st century.…

Colorado frack-site flooding – September 2013

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEVGPdQIW9s Historic flooding across large portions of Central and Eastern Colorado has caused an unprecedented amount of damage. Along with the rise in water levels came elevated concern over the tens of thousands of frack wells that scar the region’s landscape. In one of the hardest hit areas, Weld County, there are over 20,000 frack…

Wild Weather of the Future (1776 Edition)

By Chris Mooney| Tue Aug. 27, 2013: In this talk, meteorologist and America’s “Science Idol” contest winner Tom DiLiberto gives a forecast of the weather of the future—the weather that will be produced by climate change. While some of the details remain scientifically cloudy—according to DiLiberto, we don’t yet understand what will happen to tornadoes…

Climate Extremes and the Carbon Cycle

A new study (doi:10.1038/nature12350) published in nature, explores the impacts of extreme weather events on the carbon cycle. By Bobby Magill / Wunderground, published: August 15, 2013: Devastating drought in the Southwest, unprecedented wildfire activity, scorching heat waves and other extreme weather are often cited as signs of a changing climate. But what if those extreme…

Heat Waves to Become Much More Frequent and Severe

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIgTXCnm84I Science Daily Aug. 15, 2013 — Climate change is set to trigger more frequent and severe heat waves in the next 30 years regardless of the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) we emit into the atmosphere, a new study has shown. Extreme heat waves such as those that hit the US in 2012 and…

NASA: Wildfires, Smog – Particulate Matter Will Only Get Worse (August 2013)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZ8z1lrk71Y August 10, 2013 – NASA Research is showing due to the increase in the earth’s temperature, we can expect to see more wildfires, and fires in areas that normally don’t see fires. NASA scientists talked to The Weather Channel about the latest research. http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/fires/main/index.html

NASA: Potential Evaporation in North America Through 2100 (August 2013 in HD)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skivvXN8bpE Published on Aug 9, 2013 by NASA: This animation shows the projected increase in potential evaporation through the year 2100, relative to 1980, based on the combined results of multiple climate models. The maximum increase across North America is about 1 mm/day by 2100. This concept, potential evaporation, is a measure of drying potential…