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Estimated change in sea surface pH from the pre-industrial period (1700s) to the present day (1990s). Change caused by the invasion of anthropogenic CO2; Data from the Global Ocean Data Analysis Project and World Ocean Atlas climatologies / Picture by Plumbago, Wikimedia CC 2.5 Generic
 
Science & Discussion
The climate is studied by meteorologists, oceanographers, glaciologists, and other scientists, using ingenious techniques to ascertain environmental conditions throughout the Earth’s history, measure current conditions, and make predictions about what may happen in the future. However, some feel that interpretations of the scientific findings are taken too far. Read here about the techniques used in the study of climate, and issues surrounding public opinion on this topic.
 
 
Climate Studies
Abandoned Wells Can Be 'Super-Emitters' of Greenhouse Gas (2015)
Soil Science: Healing our Planet from the Ground Up (2011)
The Ocean's Uncharted Pathways (2009)
Checkup of Earth From on High (2001)
Global Climate Crucible (1993)
What Fish Can Hear About Changing Climate (1993)
Taking the Ocean's Temperature with Sound (1992)
Ice Cores: Windows to the Past (1990)
NCAR: Global Climate Academy (1989)
 

Awareness

Earth Week: In A Drought, Which Trees Risk Death?
 (2016)
Coral Reefs: One of Earth’s Most Diverse Ecosystems (2016)
Disclosures on Fracking Lacking, Study Finds (2016)
Students Bring Fresh Perspective to Environmental Issues (2015)
U.S. Scientists Launch Wake-Up Campaign on Climate Change (2014)
Climate Change Teaches Some Lessons (2013)
Pediatricians for a Healthy Environment (2013)
Fiscal Cliff? Try a Climate Cliff (2013)
'Black Swans' and 'Perfect Storms' Excuses for Bad Risk Management (2012)
Time is Running Out (2008)
The Selling of Global Warming (1998)
The Many Excesses of Ecojournalism (1995)
Reporting on Environmentalists: No Objectivity Here (1992)
Rival Philosophies of the Earth (1992)
The Siren Song of Environmentalism (1989)
 
 


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