Monthly Archives: May 2015

Record Ice Loss, Record Rains, Record Drought: These Things Go Together

Back on May 13 (which seems like a really, really, long time ago), I posted this article about the likelihood of seeing record disasters in 2015 because of the confluence of accelerating ice loss in the arctic and the emerging El Nino.  For Texans, the article would have been prescient had it not been so general. The […]

Sea Level Rise: Exponentially Increasing

I have written a number of posts on this blog about sea level rise and failing glacier systems in the Arctic, in Greenland, and in the Antarctic.  I have taken care to point out that each and every study that comes out on glacier failure is more grim than that last, and that every new time-line is […]