I'm a professor at U Michigan and lead a course on climate change problem solving. These articles often come from and contribute to the course.
By: Dr. Ricky Rood, 3:47 AM GMT on December 02, 2016
This is a stripped down version of an editorial that appeared on the American Geophysical Union’s EOS.org. Also note the formal citation at the end. Please read it there to give them the page counts. Thanks. r
I have a collection of documents on the presidential transition at this link.
Take the Long View on Environmental Issues in the Age of Trump
Donald Trump will be the next president. What will this mean for the environment...
By: Dr. Ricky Rood, 5:10 AM GMT on November 05, 2016
Salience: On the Eve of the 2016 Election
A different version of this blog appears on ClimatePolicy.org
Salience is a word that in the social sciences has come to mean relevance, or perhaps, goodness of fit of knowledge to a particular problem. I use salience, probably overuse it, in class when I talk about making climate-change data relevant to planning and decision making. In conversational English, salience refers to something being importa...
Updated: 8:29 PM GMT on November 11, 2016
By: Dr. Ricky Rood, 5:18 AM GMT on October 04, 2016
Our Record Warmth: Pointing out the Obvious
Well, this is the start of the next phase of my blogging life. I expect to do about a blog per month on Wunderground. At the risk of overcommitting, something alien to me, I also intend to revive the climatepolicy.org blog for the American Meteorological Society.
I have not been writing about our months of record warmth – one right after another. Many others have been doing an excellent job (Maste...
Updated: 2:38 PM GMT on October 04, 2016
By: Dr. Ricky Rood, 8:36 PM GMT on August 23, 2016
Evangeline and Mathilda: Louisiana is Our Netherlands
Thank you for the comments and suggestions from the last blog. Presently, I think that this blog will evolve into a monthly article / analysis – something that I can cross post in a few places. The comments on the WU site are some of the best I see on climate change, and, well, perhaps better than the blog.
The flood in Louisiana is another one of those floods that just stays there for a ...
Updated: 9:04 PM GMT on August 24, 2016
By: Dr. Ricky Rood, 10:07 PM GMT on August 04, 2016
Where Do We Go from Here?
So as climate-change blogger, I am searching for a mission, perhaps a theme. Jeff and Bob and Chris do a magnificent job on what is going on in the world of climate and weather. I have always tried to bring a perspective, here, that is different from other blogs. My nature is to collect ideas together and to look for different paths into a subject. Of course, I have my moments of appealing contrariness and quaint idiosyncrasies....
Updated: 1:47 PM GMT on August 05, 2016