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  • 11 Nov 2021
    Colin G. Anderson

    How reliable is wind energy?

    Using wind energy to generate electricity has been a big topic in the climate change discussion for many years. But can we rely on renewables like wind to take up the slack as we begin to phase out fossil fuels? With the promises and ambitions of COP26, this point is increasingly important. One of our […]

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  • 20 Oct 2021

    Why we need an energy convergence of conception of climate change

    As illustrated by the work of the philosopher Thomas Kuhn, our conceptual models, our paradigms, frame our interpretation of data. Today, it is critically important that we share an “energy convergence” view of climate change[1].Climate change is not a sedate, steady drift towards a slightly warmer planet. Rather, what we know is that – as […]

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  • 19 Feb 2021
    Carlos R. Mechoso

    Climate Interactions among Ocean Basins

    There is overwhelming evidence that climate interactions among ocean basins provide key contributions to global climate variability in a wide range of time scales.  For example, it is accepted that El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) events in the tropical Pacific Ocean have remote affects around the world, both on continents and on other ocean basins.  This […]

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