Arctic Climate Change Watch

Climate Change Watch

Climate Change Watch

[ video ] Classrooms For Climate
[ video ] {upcoming} Changing Biomes
[ video ] {upcoming} Hydrology
[ video ] {upcoming} Permafrost
[ video ] Fire In Alaska

People: Scott Rupp, Jennifer Barnes, Sergey Marchenko, Vladimir Romanovsky, Teresa Hollingsworth

Two new videos about computational science: Modeling Climate and Designing Supercomputers (Liz O’Connell) Computational Science, Climate Change
International Polar Week and Climate Predictions in Ice (Laura Nielsen) Historical Climate, Climate Change
Alaska’s view of the new sea-ice minimum (Ned Rozell) The Icy Cryosphere, Sea Ice
Ocean Acidification (Laura Nielsen) Marine Research, Climate Change
A Portal to Toolik Field Station (Laura Nielsen) Initiatives, Climate Change
The oceans are our neighbors too (Laura Nielsen) Marine Research, Climate Change
Extreme Weather, Extreme Christmas Tree (Liz O’Connell) Climate Change
Dramatic report card for the Arctic in 2012 (Ned Rozell) Climate Change, Weather
Dust on the Sun’s mirror (Laura Nielsen) Climate Change
Carbon in permafrost and tomorrow’s atmosphere (Laura Nielsen) Permafrost, Climate Change
A walrus at the edge of the ice (Laura Nielsen) Conservation, Sea Ice
Alaska bucks the global temperature trend (Ned Rozell) Climate Change, Weather
Algae in the changing Arctic ecosystem (Laura Nielsen) Biology
Plants march north (Laura Nielsen) Biology, Climate Change
New insights: global warming drivers in the 20th century and beyond (Laura Nielsen) Climate Change
Eyes on Columbia Glacier’s retreat (Laura Nielsen) The Icy Cryosphere, Climate Change
Tiny aerosol particles, big global impacts (Laura Nielsen) The Atmosphere
Under pressure: Arctic trends sparking extreme weather at large (Laura Nielsen) Climate Change
Ice restrains the floodgates (Laura Nielsen) The Icy Cryosophere, Sea Ice, Climate Change
Humble lemmings are an Arctic keystone species (Laura Nielsen) Conservation, Climate Change
Wildfires across our hot planet (Laura Nielsen) Wildfires
Earth’s orbital dynamics (Laura Nielsen) The Earth in Space
Orbital dynamics and climate (Laura Nielsen) The Earth in Space, Historical Climate
Safeguarding plants in an uncertain climate future (Laura Nielsen) Biology, Climate Change
Assisted migration could help plants find a new home (Laura Nielsen) Biology, Climate Change
A continent of ice on the wane (Ned Rozell) The Icy Cryosphere, Climate Change
Alaska in the 2013 Arctic turmoil (Laura Nielsen) Climate Change, Weather
A new interchange for scientific solutions to real world problems (Laura Nielsen) Initiatives, Climate Change

Climate Change Watch project

Related: Computational Science, Permafrost, Modeling Arctic Waters

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4 Responses to “Climate Change Watch”

Lewis Brower on April 15th, 2011 9:51 pm:

how much of a change in temperature is noticeable between 1990 and present day for permafrost,
how would you expect to communicate what this change means to people who rely on this permafrost for sustainable lifestyle


"Sergey Marchenko" on April 30th, 2011 4:02 am:

The permafrost temperature increased by 0.5-2 deg C during this time period. Papers supporting this amount are posted on the FS home page. The papers come from a special issue of Permafrost and periglacial Processes Journal.

How will this temperature rise affect you in your community? What will you have to do to live in the warmer temperatures.


Sheldon I. Katchatag on March 21st, 2012 12:16 pm:

ANYONE (At All?) Monitoring CHUKCHI Ice MOVEMENT?
WITHIN the Last Week,due to the Prevailing Northerly Winds that persisted (AND ‘What’ else?) – in SPITE of the Record or Near-Record COLD Temperatures that Northwestern Alaska has had in November, December, January and March – the Arctic Ocean /CHUKCHI Sea IcePack BEGAN ‘Calving’ Ice Floes South from the Bering Strait. VISIBLE on their Website at “www.arh.noaa.gov”, Click on ‘POES’ Satellite / ‘Loop’, from NOAA’s Polar Orbiting Satellites ’4f2f’ and ’4abf’, the Northerly Winds BROKE-UP a Widening Lead 500 MILES Long, that stretched UPWIND and Widened to 150-200 MILES Wide Northwest of Barrow!


Sheldon I. Katchatag on March 23rd, 2012 3:58 pm:

VISIBLE on their Website at “www.arh.noaa.gov”, Click on ‘POES’ Satellite / ‘Loop’, from NOAA’s Polar Orbiting Satellites ’4f2f’ and ’4abf’, the Northerly Winds BROKE-UP a Widening Lead 500 MILES Long, that stretched UPWIND and Widened to 150-200 MILES Wide Northwest of Barrow!
Today’s Satellite Loop show even MORE dramatic CHUKCHI Sea/Arctic Ocean IcePack Floe Movements in response to the Prevailing Easterly/Norhteasterly Winds:
ALL the Arctic Ocean Icepack WEST of the lead (mentioned in my previous post, above)that formed along Alaska’s Northwestern Coast has BEGUN moving West, South of the Russian Wrangell Island!
It appears that there a Miles-WIDE Leads in the Arctic Ocean IcePack that go from BOTH the Bering Strait AND the Siberian Arctic Coast West of Wrangell ALL the way to the NORTH Pole!


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