Tag Archives: Temperature Gradient

Linking Mid-Latitude Extreme Weather Events to Arctic Amplification; Complexities Abound

Apr 16, 2021 One of the obvious consequences of abrupt climate system change is the large increase we have experienced in the frequency, severity, and duration of extreme weather events. In addition, these events are happening in regions where they … Continue reading

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What Happens in the Arctic Doesn’t Stay in the Arctic–Not Like Vegas

Demise of Arctic Sea-Ice: Part 1 of 2 // Published on Aug 16, 2016 There is very little Arctic sea-ice left this year. The trend is a rapid decline to essentially nothing (- 1 million square km); the “blue-ocean event” … Continue reading

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Paul Beckwith Interviewed by Nick Breeze, Paris 2015

Paul:  The Sharpness of Non-Linear Change. dk:  The work of the esteemed Nick Breeze of Envisionation is universally excellent.  He is no fool.  Besides filmmaking, he is robust in communications and culture and does a ton of work involving a lot of people … Continue reading

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