A NASA-led modeling study provides new evidence that global warming may increase the risk for extreme rainfall and drought.
I gave this homework assignment to my Agroclimatology class today. Perhaps you would like to try it?
Homework Problem: Do you believe that global warming is real?
Please read the articles and watch the YouTube video at the following links and provide me with a 1 page argument either for or against man-made global warming. (If you are not in my class, you don’t have to submit the 1 page argument, however, you may want to leave a comment below.)
Climate Change: ‘Hoax’ Or Crime Of The Century?
Most Used Climate Myths and what the science says….
TEDxTheEvergreenStateCollege – David Roberts – Climate Change is Simple
Las 6 personas arrestadas el 15 de diciembre de 2011, en la Reserva Agrícola de Santa Isabel, por defender la soberanía alimentaria de Puerto Rico, han decidido renunciar al proceso de Vista Preliminar (VP) por considerarlo un proceso que se ha llevado de una forma amañada y pro forma. La decisión tomada la expresarán en ……(leer más)
Quantifying how greenhouse gases contribute to extreme weather is a crucial step in calculating the cost of human influence
Climate Variability and Climate Change: The New Climate Dice
Study links global warming to Texas heat waves
Scientists attribute extreme weather to man-made climate change
Crazy summer is a result of ‘global weirding’, not warming
State of the Climate – NOAA’s June Report
The National Academies, the nation’s preeminent independent scientific advisory body, has released a series of videos building on themes laid out in its America’s Climate Choices reports over the past couple of years. Above, you can watch the material as a single long video. Below you can find links to seven themed sections:
SEGURIDAD ALIMENTARIA by Dra. Gladys M. González Martínez
This article by Dra. González (page 103) is excellent. Although she speaks in general terms about food security, she provides a detailed analysis of the situation in Puerto Rico. For years I have heard that we import around 85% of our food from outside the island, but I had never seen an official statement. Dra. González provides it in this paper along with other critically important data about our agriculture and food security.