Category Archives: Rapid Climate Change

Salty Ocean Parts Getting Saltier; Fresher Parts Getting Fresher: From Amplified Hydrological Cycle

    Salty Ocean Parts Getting Saltier; Fresher Parts Getting Fresher: From Amplified Hydrological Cycle // Sep 25, 2020 We know that as climate change accelerates wet regions of the planet are getting wetter and dry regions of the planet … Continue reading

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How Tropical Cyclones, Hurricanes, Typhoons Change the Strength and Waviness of Jet Streams

How Tropical Cyclones, Hurricanes, Typhoons Change the Strength and Waviness of Jet Streams: 1 of 3 // Sep 17, 2020 My main intention in this 3 part video series is to show you how large cyclones (hurricanes, tropical cyclones, typhoons, … Continue reading

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Find Out Soon, How Low Will the Big Arctic Ocean Slushy Go

Paul Beckwith: Post-doom with Michael Dowd // Sep 6, 2020 This conversation with climate systems scientist and abrupt climate change expert, Paul Beckwith, was recorded August 31, 2020. ——— ———– Most damaging atmospheric rivers 1978–2017 How Low Will the Big … Continue reading

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Going, Going. Arctic Sea Ice Soon to be Gone

Arctic Sea Ice Status: Going. Going. Soon to be Gone // Sep 3, 2020 In this first of a new series of videos I chat about Arctic Sea Ice. We are approaching the yearly minimum, and it is a toss … Continue reading

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Record High Greenland Ice Sheet Melt

Record High Greenland Ice Sheet Melt // Aug 25, 2020 Years with near record lows of Arctic sea-ice are often associated with a persistent jet stream ridge (blocking high) over Greenland. This means very low snowfall in the winter to … Continue reading

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Comparing Contemporary Abrupt Arctic Climate Change to Paleoclimate Dansgaard-Oeschger Oscillations

Comparing Contemporary Abrupt Arctic Climate Change to Paleoclimate Dansgaard-Oeschger Oscillations // Aug 21, 2020 The ongoing rapid destruction of Arctic sea-ice is having profound effects on our overall climate system, and will soon likely reduce our ability to grow food. … Continue reading

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Greenland Tragedy, Fractured Sea Ice at Mercy of Wind, Waves, Currents, Sun

Arctic Sea Ice Status Update, and a Tragedy in Greenland // Aug 14, 2020 We are 4-5 weeks away from our yearly Arctic Sea Ice mid-September minimum. I chat on present Arctic sea ice status and loss trends. Gone are … Continue reading

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Rising Risk, Global Methane Budget: No Methane Bomb in Arctic YET

Global Methane Budget: No “Methane Bomb” in the Arctic YET. Risk is RISING // Jul 27, 2020 The latest science on the Global Methane Budget was recently published in a landmark paper authored by over 70 multidisciplinary scientists. No methane … Continue reading

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Bizarre Warm Weather Thunderstorms, Occurring in High Arctic Near North Pole

Warm Weather Thunderstorms are Bizarrely Occurring in the High Arctic Near the North Pole // Jul 10, 2020 The Arctic has warmed so fast that warm weather thunderstorms now occur in the Arctic reaching a record latitude of 85 degrees … Continue reading

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