Where there's smoke or smog, there's climate change

Jan 15, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Science Daily

It's second only to carbon dioxide, according to a four-year assessment by an international panel.

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“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

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Big Up to Morph & Chad in the snow hole.

Have a nice day: Ag
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Where there is sun and wind we have climate change.

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Jan 17, 2013
 
Adrian Godsafe MSc wrote:
Big Up to Morph & Chad in the snow hole.
Ag
The EPA is getting involved now, but it is voluntary unfortunately.

EPA launches new voluntary program to help reduce harmful soot pollution

WASHINGTON – The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced a new voluntary clean air program,'PM Advance,' to help communities continue to meet soot pollution standards, improve air quality and protect public health.

PM Advance focuses on working with communities to develop strategies for reducing harmful fine particle emissions.

Soot, also known as fine particle pollution (PM2.5), can penetrate deep into the lungs and has been linked to a wide range of serious health effects, including premature death, heart attacks, and strokes, as well as acute bronchitis and aggravated asthma among children.

On December 14, 2012, EPA updated the national air quality standards for PM 2.5 by revising the annual standard to 12 micrograms per cubic meter (ug/m3). Updated last in 1997, the revised annual standard will have major economic benefits with comparatively low costs. EPA estimates health benefits of the revised standard would range from $4 billion to over $9 billion per year.

The PM Advance program is designed to help communities who meet current standards continue to meet the standards. Early work to reduce fine particles, such as PM Advance participation, can be incorporated into required planning. Through the program, participants will commit to taking specific steps to reduce fine particle pollution, such as putting in place a school bus retrofit program or an air quality action day program, while EPA will supply technical advice, outreach information, and other support.

While federal rules are expected to ensure that most areas meet the new standards, areas can participate in PM Advance to help them remain in attainment.

More information: http://epa.gov/ozonepmadvance/
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Jan 18, 2013
 
More scientific science fiction cut and paste. Looking forward to your own published work.
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Mann was awarded the Phillip M. Orville Prize in 1997 for an outstanding dissertation in the earth sciences at Yale University. His co-authorship of a scientific paper published by Nature won him an award from the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) in 2002, and another co-authored paper published in the same year won the NOAA's outstanding scientific publication award. He was named by Scientific American as one of fifty "leading visionaries in science and technology." The Association of American Geographers awarded him the John Russell Mather Paper of the Year award in 2005 for a co-authored paper published in the Journal of Climate. The American Geophysical Union awarded him its Editors' Citation for Excellence in Refereeing in 2006 to recognize his contributions in reviewing manuscripts for its Geophysical Research Letters journal.[37]

The IPCC presented Mann with a personalized certificate "for contributing to the award of the Nobel Peace Prize for 2007 to the IPCC", celebrating the joint award of the Nobel Peace Prize to the IPCC and to Al Gore. The 2007 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the IPCC as an organisation, and the prize was not an award to any individual involved with the IPCC.[38] The IPCC officially states that the certificates were issued "to scientists that had contributed substantially to the preparation of IPCC reports. Such certificates, which feature a copy of the Nobel Peace Prize diploma, were sent to coordinating lead authors, lead authors, review editors, Bureau members, staff of the technical support units and staff of the secretariat from the IPCC’s inception in 1988 until the award of the prize in 2007. The IPCC has not sent such certificates to contributing authors, expert reviewers and focal points."[38][39] In his 2012 book Mann noted an IPCC meeting in 2009 celebrating the prize, where Working Group 1 co-chair Susan Solomon highlighted the personal sacrifice that he and Benjamin D. Santer had made in the name of the IPCC.[40]

In 2012, he was elected a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union[2] and awarded the Hans Oeschger Medal of the European Geosciences Union.[37] He has been elected by the American Meteorological Society to become a new Fellow of the society in 2013, as one of the small number selected each year.[41]

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More useless babble cut and pastes scientific science fiction from the space out spacedoutblues.
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Repeat: Professor Muller could do all that at Berkeley because he's a real PhD.
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More useless babble cut and pastes scientific science fiction from the space out spacedoutblues
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Dr Hansen could do all that because he's a real PhD.
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More useless babble cut and pastes scientific science fiction from the space out spacedoutblues. And you have nothing but "ONY" whatever that would be. Do tell all were still waiting for your answer.

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PHD wrote:
More useless babble cut and pastes scientific science fiction from the space out spacedoutblues. And you have nothing but "ONY" whatever that would be. Do tell all were still waiting for your answer.
What a troll. Both sides appear to vote him down/be ashamed of this nutcase.
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Wallop10 wrote:
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What a troll. Both sides appear to vote ME down. I AM ashamed of ME the nutcase.
Well get help.

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Jan 20, 2013
 
SpaceBlues wrote:
Dr Hansen could do all that because he's a real PhD.
Not just any ordinary PHD

James Hansen has been the head of NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies since 1981.

He began his career doing primary research modeling Venus' atmosphere to explain why the planet is hotter than Mercury.(Venus' atmosphere is 95% CO2) This naturally led to the same computer codes being used to understand the Earth's atmosphere. He used these codes to study the effects that aerosols and trace gases through the development and use of global climate models.

Hansen was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1996 for his "development of pioneering radiative transfer models and studies of planetary atmospheres; development of simplified and three-dimensional global climate models; explication of climate forcing mechanisms; analysis of current climate trends from observational data; and projections of anthropogenic impacts on the global climate system.

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