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- Climate change: An activity. Lewis, Gary // Australian Science Teachers Journal;Dec95, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p74
Reports that past climates of the earth are known as palaeoclimates. Climatic evidence; Fossil evidence; Foraminifera; Terrace temperatures activity; Terrace temperatures.
- The madhouse effect. // Science Scope;Jan94, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p6
Discusses the temperature changes of the planet Earth through the ages from cold and ice to the warm periods being experienced nowadays. Implications of geologic clues found in the Bahamas Banks; Effect of the cooling of Earth during the Sangamonian Age; Possible effect of the glacial surge to...
- Makassar Strait, Sulawesi Margin, Indo-Pacific Warm Pool. // CO2 Science;12/9/2009, Vol. 12 Issue 48, Special Section p1
The article discusses research done on 2,000-year-long temperature and hydrology reconstructions from the Indo-Pacific warm pool by D. W. Oppo, Y. Rosenthal, and B. K. Linsley, published in a 2009 issue of "Nature."
- The Effect of Changes in Observational Coverage on the Association between Surface Temperature and the Arctic Oscillation. Broccoli, Anthony J.; Delworth, Thomas L.; Lau, Ngar-Cheung // Journal of Climate;Jun2001, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p2481
The effect of changes in observational coverage on the association between the Arctic oscillation (AO) and extratropical Northern Hemisphere surface temperature is examined. A coupled atmosphere�ocean model, which produces a realistic simulation of the circulation and temperature patterns...
- Tracing the ups and downs of the mercury. O'Leary, Jim // Odyssey;Apr96, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p5
Presents ways of determining the earth's temperature in the past, which could be useful in predicting future effects of the atmosphere's warming. Examination of tree rings for a record of climate change; Information from cores drilled from ice sheets; Occurrence of a `Little Ice Age' from 1400...
- HEAT'S UP! Vilar, Miguel // Science World;05/08/2000, Vol. 56 Issue 14, p5
Examines how fast the Earth's climate is heating up.
- Rhythm and clues. Seife, Charles // Earth;Aug97, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p22
Focuses on the mystery of earth's temperature. Ancient astronomer's belief about the planet earth; Processes involved to link orbital variations to cold and warm periods in earth's history; Climate cycle and operation; Astrophysicists findings about the three orbital cycles; Causes and...
- Complete urban surface temperatures. Voogt, J.A.; Oke, T.R. // Journal of Applied Meteorology;Sep97, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p1117
Presents a study in which an observation program using ground and airborne thermal infrared radiometers is used to estimate the surface temperature of urban areas. Methods used to estimate the surface temperature; What the results for three different land-use areas in the city of Vancouver,...
- Lightning clues to the world's temperature. // New Scientist;9/25/93, Vol. 139 Issue 1892, p15
Reports on the use of the amount of lightning activity to determine the average global temperature. Convection as the link between lightning and the Earth's temperature; Analogy of the Earth's behavior with a spherical capacitor; Measurement of the ionosphere's potential; Confirmation of...