As temáticas son moi amplas: como se usan as ciencias básicas para unha economía circular? Como se usan as ciencias básicas para un desenvolvemento sostible? Como axudan a vivir nun mundo degradado polo cambio climático?
Poñemos un primeiro exemplo de libro imprescindible The Physics of climate change de Lawrence M. Krauss.
Global Carbon Project https://www.globalcarbonproject.org
National Snow and Ice Data Center, https://nsidc.org
National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration https://www.noaa.gov
National Centers for Environmental Information. https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov
Another NOAA site, this has information and charts on historical climate data, including ice cores going back eight hundred thousand years. Environmental Protection Agency https://www.epa.gov/climateindicators Useful historical data and discussions of radiative forcing, greenhouse gas concentrations, weather, and climate.
National Weather service. https://www.weather.gov/jetstream/energy
Here one can find information and graphs related to atmospheric issues relevant to both weather and climate, including the energy balance between the Earth, the atmosphere, and space.
NASA Earth Observatory https://Earthobservatory.nasa.gov/features/EnergyBalance
These web pages, while no longer being updated, provide good images of data and discussions of climate issues. Scripps Institution of Oceanography https://scripps.ucsd.edu/programs/keelingcurve/
The Scripps Institution is where Charles Keeling worked continuously from 1956–2005, and they maintain the Mauna Loa measurement facility reporting daily on CO2 levels. This site has information on current measurements and historical data, as well as much useful ancillary information.
National Academies Press https://www.nap.edu/catalog/12877/This is a link to the comprehensive National Academies study on Climate in 2011, entitled Climate Stabilization Targets: Emissions, Concentrations, and Impacts over Decades to Millennia.
The International Trans Antarctic Scientific Expedition contains links to publications, data, and other resources for finding out about
Antarctic research. AntarcticGlaciers.org http://www.antarcticglaciers.org/glaciers-andclimate/ice-cores/ice-core-basics/ This site has valuable information and figures on ice cores, Antarctic mass balance, and historical climate information.
Climate Home News https://www.Climatechangenews.com An online clearing house for up-to-date information relevant to climate studies and more.
Environment counts.org https://environmentcounts.org This website providesan independent source of information on the environment, including figures for the 2017 compilation of ice core and temperature data for the past 420,000 years.
Realclimate.org http://www.realclimate.org This website contains a series of informative articles on climate and climate science. Of particular relevance to material in this book are discussions in 2007 by Spencer Weart and R.T. Pierrehumbert on radiative forcing.
American Chemical Society: https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/climatescience.htmlThis site provides a very useful Climate Science Toolkit for understanding various aspects of climate and climate change, radiative forcing, and so on.
The Copenhagen Diagnosis www.copenhagendiagnosis.com A link to text originally drafted on climate science for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) fourth assessment report and a more recent updated version. The ski-slope diagram referred in the text originated in this report.
And Then There’s Physics https://andthentheresphysics.wordpress.com A useful website by a UK scientist Ken Rice at the University of Edinburgh, with a series of useful blogs and articles containing data, figures, and discussions on science.
Skeptical Science https://skepticalscience.com A website that addresses skeptical questions about climate science.
NOAA PMEL Carbon Program https://pmel.noaa.gov/co2
A website with data and information on ocean carbon update.
Carbonbrief.org https://www.carbonbrief.org/A website with up-to-date articles on science, energy, and policy related to carbon issues. Climatecentral.org https://sealevel.climatecentral.org A website providing graphical data on sea-level rise and its implications for human population, based on peer-reviewed scientific information.
On the Temperatures of the Terrestrial Sphere and Interplanetary Space Jean-Baptiste Joseph Fourier, translated by R. T. Pierrehumbert On the Influence of Carbonic Acid in the Air upon the Temperature of the Ground Svante Arrhenius, Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science Series 5, Volume 41, 1896, pp 237-276. Joseph Fourier, the ‘greenhouse effect’, and the quest for a universal theory of terrestrial temperatures James R. Fleming, Endeavour, Vol. 23(2) 1999....