Choose NASA for your climate science resources.
Thanks go to the fossil fuel industry for its early carbon dioxide research.
When Exxon Knew - Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez On Climate Change - Exxon - Discussion of the Global Climate Coalition (GCC)
|1965 American Petroleum Institute Proceedings: Time is Running Out (PDF - P 13)||1978 Exxon Memo on Greenhouse Effect|
Climate Deception: Climate Deception Documents - Fossil Fuel Document Index Page (Top Ten Narratives - New) - Fossil Fuel Documents - - 1996 Global Climate Coalition Science and Technology April Minutes and Membership (pdf begin on page 3) -
New Pages summarizing IPCC Ocean and Cryosphere findings: Ocean Acidification (underconstruction), Ocean Oxygen Loss (working paper), Ocean Warming (underconstruction) - IPCC Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate
Climate Science Chronology - Some Early and Important Work on Climate Science, Carbon Dioxide, and Human Influence
Science: Acid Oceans - Arctic Sea Ice Blog - Arctic Sea Ice - Berkley Earth - Carbon Brief - Climate Reanalyzer - Climate Science - Earth Nullschool (Fun animated Earth with overlays, move globe with cursor) - Global Warming and Climate Change (simplified) - Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) - IPCC Climate Change and Land - National Academy of Science - Global Temperature (NASA) - News Analysis - Hourly Forecast Maps - Oceanography - Real Climate for frequently updated climate science discussion - Sea Level Institute - Skeptical Science answers cherry picking deniers with current climate science - Temperature Converter - The Basics of Climate Change (The Royal Society) - The Discovery of Global Warming - The Worldvies, NASA (calls for patience while offering powerful rewards. Add layers to create desired fields of interest, like sea ice melting.)
Important Videos from Potholder54, "checking facts and busting junk science: Top 10 climate change myths - - Of course the world isn't ending in 12 years - - How accurate are scientific predictions about climate? - - Potholder54 at Youtube.
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Think Globally - Act Locally
"You can argue about the amount of climate change or the weather, but you cannot argue about ocean acidification." Dr. Katharine Hayhoe.
From space we see 7 continents dividing a Global Ocean into five killer oceans; at sea level, nations square off for the next world war over dwindling ocean resources and new acidic conditions.
What causes "killer oceans"?
Carbon dioxide (CO 2) absorbed by ocean water changes to carbonic acid (H2CO3). Prove it to yourself. Blow into a straw placed in a glass of water. Your water becomes more acidic with the addition of your body's exhaled C O 2. A pH stick will show the results.
With rising atmospheric and ocean CO2 levels since the start of the Industrial Revolution, 270 parts per million (ppm) to today's 410 ppm, ocean acidification increases, altering ocean balances. Life cannot adapt fast enough; hence "killer oceans."
More, plastic pollution also plays a major role in causing killer oceans while over fishing adds to the needless loss of sea life. Then there's inappropriate fishing technologies destroying species-populations and their habitat. Finally, even now, poaching kills off the last survivors.
Arctic Ocean Video - - The Arctic is the fastest warming place on Earth. The 7th Generation will pay our fossil fuel costs, a type of intergenerational welfare. They have no voice, no vote.
NASA studies Earth more than any other planet. NASA planetary studies show that Earth is the one place in our solar system where humans can live. Sevante Arrhenius' 1896 climate findings become more certain through NASA research; yet, humanity ignores past and present climate science at its peril. Why It's Important That NASA Studies Both Earth and Outer Space