Dear all, Ole Humlum, professor of Physical Geography at the University of Oslo, has a very good climate website at http://www.climate4you.com/. He covers a range of subjects and his primary focus is on graphing a whole range of data in order … [Read more...] about New Climate Website: Ole Humlum
Archives for September 2008
From a commodity hunted for its bone and blubber to a potent symbol of the environment, the whale has long held value. Read more at BBC News. … [Read more...] about The Whale as a Symbol Through Time
Physicist and historian, Spencer R. Weart, recently penned an article for the popular blog RealClimate in which he explained: “Physics is rich in phenomena that are simple in appearance but cannot be calculated in simple terms. Global … [Read more...] about The Physics of Global Warming is Complicated: A Note from Barry Moore
Folks, I have just received this notification. GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE - Australian Law and Policy This book was launched at the University of Western Australia Co-op Bookshop yesterday. It is by David Hodgkinson (Special Counsel, … [Read more...] about Global Climate Change Law and Policy Book
Hi Jennifer, This article disputing the percentage of Australian agricultural produce that is exported appeared on Agmates at the end of August. I feel it should have a wider airing, especially if we have all been misled about this … [Read more...] about How Much of Australian Agricultural Production is Exported?
"Hundreds of new kinds of animal species, including 130 colourful corals, have been discovered. The extraordinary creatures were found by researchers systematically exploring waters off two islands on the Great Barrier Reef and a reef off … [Read more...] about New Reef Creatures