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13 January 2018

It’s a New World; You Can Attend A Great Science Conference from Home

I’m just back from the AMS Annual Meeting, and like the much larger AGU meeting, it’s impossible to make every talk. That’s ok because it’s 2018 and (thanks to scientific discoveries) you just go online and watch what you missed! I did not make the AGU in New Orleans this year, but many of those talks are now online, and I plan on sharing some of my favorites here over the next …


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15 December 2017

Take Three Minutes and Study These Two Graphs

One of the biggest science meetings on the planet is underway in New Orleans right now. The AGU meeting is huge and a LOT of newsmaking science comes out of it. This year is no different. The AMS published a special edition of the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS) to coincide with this conference and the AMS annual meeting that I’m looking forward to attending in Austin next month. …


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13 December 2016

Arctic Warmth is the Talk of the AGU Meeting In San Francisco. You Can See Many Talks Online.

Wishing you could attend the big American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco? I couldn’t make it this year either, but just click on the image above to watch many of the major talks at one of the world’s largest science meetings  (some are live, and others are on demand).  A LOT of science news will come out of here this week, and just today the 2016 Arctic Report Card …


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11 December 2012

IPCC Climate Forecast from 1990- Amazingly Accurate.

  Read the blog post below BEFORE watching the Carl Sagan lecture from last weeks AGU Annual meeting. I missed this year’s but I will be there in 2013. It’s the biggest Earth Science meeting on the planet. There is probably no scientific body that has been ridiculed by those who know nothing about science more than the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. So much so that if someone criticizes them you can be …


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