Climate Extremes: Jeff Berardelli on Dust Cloud and Arctic Heat

July 1, 2020

7 Responses to “Climate Extremes: Jeff Berardelli on Dust Cloud and Arctic Heat”

  1. Keith McClary Says:

    “Video unavailable
    The uploader has not made this video available in your country.”

    In Canada I get a lot of that lately.

  2. redskylite Says:

    Informative video from CBS, more of the Arctic heat in Mashable (1st July):
    “One wild chart shows the intensity of 2020’s Arctic fires”

    “The Arctic Circle is now releasing large amounts of the heat-trapping greenhouse gases carbon dioxide and methane into the atmosphere as forests, tundra, and peatlands burn. ”

  3. redskylite Says:

    Siberian Times reporter (1st July)


    “Arctic fires worsen and threaten world famous park set up to recreate flora of woolly mammoth era”

    “A major fire is burning right now outside the Arctic town of Chersky, around Mount Rodinka, loved by the locals for weekend trips.”

    • redskylite Says:

      From EOS

      “The Rise of Zombie Fires (30th June)

      “Zombie fires” is a new and catchier name for an old and relatively rare phenomenon. Known among Arctic fire managers as holdover or overwintering fires, zombie fires transcend the typical fire season.”

  4. rhymeswithgoalie Says:

    thorn þ
    daggers † ‡

  5. Tenney Naumer Says:

    We had gray skies from this dust in southern Illinois on Thursday and Friday. And the clouds were super weird. Never seen anything like it. Very disorganized, lots of layers, and they seemed to be quite low. It’s Sunday now, and it all seems to have moved on.

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