Index

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Andy Russell's Blog
No summary available for this site.
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Angus Ferraro - A tiny soapbox for a climate researcher.
Non-technical summaries of climate research papers and thoughts on life as an early-career researcher.
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AtmosNews: Perspective
Putting current weather and climate events in context and sharing perspectives from across the weather, climate, and Earth system science community.
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Climate Lab Book
Experimenting in open climate science
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ClimateSnack
The writing skills improvement project for early career scientists. Blog posts from young and early career scientists who are actively trying to improve their writing and communication skills.
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Climatica
What do the climate experts say? How do scientists know the climate is changing? Climatica brings scientifically accurate information from the experts to you! Here you’ll find atmospheric chemists and physicists, geologists, oceanographers, glaciologists, ecologists, and other climate scientists writing about the topics they love to spend their lives researching.
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Four Degrees
Four Degrees explores issues in environmental geoscience published in the scientific literature, discussed in the political chamber and found in the media, and examines policy themes from an inter-disciplinary perspective. Flo and Marion discuss four degrees of geoscience: environmental geochemistry, climate change, policy and sustainability; and bring together ideas and concepts from these fields at the interface between science and society.
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Frontier Scientists
Sharing the Arctic's Newest Discoveries
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Generation Anthropocene
History is accelerating. Global population has crossed seven billion, the planet’s temperature continues its abrupt rise, and scientists warn we are in the midst of a new mass extinction. Transformations this enormous are rare in earth’s 4.6 billion year history and humankind’s planetary impact is geologic in scale. We have caused a new geologic age, and it has a name: The Anthropocene.
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Goodnight Earth
An Ode to Clean Energy and a Sustainable Future: discussions of peer-reviewed energy and climate research complemented with general discussions of the physics of where our energy comes from, how we harness it, and how this affects the world around us.
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Hot Air
A sciency travel blog and obscure Finnish radio show, about climate science and other curiosities.
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Hot Topic
No summary available for this site.
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More Grumbine Science
Thoughts and notes on science from another blogging Grumbine.
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Nexus
Research blog of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
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OnCirculation
Being a geoogist is not just about socks and sandals. Well not always.
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Open Malaria Warning
OMaWa research blog
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Open Mind
No summary available for this site.
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Paleowave
Paleowave is just another [geo/climate] science blog that predominantly focuses on a poorly represented area in the geoscientific blogosphere: paleoceanography & paleoseismology.
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RealClimate
Climate science from climate scientists...
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Science and Engineering for Sustainability
News about science and technology. Sustainable development. Climate change. Oceans, garbage and environment.
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Serendipity
Applying systems thinking to computing, climate and sustainability
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Simple Climate
Straightforwardly explaining climate change, so you can read, react and then get on with your life.
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Skeptical Science
Getting skeptical about global warming skepticism
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The Contemplative Mammoth
I blog about ecology and climate change over long time scales --ranging from the last ice age to the future-- and how our understanding of the past can help prepare us for the future. I also write about grad school and academia, share book reviews and interesting journal articles, and discuss science literacy, science communication in all forms...and the occasional dung fungus.
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The Terra Transcriber
Currently I am studying for a PhD, researching the behaviour and pattern of ice sheet retreat in Antarctica. This blog focuses on my interests of glaciers, climate change, the Earth’s system and effective science communication.
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To The Poles
Earth Science Research Blog
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TopologicOceans
Topologic Oceans: all things organic and algebraic
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Variable Variability
The overarching theme of almost all my scientific work is natural variability. Others often call it noise, reminiscent of measurement problems and inaccuracies, but variability is an innate characteristic of complex systems, such as the atmosphere, the climate system, the economy, society or evolution. Trying to understand it, describe it and use it, seems to me a more productive strategy than wishing it was not there and trying to average it away.
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