NSTA Science Update: Pulse of the Planet: The State of the Climate in 2019, 9/18/2019 - Shared screen with speaker view
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Where does the heat come from in the El Nino?
What's El Nino and La Nina?
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We see the cursor
Do you have a link for this graph?
You will have access to the slides in the Collection after the program.
Does that mean the light blue line implies that even if we didn't pollute that the Earth would still heat?
Effect of pollution absorbing more?
As in black snow
You can find the State of the Climate at ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/
thanks! cool stuff!
Are all the permafrost locations in Alaska?
In the graph that you showed?
same time of year?
Will you talk about how water vapor plays out?
Is increased humidity adding to this problem?
Oscillating orange or brown lines indicate growth rate of each of the 3 GHGs?
Where do you find that graph?
Kids keep bringing up that maybe heat is escaping faster from the core.
I had a question from a student asking about the carbon dioxide levels in the Carboniferous Period being so much greater than levels now, yet temperatures allowed life on Earth. Any thoughts on how to address this?
Outstanding explanation. Let’s keep going.
That’s a great analogy.
I heard some marine benthic organisms such as clams tend to move northward or offshore to deeper water in response to warmer water temperature.
What are the ramifications of warming on agriculture - world-wide, but also in the US?
Looking at the map around the country, it is interesting to notice that most of MS and AL are cooler, while southernmost areas, such as southern end of TX and FL, are warmer. Any thoughts on that?
Does a cooler lower stratosphere impact the severity of storms or is it the difference in temp throughout the troposphere that drives weather formation?
Are you seeing that storm surge kicking up blue carbon is having an effect?
So eloquent and passionate. Thank you.
Deke Arndt: Derek.Arndt@noaa.govNational Centers for Environmental Information: Asheville (Climate)https://www.ncei.noaa.govhttp://www.facebook.com/NOAANCEIclimate
I am sure my students will respond to this story
Thank you for sharing.
WOWOWOW——Thank you for sharing!
thank you for sharing!
Deke, Thank you for your presentation and story.
We need to always remember those times!
Thank you for that story!
This was great! Thank you
Rick Jones, UH West Oahu
Super! Really appreciate all the great information.