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Scripps Institute of Oceanography

Birch Aquarium


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Ocean Circulation & Climate
UCSD EarthGuide
The Icelandic Whirlpool
A colder Norway?
The Deep Atlantic Conveyor
Shifting climates across Europe?
El Niño and its Effects
Worldwide disruption of sustainable development?
Ocean Upwelling and Climate
Changes in fishing productivity?
Carbon Dioxide and the Ocean
Role in Global Warming

Union of Concerned Scientists: Oceanography

Scripps Institute of Oceanography, UC San Diego
Climate Change FAQ

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Topics Beyond Oceanography

Algae Bleaching Key to Past Global Warming Event
Scripps News Release, December 2007
The Natural Greenhouse Effect
Needed for Life on Earth
Greenhouse Gases
Role in Global Warming, Sources
Human Emissions, soil, unequal effects on the rich and poor
Carbon Reserves, Biogeochemistry
How the Earth Breaths
Clouds, Storms, and Climates
Warmer cold regions, cooler tropics, changing storm patterns
Best Bets for More Information on Climate Change
Birch Aquarium Online Guide
A Warming Climate Can Support Glacial Ice
Scripps Institute: research indicates glacial ice existed on earth during global warming
Recent Global Warming
3-part Guide to the Current Challenge
Climate Change and Politics
Kyoto, IPCC and Beyond
The Future of Energy
How will our choices affect global warming?
Climate Change and the Last Milennium
The Vikings in Greenland; the Little Ice Age
The Future of the Oceans
A homework problem with links
Global Change & Global Warming
Elementary intro to the problems of man-made climate change - UC San Diego, 2002
Scripps in the News
Scripps climate research appearing in the media, Feb. 2007

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