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Weather and Climate Related Discussions
Global climate change Joe: One of the first
things we talk about in my environmental science class is
the Precautionary Principle which says if there is
sufficient evidence for a phenomenon that could be dangerous
than you do the right thing for yourself, your children, and
humanity and take steps to abate the problem....
more » Feb 13, 2010.
Climate change Hello Everyone, I little
over a week ago I asked my friend Dr. Lee Frelich if he
would consider summarizing some of the best sources of
information on climate change and the main arguments that
favor the current hypothesis of anthropogenic cause for the
rise in CO2 levels. I fully realized Lee has a very busy
schedule, and at first was hesitant to ask, but I saw a
genuine need to shine the light of objectivity onto the
subject for ENTS members and others involved in the Forest
Futures debates. As everyone in the list knows, Lee is a
highly respected scientist who is frequently called upon to
give expert testimony on the effects of climate change,
however it happens, on forests and individual tree species.
Lee's position or income does not depend on being on one
side or the other of the climate change debate. He is a
cool-headed scientist who follows the data and he will not
throw his hat into the ring of impassioned individuals who
spend their time battling it out over the Internet. But Lee
has always been very gracious about responding to questions
for the good of ENTS members....
more » Feb 13, 2010.
Bristlecone Pines as signals of climate change
Nov. 17, 2009
Question on Global Warming Oct. 29,
- Hotter in the NE
June 18, 2009
- Climate Change Info
June 17, 2009
- High elevation forest response to climate change and other factors
- All tapped out. Sugar Maple crisis
— The Daily Climate
April 08, 2009
- Birds are Moving North Too
- Trees Migrating North Due to Warming
Hundreds Protest Global Warming !