Posts Tagged ‘ weather ’

The Risky Business Project Report: a Business Perspective on Global Warming

Jul 4th, 2014 | By

The Risky Business Project, describes historical patterns of changes brought about by global warming in the U. S., and projects future changes up to the year 2100 based on risk analysis as used in the business world. Click on this Environmental Headline for more from global warming expert and Headlines contributor Henry Auer.

2013 Summer Forecast: Drought in West; Frequent Storms in Midwest, East, South

May 3rd, 2013 | By

May 2, 2013 — State College, PA — AccuWeather has issued a summer outlook for the U.S. every year, focusing on the major highlights of the season. Most areas from the Mississippi Valley to the mid-Atlantic coast will have more days with rain and near-normal temperatures this summer, while heat and drought build over much

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Storm Surges and Sea Level Rise | Global Warming Blog by Henry Auer

Dec 16th, 2012 | By

Hurricane Sandy inflicted heavy damage on the northeastern U. S. states of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut on October 29, 2012. Much of the damage arose from the storm surge of unprecedented intensity that accompanied the storm. This post summarizes several recent scientific articles characterizing melting of polar ice, historical sea level rise over

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Historical Aerial Photos of Connecticut’s Coastline Now Available Online

Jun 27th, 2012 | By

The consequences of major weather events on Connecticut’s coast, major waterways, and natural resources are easier to understand, now that historical aerial photographs of the state’s coast covering the past 40 years are available online.

Weather conference Oct. 9: from hurricanes to ice storms

Sep 22nd, 2010 | By

Nationally recognized meteorology experts in fields ranging from hurricane and tornado formation to winter storms and media forecasting will share their scientific insights and weather-tracking experiences at the Third Tri-State Weather Conference on Saturday, Oct. 9, at Western Connecticut State University. via Weather conference Oct. 9: from hurricanes to ice storms to the media’s reporting.