Category Archives: Earth Sciences

Geology, Quakes, Volcanos, Weather, and any other Earth Sciences related topic. Gasses and gas chemistry, such as the CO2 cycle and acid oxides (NOx SOX).

When The Cold Comes, The World Changes

What happens to the world when it gets colder and has less sunshine? It gets cold and dry. People migrate. Diseases break out and famine is everywhere. We have history to guide us. Continue reading

Posted in AGW Climate Perspective, Earth Sciences, Emergency Preparation and Risks, History | 21 Comments

Volcano Time Again?

Looks like Iceland had the volcano wake up. Continue reading

Posted in AGW Climate Perspective, Earth Sciences | 18 Comments

Cell Model – Top Level Flow Of Control

A first cut top level flow of processing for a parallel by cell based climate model approach. Continue reading

Posted in AGW Science and Background, Earth Sciences, Tech Bits | 30 Comments

There Is NO Good Coordinate System For Climate Models

I discuss the issues I’ve run into with mapping a spherical world into either a rectangular grid of points or a hexagonal global map, then present what I think is a computationally acceptable method. Continue reading

Posted in AGW Science and Background, Earth Sciences, Tech Bits | Tagged , , , , | 40 Comments