Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

Georgia Climate Project: What data sets are need to quantify the impacts of changing climate on our society?

We are winding down our look at the Georgia Climate Project’s Roadmap of 40 questions that need to be addressed in future research about how Georgia’s changing climate will affect agriculture, ecology, water, transportation, and other parts of society. This week’s question addresses the need for appropriate measurements and associated…
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How do climate models work?

If you’ve ever wondered how climate models work and why climatologists use them to look at the future climate, you might be interested in this long but excellent description of climate models and how they are used. There is a lot of excellent detail in this presentation at https://www.carbonbrief.org/qa-how-do-climate-models-work.  
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How a snowflake gets its shape

Even though there is no snow in the forecast for most of the Southeast at the moment, you might enjoy this. The Washington Post has a nice video describing how snowflakes get their shape. You can read more and view it at https://www.washingtonpost.com/weather/2018/12/26/how-snowflake-gets-its-shape/?utm_term=.21707cff1bd4&wpisrc=nl_rainbow&wpmm=1.
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