Climate, paleoclimate, huevos rancheros, and general asymmetry

John Fleck and Cornelia Dean on Seager and southeastern drought

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John Fleck has a post on Richard Seager of the Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory and a recent paper he and his collaborators have published on drought in the southeastern United States. He also links to Cornelia Dean’s article from the New York Times and to Seager’s drought webpages here. As John Fleck notes:

“If you can’t handle events within the normal range of variability, you’re screwed.”

Fleck’s post, Dean’s article, and Seager’s web pages are all worth a read. Good stuff.

Written by delayedoscillator

October 6, 2009 at 12:15 pm

Posted in Paleoclimatology

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