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The Central Coast Climate Science Education website provides interested citizens reliable and timely access to the rapidly expanding understanding of the Earth's climate system, a topic which will be of increasing importance to our nation and the world. Development of the material on this website is in progress, so please check back periodically for new material.
We provide links to other websites and informative posts as well as respond to local inquiries about climate science, and post information about upcoming local events bearing on this issue.
If you are new to this website, please visit the Site Guide for a brief explanation of the content of the pages on this website.
An important feature of this website are the Tutorial and Essays pages consisting of step-by-step "lessons" explaining the basic principals of climate science to those who do not have an extensive background in science.
In addition, if you are a member of any group that would like a free PowerPoint presentation on "Climate Science Basics", please send a request to ray.climate (@ sign) charter.net and a time will be arranged. The presentation runs about 35 minutes, with time afterwards devoted to questions and comments.
Note: This website utilizes PDF files. For Microsoft Windows computer users, this requires the free Adobe Reader software. For Apple Mac computer users, the Preview application should work fine.
If you have questions, comments, observations or recommendations, please contact website owner and author Dr. Ray Weymann via email ray.climate (@ sign) charter.net or use the Contact page.
July 2014 climate science overview video by Chris Field
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Recent Website Updates
04.04.15 Resources / Video Chasing Ice - Global Warming At Work While words can attempt to convey the reality of rapid climate change, images can often convey this reality much more powerfully. A recent example is a portion of a TED talk presented by Chasing Ice movie glacier photographer James Balog of Extreme Ice Survey. I urge readers to view this 13-minute video clip.
03.13.15 Misperceptions No. 6 A common fallacious argument is that Norse settlements in Greenland about 1000 years ago show that present global warming is just due to natural causes. The archeological and physical scientific evidence is discussed in detail to explain why this argument is, in fact, fallacious.
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