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Blogs about Atmospheric science

7 blogs about Atmospheric science.

  1. Clamsplaining
    “I'm Dan Killam. I'm an environmental scientist studying clams, climate, pollution, and conservation.” 🇺🇸

    Why I like scicomm on Mastodon!
    A geoduck clam (also called “elephant clams”) next to the elephant-like Mastodon mascot Over the last couple weeks, I’ve seen hundreds of academics, nerds and everyday people I know open new accounts on Mastodon, in …
    By Dan Killam, 1,225 words

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  2. The Climate is Going Great!
    “Track All the Changes to Climate and Climate Policy.”

  3. Dan's Wild Wild Science Journal - AGU Blogosphere
    By Dan Satterfield. 🇺🇸

    Note to AP and Fox News: A Storm Hit California, Not an Atmospheric River
    An atmospheric river is a plume of moisture that often shows up well on Satellite images over large oceans. If I see one associated with a storm, I know that it will likely be a …
    By Dan Satterfield, 109 words

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  4. RealClimate
    “Climate science from climate scientists...” By Gavin Schmidt, Michael Mann, Rasmus Benestad, Stefan Rahmstorf, Eric Steig. 🇩🇪 🇳🇴 🇺🇸

    Some new CMIP6 MSU comparisons
    We add some of the CMIP6 models to the updateable MSU [and SST] comparisons. After my annual update, I was pointed to some MSU-related diagnostics for many of the CMIP6 models (24 of them at …
    By Gavin, 1,201 words

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    “At once a vision of the future, a thoughtful provocation, and an achievable lifestyle.”

    How to turn your Neighborhood into a VillagePermaculture...
    How to turn your Neighborhood into a VillagePermaculture instructor Andrew Millison journeys to Portland, Oregon to talk with architect Mark Lakeman, founder of Communitecture Architecture and the City Repair Project. Mark initiated a movement in …
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  6. Wanstead Meteo
    “Meteorology-based musings about east London and beyond.” 🇬🇧

    The snowfall of December 11, 2022
    The morning of December 11, 2022, began cold after an overnight frost that saw temperatures fall to -5.3C. Freezing fog lasted through the day, coating everything in rime to set the stage for what was …
    By wansteadmeteo, 176 words

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  7. Washington Smoke Information
    “We coordinate to collectively share info for Washington communities affected by wildfire smoke.” 🇺🇸

    So long 2022 wildfire smoke season: See you in 2023!
    We are happy, as many of you are as well, to see the smoke finally dissipate from Washington and close out this year's crazy season. Who knew our first wildfire of the season would start …
    By Janice Batchelor, 238 words

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