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Richard Alley: “The Biggest Control Knob: Carbon Dioxide in Earth’s Climate History”

Dan Moutal Published on Dec 10, 2012 From the 2009 AGO Fall meeting. Original here:… Global Climate Change Environmental Justice Environment Ethics

Abrupt Climate Change In The Arctic (And Beyond) An Update – Richard Alley

ClimateState Published on Dec 21, 2013 Follow ClimateState on facebook for climate research AGU Fall Meeting 2013 Our understanding of future Arctic change is informed by the history of past changes, which often have been both large and abrupt. … Continue reading

Richard Alley – Perspectives on Limits to Growth: World on the Edge

Smithsonian Published on Mar 15, 2012 We rely heavily on energy use, dominated by finite fossil fuels. We have high scientific confidence, based on solid physics, that burning most of the remaining fossil-fuel resource and releasing the carbon dioxide will … Continue reading

Session: Richard Alley: Ice Sheets, Sea Level, and Other Surprises: Benefits of Understanding Some Beautiful Places (2013 AAAS Annual Meeting (14-18 February 2013)) Evan Pugh Professor, Department of Geosciences, and Earth and Environmental Systems Institute, Pennsylvania State University Saturday, February 16, 2013: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM Room 302 (Hynes Convention Center) Dr. Alley is a geologist who studies the great ice sheets to … Continue reading

“Sea-Level Rise: Inconvenient, or Unmanageable?” Richard B. Alley

“Sea-Level Rise: Inconvenient, or Unmanageable?” Richard B. Alley

YaleUniversity Published on Nov 8, 2017 The warming climate is causing sea level to rise at an accelerating rate, and this is expected to continue, depending on human decisions about our energy system. Economic analyses generally show that efficient response … Continue reading

Alley and Rohrabacher: Brain vs Blowhard

greenman3610 Uploaded on Dec 2, 2010 Support Climate Denial Crock of the Week at Dana Rohrbacher is angling to be chairman of the Science and Technology committee. Richard Alley is the highly regarded expert on paleo-climate from Penn State. … Continue reading

Scientists forecast economic impacts of the drought on Central Valley agriculture

May 19, 2014 The drought has hit the Central Valley hard, as witnessed by these dry fields at Panoche Road, looking west, near San Joaquin, Calif. (Gregory Urquiaga/UC Davis photo) California’s drought will deal a severe blow to Central Valley … Continue reading

Understanding Natural Climate Cycles

NOVA PBS Official Published on Mar 18, 2019 The climate has changed on a schedule for millennia. But have humans broken this climate clock? NOVA on Facebook: NOVA on Twitter: @novapbs NOVA on Instagram: @novapbs PRODUCTION CREDITS Host: Caitlin … Continue reading

Classic: The Biggest Control Knob in Earths Climate

Climate State Published on Jan 13, 2019 In 2009, climate scientist Richard Alley (Pennsylvania State University) held the talk, “The Biggest Control Knob: Carbon Dioxide in Earth’s Climate History” (Bjerknes Lecture), at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. CO2 is, … Continue reading