Watch the Wilkins ice shelf collapse in time lapse animation - looks like ‘current’ events to me « Watts Up With That?
It is clear from the photo above that we see a stress crack, not a melt. Now we have a time lapse satellite photo series of the Wilkins ice shelf that shows the process of currents and winds causing those stresses.State forester touts commercial harvesting
Christiansen acknowledged that burning wood does release carbon dioxide, which has been linked to climate change. But she said promoting the use of these products is not necessarily bad for the environment.Climate Change: The Next Generation: Arnold Wolfendale -- "Natural causes" allegedly not responsible for global warming
The emissions from generating wood-based energy is far less than that produced by a catastrophic wildfire, she said.
Researchers from Lancaster and Durham universities in the UK say that natural causes, such as variations in the solar cycle and cosmic rays, cannot be responsible for more than 14% of global warming observed since 1956.