Archives for July 10, 2013

A talk by Sheril Kirshenbaum, Director of The Energy Poll at The University of Texas at Austin, in four parts: Part I: Part II: Part III: Part IV:

The Pine Island Glacier, in West Antarctica, drains (as ice and water) a measurable percent of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. It is probably the case that glaciers in this area of the Antarctic contribute more of the ice to water transition than any other glacial region in the world, so how they melt is…

Nasa Earth Observatory has a photograph of the recent derailment of a train of Bakken Crude burning and/or exploding in a small town in Quebec. The death total from this event is still unknown. I believe there are about 13 known dead but several are missing and believed to have been incinerated to the point…