Tag Archives: precipitation

Caliche CO2 Feldspar And Climate Dust

Implications of caliche for climate changes, past and future, and how it might be a very under appreciated thing in CO2 cycles. How soil science matters to CO2. How dust matters. Continue reading

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Doubting Oxygen Isotopes

How reliable are Oxygen O16 / O18 ratios as a thermometer? Are there any obvious issues? Continue reading

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What does precipitation say about heat flow?

What can precipitation tell us about heat flow on the planet? Perhaps quiet a bit… Continue reading

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Precipitation to 2% – I don’t think so Jim…

What is the size of precipitation globally, and how does the thermal transfer via precipitation stack up to that from “other means”? Is CO2 even theoretically in the ball park, or is it so tiny as to be a rounding error on the precipitation numbers? Continue reading

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