Arctic Amplification(Extreme Weather): Jennifer Francis June 6, 2013

This video is part of a Climate Desk event “Climate Desk Live 06/06/13: The Alarming Science Behind Climate Change’s Increasingly Wild Weather” featuring top climate researcher Jennifer Francis. Watch the full event (including Stu Ostro on atmospheric thickness) here . Event website http://climatedesk.org/2013/05/climat… For more detail on Francis’s research, see: Arctic Warming Favors Extreme, Prolonged Weather Events…

The Alarming Science Behind Climate Change’s Increasingly Wild Weather: Ostro And Francis On Video

By Joe Romm / Climate Progress: Earlier this month, Chris Mooney moderated a terrific Climate Desk event featuring top climate researcher Jennifer Francis along with senior Weather Channel meteorologist (and former skeptic) Stu Ostro. Climate Desk summarizes their findings: Ostro’s observations suggest that global warming is increasing the atmosphere’s thickness, leading to stronger and more persistent ridges…

How Hot will it Get?

The latest projections about the extent of planetary warming and the dire consequences of our growing carbon imbalance. Series: “Science at the Theater” [Science] A special Earth Day edition of Science at the Theater —”How Hot Will It Get?” — Featuring presentations by Lab climate scientists Bill Collins, Margaret Torn, Michael Wehner, and Jeff Chambers,…

Video: Lake El’gygytgyn, Pleistocene super-Interglacials and Arctic warmth

John Mason / Skeptical Science: Here is a must-see 2012 presentation by Julie Brigham-Grette of the University of Massachusetts Amherst, covering the research her team has been doing into Lake El’gygytgyn (pronouned El-Guh-Git-Kin), a water-filled meteor crater in Arctic Russia that came into being after the impact of a ~1km diameter space-rock, 3.6 million years ago.…

Richard Alley: The Biggest Control Knob: Carbon Dioxide in Earth’s Climate History

In 2009, climate scientist Richard Alley (Pennsylvania State University) held the talk, “The Biggest Control Knob: Carbon Dioxide in Earth’s Climate History” (Bjerknes Lecture), at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. CO2 is, and has always been, the biggest climate control knob in the Earth’s history https://mind.ofdan.ca/co2-is-and-has-always-been-the-biggest-climate-control-knob-in-the-earths-history 2015 release by AGU https://youtu.be/3UVb–2-PBg

James Hansen explains Climate Change and Free Market Solution

39:00 min = topic Carbon fee  Climate Scientist Hansen Turns Activist, Advocates ‘Fee’ on Carbon Pollution Bloomberg: James Hansen, the former NASA climate scientist who first brought climate change to the attention of Congress in the 1980s, stepped down as head of the agency’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies last month. That hasn’t stopped him…