Monthly Archives: April 2015

Claim: Climate change ‘may’ be responsible for the abrupt collapse of Tibetan civilization around 2000BC

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
From Washington State University: Closing the Case on an Ancient Archeological Mystery Solving 4,000-year-old mystery helps WSU archeologist find useful resource for a warmer future Barley cultivation in Jiuzhaigou National Park hasn’t changed…

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California Drought Report #10

Originally posted on Sierra Foothill Commentary:
The New York Times: In California, a Wet Era May Be Ending The drought, now in its fourth year, is by many measures the worst since the state began keeping records of temperature and…

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The Large Cliff Top Pueblos at Mesa Verde, Colorado and Treeflow Data from Lees Ferry, Arizona

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Guest essay by Samuel I Outcalt The Data: The major tourist attractions at Mesa Verde National Park (near Cortez, Colorado) are the large cliff top pueblos inhabited by the Anasazi between 1128 and…

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NOAA ENSO Model Now Forecasting a Supercalifragilistic El Niño for 2015/16 Season

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Guest Post by Bob Tisdale First: Congratulations to the teeny-tiny 2014/15 El Niño. It’s now official. NOAA included it as an “official warm event” on their Oceanic NINO Index this week. NOAA’s CFS.v2…

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