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Responding to Climate Change

Responding to Climate Change
Wed, 27 Aug 2014 01:48:45 -0700

The idea of 'geoengineering' the climate was given a boost in 2006 by the Nobel Prize-winning scientist Paul Crutzen. He wrote an article suggesting that it was time to consider seriously the development of a technology which could mimic volcanic ...

Forbes

Forbes
Sat, 16 Aug 2014 10:11:06 -0700

For almost 30 years, we geologists have been having a debate about what Geologic Epoch we find ourselves in right now. It is presently called the Holocene, but some want to add another epoch and call it the Anthropocene. Anthropocene combines the ...

Motherboard

Motherboard
Mon, 18 Aug 2014 14:56:15 -0700

Yet geoengineering has wormed its way further into the social and cultural consciousness since the Nobel prize-winning atmospheric chemist Paul Crutzen published one of the first widely-considered papers on the subject just less than a decade ago.
 
The Conversation UK
Sun, 17 Aug 2014 22:47:45 -0700

Just over ten years ago the Nobel Prize-winning atmospheric scientist Paul Crutzen coined the term “Anthropocene for a globe totally transformed and dominated by humans, a state he suggested we were in now. Although this idea was not totally new, the ...
 
Discovery News
Wed, 13 Aug 2014 04:03:45 -0700

We're accustomed to thinking geologic history has an extremely long, slow time scale. But in recent years Nobel Laureate atmospheric researcher Paul Crutzen and other scientists have proposed that human activity is changing the planet pervasively and ...

Planet Earth

Planet Earth
Tue, 05 Aug 2014 02:22:30 -0700

The term Anthropocene was first coined over a decade ago by Nobel Laureate chemist, Paul Crutzen. It has since gained momentum, but some scientists believe it's premature to recognise it as an official boundary in the geological timeline, and there is ...
 
Dubai Chronicle
Fri, 08 Aug 2014 00:18:45 -0700

The scientist, who developed the term, is Dutch chemist Paul Crutzen, a Nobel Prize winner, who is best known for his research on ozone depletion. According to him, global climate will change significantly from its natural behavior due to the human ...
 
Gazeta Wyborcza
Tue, 26 Aug 2014 16:37:32 -0700

Dziura ozonowa nad Antarktydą pojawia się sezonowo i ma raz większy, a raz mniejszy zasięg. Obserwacje wskazują jednak, że powoli się zmniejsza. Ilustracja sporządzona na podstawie pomiarów satelitarnych wykonanych przez NASA pokazuje jej zasięg ...
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