Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Bummer: Because of CO2, allegedly "all is not well beneath the waves"

What President Obama’s Climate Plan Means for the Ocean | Center for American Progress
While millions of American beachgoers may not immediately experience the terrible effects of climate change currently affecting our oceans, the fact remains that all is not well beneath the waves. Oceans have absorbed a tremendous amount of human-generated carbon pollution—between 20 percent and 35 percent of anthropogenic carbon dioxide, according to the most rigorous peer-reviewed estimates. And the results of all that humanity-saving carbon absorption are beginning to show.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"according to the most rigorous peer-reviewed estimates"

So regular peer-reviewed estimates can be ignored?

Suggesting that there are different levels of "peer review" means that peer review is now bogus.