Tag Archives: Climate Change

Water, Water, Everywhere…But Here!

Certain parts of the United States have had an extremely wet winter and spring. The upper mid-west had snowstorm after snowstorm, Pensacola, Florida had 19 inches of rain in one day! But forget about rain in California and the Southwest. … Continue reading

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State of the Climate – AMS Update 2013

How many times can our Annual Climate report be the 6th warmest on record? I guess every time one record is surpassed it gives rise to the ability of another record to be broken as well.  I know it’s obtuse, … Continue reading

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The Giant Saguaro, King of the Desert!

It’s That Time of Year Again, the Saguaros are Blooming! The Saguaro bloom is the official State Flower of Arizona! Carnegiea gigantea, commonly known as the Giant Saguaro is the sentinel of the desert.  It reigns tall over all other … Continue reading

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Meatless Monday – Vegetarianism as a Climate Change Control Agent?

Meatless Monday could become an effective method to reduce Greenhouse Gases! A recent article in the Slate.com in their Health and Science page is about Vegetarianism and it’s potential impact on climate change.  We have known for years that it … Continue reading

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Climate Migration – A Fact of Life

Over the Eons man has moved around because of fluctuating climates. But even though our long ago ancestors moved up or down latitudes with the Glacial periods, they really didn’t have the infrastructure that we have to worry about.  What … Continue reading

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The Great March for Climate Action Passes Through Payson Arizona!

On April 14th, the Great March for Climate Action reached our little Town of Payson, Arizona! The March began on March 1st, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.  Under the banner of “How many steps will you take”, their blog site … Continue reading

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The Role of Botanical Gardens

Botanical Gardens are located all over the world from Fiji to Hawaii, London and even Phoenix, Arizona Everyone loves a good flower.  Just like Zoos, Botanical Gardens like to share the species/animals/plants of their environs and protect those other species … Continue reading

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Impacts of Climate Change on the Jet Stream

The Jet Stream is a Complex River of Air! I remember writing a paper about the Jet Stream in college. It was well before personal computers, so most of my research was based on published papers found in the library, … Continue reading

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Adaptation – Volume 3 – Little Things

According to a recent Gallup Poll, many Americans do not believe climate change is going to impact them during their lives! The majority believe that Climate Change has already started. This is up from a few years ago… “More specifically, … Continue reading

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Adaptation – Volume 1

Adaptation – What are we going to do when the climate changes? Climate Change is pretty much an accepted fact in the world of science and politics.  The worlds climate zones will undoubtedly change over time no matter what actions … Continue reading

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