Category Archives: Climate Change

Slowing Sea Level Rise Projections

In recent years there have been several projections regarding sea level rise, including claims that the oceans could rise up to 10 feet by 2100.  It is time to consider just how much weight we should give these projections as … Continue reading

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Do Ocean Currents account for much of the current Global Warming?

One Hypothesis out there comes from William M. Gray Professor Emeritus Department of Atmospheric Science Colorado State University:   “A slowing down of the global ocean’s Meridional Overturning Circulation (global conveyor belt) is the likely cause of most of the global … Continue reading

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What is the role of the oceans in Global Warming/Climate Change?

  There has been much press and controversy in recent years about global warming or climate change.  Opinions range from doomsday scenarios to absolute disbelief.  As a meteorologist (not climatologist), I say that the truth is somewhere in between these … Continue reading

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