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New Approach to Dealing with Climate Change?

August 3rd, 2015
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New Approach to Dealing with Climate Change?http://nas-sites.org/americasclimatechoices/files/2015/02/climcovers2.jpgI was surprised when I saw this recent announcement. http://nas-sites.org/americasclimatechoices/other-reports-on-climate-change/2015-2/c… more »

NOAA Quietly Rescinds Faux El Nino

June 27th, 2015
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Econintersect: On 05 March 2015 NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) posted a news release: NOAA: Elusive El Nino arrives. The headline was accompanied by the subtitle: "Forecasters predict it will stay weak, have little influence on we… more »

Are we Moving Forward in New Mexico from a Water Law Perspective?

June 17th, 2015
in econ_news

  Editors note: Sig Silber is Rio Grande Chapter Sierra Club Water Issues Chair.  This was published  in the Rio Grande Sierran in 2009, but is temporarily unavailable on line.  The article is being republished here to add to the information in the GEI… more »

EPA Releases Draft Assessment of the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing on Drinking Water Resources

June 6th, 2015
in econ_news

On June 5 the US Environmental Projection Agency Issued a document for public review re their study of the possible negative impacts of what is commonly called fracking. They found some impacts, identified potential impacts but generally concluded that f… more »

December 22, Weather and Climate Report: U.S. Seasonal Outlook Update - A Complex Situation

December 22nd, 2014
in econ_news, syndication

by Sig Silber The Seasonal Outlooks were released on December 18. They are not very different from the November 20 release. However the complexity has not been reduced as one might have anticipated. NOAA is still struggling with how to integrate a "near El Nino" and an at least short-term change to PDO Positive into their Seasonal Outlook and at least this time they have acknowledged that the El Nino activity is more of a Central Pacific nature and shifts weather patterns to the west. Also the anomalous reappearance of the high pressure ridge off the West Coast makes short-term forecasting difficult both for the meteorologists and their computer models. more »




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