20 Things That Will Benefit From Global Warming
- TOO HOT TO HANDLE. Lew, Kristi // Current Health 2;Apr/May2007, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p26
The article offers a look at health-related problems associated with global warming.
- Cooling Tokyo's hotspots - naturally. Burns, Cameron M. // Ecos;Sep/Oct2004, Issue 121, p14
Cites key research findings on global warming and climate in Tokyo, Japan, since 1990. Methods and systems for cooling Tokyo; Efforts involving mimicking nature by building air-cooling, air-cleansing rooftop gardens; Implications on climatology.
- APPENDIX VI: INSTANCES OF GLOBAL WARMING. // Weather: How It Works & Why It Matters;2001, p213
The article provides information about the instances of global warming that relates to the chapters of the book "Weather: How it Works and Why it Matters," by Arthur Upgren and Jurgen Stock.
- Arctic vigil to fill the climate gap. Kiernan, Vincent // New Scientist;03/01/97, Vol. 153 Issue 2071, p8
Focuses on the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA) project. Funding from the United States National Science Foundation; Climate models on how global warming will affect the Arctic; Heating of ocean through melting of reflective ice and snow; Effectiveness of clouds in stopping the...
- Global Warming Could Put Northwest in Hot Water. Mazza, Patrick // Earth Island Journal;Winter99/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p10
Reports on the impact of global warming on the ecology of the Northwestern states. Implications to water supply; Solutions offered to slow down global warming.
- Weathering heights. Phillips, David // Canadian Geographic;May/Jun96, Vol. 116 Issue 3, p25
Assesses the state of extreme weather conditions in Canada and highlights a possible linkage to global warming. Insight on average temperature of world in 1996; Predictions of computer atmospheric models; Suggestions from climatologists; Information on hottest days in Canada for 1995; Effects...
- Sun 'not to blame' for global warming. // New Scientist;3/2/91, Vol. 129 Issue 1758, p23
Cites key research findings by British climatologists in 1991 indicating that the warming of the world since the 19th century cannot be explained by changes in the sun. Absence of changes in solar variations since 1874; Changes in the sun's output of radiation and its effects on energy input at...
- Alaska's climate: Too hot to handle. Whitfield, John // Nature;9/25/2003, Vol. 425 Issue 6956, p338
Investigates the warming of Alaska's climate. Impact of the warming climate on the area's environment; Rise in the population of spruce bark beetle in the country as a result of the changing climate; Creation of regional models to determine the effects of climate change on the country; Dangers...
- Rock bottom. // New Scientist;7/10/93, Vol. 139 Issue 1881, p11
Reports on the completion of the Greenland Ice Sheet Project. Drilling to the bottom of Greenland ice sheet; Record of climate in the northern hemisphere over the past 250,000 years; Depth.
- The White House meets the greenhouse. // Earth Island Journal;Spring91, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p12
Reports on the temperature in Washington, D.C. on February 4, 1991 during the holding of an international conference on global warming. Achievement of the 70-degree temperature; Average temperatures on earth in the 1980s.