Monthly Archives: June 2022

On the Vital Importance of Atmospheric Hydroxyl Radical (OH*) Chemistry For Removal of Methane

Jun 27, 2022 In this video I delve into the details of the hydroxyl radical (OH*). This extremely reactive molecule is known as the “detergent of the atmosphere” and is the major scrubber of methane in the atmosphere. Methane levels … Continue reading

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Canada’s Recent DERECHO was a DOOZY: The Science and Impacts of Derechos, Downbursts, and Tornados

Jun 9, 2022 I was on an island in cottage country on Saturday May 21st, 2022 when Canada’s first Derecho since 1999 passed over me like a freight train. Fortunately, there were no tornados or downbursts in my immediate vicinity, … Continue reading

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Climate Change Impacts on El Niño — La Niña (ENSO) Variability and the Severe Global Consequences

Jun 1, 2022 Description, detailed discussion of El Niño and La Niña. ———- ———— Ref: Use of Climate Reanalyzer. SST Anomaly.———- ———– Ref 2: Ref: The Walker Circulation: ENSO’s Atmospheric Buddy, by Tom Di LibertoPublished August 1, 2014 Updated October … Continue reading

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