Articles tagged with: Oceans
Atlantic ocean circulation system is slowing down, as accurately described in The New York Times article
in The New York Times, by Moises Velasquez-Manoff and Jeremy White
— 11 Mar 2021
"This article is well-written, and the visuals are outstanding. It is a very strong piece of science communication. That being said, there is at least one error. The author mistake..
Washington Post accurately describes ocean warming study (which has since been corrected)
in The Washington Post, by Chris Mooney, Brady Dennis
— 03 Nov 2018
"The Washington Post article accurately reports the results and links to other topics using reliable sources. Quotations from Pieter Tans and Paul Durack add important caveats show..
Forbes article accurately describes research on Atlantic ocean circulation weakening, but headline goes farther
in Forbes, by Trevor Nace
— 09 Aug 2017
"This is an accurate, concise summary of the slowdown of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) and its possible future states. There are a couple of minor issues: ..
Analysis of “Scientists have just detected a major change to the Earth’s oceans linked to a warming climate”
in The Washington Post, by Chris Mooney
— 19 Feb 2017
"Changes in ocean chemistry, temperature, and circulation have significant consequences for marine life and can initiate positive feedbacks to accelerate ocean and atmosphere warmi..
Human activities have dramatically increased atmospheric CO2 levels, causing imbalances in the global carbon cycle
Human additions of CO2 are in the margin of error of current measurements and the gradual increase in CO2 is mainly from oceans degassing as the planet slowly emerges from the last ice age.
SOURCE: Cole Ryan, I Love Carbon Dioxide
Published: 20 Apr 2020
Energy Secretary Rick Perry incorrectly claims CO2 is not primary cause of climate change
Most likely the primary control knob [on climate change] is the ocean waters and this environment that we live in.
SOURCE: Rick Perry, CNBC
Published: 20 Jun 2017