Extinction Events in Earth History and Today

Flood basalts and mass extinctions – ancient hyperthermals as analogs for anthropogenic climate change.  Oceanic Anoxic Event (OAE) and mass extinctions are considered to be hyperthermals

Seismicity and Climate Change (2019)

Climate change and seismicity, read the study excerpt, Enhanced Seismic Activity Observed in Alaska Due To Climate Change. Sources Related

The 5 Big Climate Unknowns

Climate unknowns include the rate of sea level rise, ozone loss, how the Gulf Stream will react and what it possibly means, the Earth’s response,

Active volcano discovered beneath Antarctic ice sheet

SOURCE ‘Wild card’ volcanic activity may add to climate change-induced sea level rise https://www.independent.co.uk/environment/volcano-antarctic-ice-melting-pine-island-glacier-sea-level-climate-change-global-warming-a8423131.html Evidence of an active volcanic heat source beneath the Pine Island

Waking the Climate Giant

Bill McGuire (University College London) speaks about responses from the Earth crust in this 2016 lecture. He wrote a book on the subject, available at