Monthly Archives: June 2020

Global Food Supply at RISK from Simultaneous Crop Losses Due to Specific Jet Stream Patterns

  My son Neil put him in the tree low down, and Shack wanted to go higher. Neil then took the photo, and climbed on a chair to get him down. He seemed to like it up there; he trusts … Continue reading

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Jet Stream Configurations: Consequences of Abrupt Climate Change

The Five Main Jet Stream Blocking Configurations and Consequences of Abrupt Climate Change /Jun 22, 2020 With slowing, wavier jet streams (less zonal; more meridional waves) the likelihood of atmospheric blocks is much greater. As I explained from a boat … Continue reading

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Change in Jet Stream Driving Abrupt Climate Change

      Jet Stream Change Driving and Responding to Abrupt Climate Change: Part 1 of Many // Jun 16, 2020 Throughout Earth history, physical changes in the jet stream (location, speed, waviness, width, etc.) have been vitally important for … Continue reading

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Aerosol Reductions Effects on Arctic Temperatures, Targets By Months

No Arctic Sea Ice in Aug and Sept for 2C Warming; July and Oct Sea Ice Vanishes at 2.5C: Part 1 of 2 // Jun 11, 2020 I continue studying the latest peer reviewed scientific studies on when we can … Continue reading

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What Happens to Sea Ice, After First Arctic Blue Ocean Event?

      After First Arctic BOE (Loss of All September Sea Ice) then What Happens Next to the Sea Ice? 1 of 2 // Jun 9, 2020 Many years ago I discussed my thoughts on how Arctic sea ice … Continue reading

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Arctic Sea Ice Trajectories from Observations and Models

Arctic Sea Ice Loss Projections From the Latest-and-Greatest Climate Simulation Models (CMIP6) // Jun 3, 2020 The latest, most sophisticated climate models of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP6) have been used to track Arctic Sea Ice Area and Volume … Continue reading

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