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Climatologists in Medical News

Link shown between thunderstorms and asthma attacks in metro Atlanta area

...etween thunderstorms and increased hospital visits for asthma attacks has been known and studied worldwide for years, this is the first time a team of climatologists and epidemiologists has ever conducted a detailed study of the phenomenon in the American South. The team, studying a database consisting of more t...

Indo-American Develops Model Linking Human Activity to Climate Change

...has developed a new methodology to determine to what extent there is a connection between human activity and climate change. The model allows climatologists to relate extremes of a space and time variable like a 100-year rainfall at two locations or two time periods as well as extremes of two or more varia...

NASA Analysis Say 2005 Was The Warmest Year

...sonal warmings have occurred in Alaska, Siberia and the Antarctic Peninsula. And because these areas are remote and far away from major cities, climatologists believe that the warming is not due to the influence of pollution from urban areas. Edited (ANI) ...

El Ni?o cycles linked to cholera outbreaks

...al conditions for disease-causing organisms. Yet, the El Ni?o -cholera model should not be used to predict cholera outbreaks far into the future until climatologists learn more about the frequency of ENSOs over the long term....
Climatologists in Biological News

Crickets may predict human survivability during global warming

...are attempting to build a bridge between two fields that historically have had very little interaction," Winterhalter said. "By bringing together both climatologists and evolutionary ecologists, this project has the potential of making major advances in both fields." ...

February 2009 Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...Medieval Climate Anomaly Samuli Helama et al., Department of Geology, P.O. Box 64, University of Helsinki, 00014 Helsinki, Finland. Pages 175-178. climatologists from Finland report a severe multi-centennial drought in Northern Europe. This drought occurred during the late medieval times, approximately 1,000 ye...

Foretelling a major meltdown

... -- By discovering the meaning of a rare mineral that can be used to track ancient climates, Binghamton University geologist Tim Lowenstein is helping climatologists and others better understand what we're probably in for over the next century or two as global warming begins to crank up the heat and, ultimately, t...

What is really happening to the Greenland icecap?

...hat the immediate future holds for the Greenland ice cap. As Murray noted, recent high levels of thinning in the south and around the edges have taken climatologists by surprise, but there is no guarantee it will continue. "There is much uncertainty presently, because observations of thinning have come as a surpris...

Waterborne disease risk upped in Great Lakes

...onal weather patterns and, in particular, an increase in the number and intensity of severe rainfall events are predicted to accompany global warming. climatologists have already cataloged a decades-long trend toward more tempestuous weather, says Vavrus. "We have seen an uptick in the incidence of severe precip...

AGU Journal Highlights -- March 19, 2008

... 1. Higher CO 2 boosts phytoplankton in Antarctic waters Oceanographers and climatologists are intensely studying how the ocean acts as a source or a sink of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ). Under normal conditions, highly productive areas of the oce...

El Niño affected by global warming

... because its periodicity, which varies from 2 to 7 years, shows no regular time pattern. Research conducted over the past 25 years, by oceanographers, climatologists and meteorologists has much improved knowledge on the mechanisms generating an El Nio event. However, possible influence of other systems of climate v...

ASU researchers use NASA satellites to improve pollution modeling

...witnesses; but on the scale of countries, continents and oceans, having enough detectors is easier said than done. A team of air quality modelers, climatologists and air policy specialists at Arizona State University may soon change that. Under a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency, they have develop...

Are current projections of climate change-impacts on biodiversity misleading?

... Recent developments in general climate models have finally facilitated high resolution predictions of past climates. In collaboration with leading climatologists working on paleoclimate modeling in the United Kingdom, Drs. Arajo, Rahbek and colleagues provide the first comparative test capable of differentiatin...

How to manage forests in hurricane impact zones

...results of a case study based on the effects of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The past 10 hurricane seasons have been the most active on record, with climatologists predicting that heightened activity could continue for another 10 to 40 years. In early April, Colorado State University meteorologists predicted a ve...
Climatologists in Biological Technology

Stanford researchers find a quicker, cheaper way to sort isotopes

...asure the targeting precision of a specific drug by testing samples of urine and breath to see if the right organs have properly metabolized it. Also, climatologists can learn more about the ancient earth by studying carbon dioxide locked within cores of ice, Zare said. Zare and his students worked together wit...
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