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  1. Gulf Oil Spill: Global Implications

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    Dr. Steve Pacala of the Princeton Environmental Institute, and Climate Central board member, discusses how the NCAR computer modeling study illustrates how we are all interconnected.

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    • Gulf Oil Spill: Models vs. Real World

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      Dr. Steve Pacala of the Princeton Environmental Institute, and Climate Central board member, highlights some of the uncertainties in the NCAR computer modeling study.

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      • How Do We Know: Drought

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        Signs of a drought are easy to recognize when the ground cracks, plants shrivel and lake levels plummet. But surviving a drought requires planning and the ability to recognize the markers of the…

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        • How Do We Know: Greenland’s Melting Ice Sheet

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          Greenland is covered in so much ice that if it all melted, it would raise sea level around the world by 23 feet. While it's not all melting, scientists say that climate change is turning a lot…

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          • What Is a Cape Verde Hurricane?

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            The Cape Verde region is a set of islands just off western Africa. Hurricanes that form in this region are referred to as Cape Verde storms. These hurricanes have a long trajectory over warm oceans…

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            • What Ocean Conditions Lead to Hurricanes?

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              There are several ocean conditions which contribute to hurricane formation. When ocean temperatures are warm, there is more energy to power a storm. The distribution of ocean temperatures is another…

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              • What Will the 2010 Hurricane Season Look Like?

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                The 2010 hurricane season is going to be one of heightened risk to coastal populations from the US through the Caribbean. There are a many parallels between the 2005 season, in which Katrina and Rita…

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                • How Do We Know: Sea Level Rise

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                  A warming planet could mean that sea levels rise between three and six feet by the end of this century. But those increases can seem incremental on a yearly basis, and can be very difficult to measure…

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                  • Low-Carbon Power

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                    Legislation introduced in the Senate and already passed in the House calls for reducing US greenhouse gas emissions by 83 percent by 2050, relative to 2005 levels. Leading climate scientists and…

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                    • Arctic Changes: The Big Picture

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                      Over recent decades, the Arctic has been the fastest-warming region on the planet. This video tells the story of how it has been changing, as seen from satellites above, and submarines below, touring…

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                      • Carbon Capture & Sequestration off the NJ Coast

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                        Carbon capture and sequestration starts by capturing and liquefying CO2. Then the liquefied CO2 is pumped through a pipeline to a suitable storage site. Sites can be located underground, or beneath…

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                        • Taking the Carbon Out of Coal

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                          A company called SCS thinks it can use coal to generate electricity while cutting down 90% on carbon emissions — and still make a profit. The company’s PurGen plant, which would be located…

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