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Video: Hurricanes and North Carolina, a Stormy Future

WRAL chief meteorologist Greg Fishel and renowned hurricane specialist Kerry Emmanuel hosted a presentation on the future of hurricanes in North Carolina last night.  The town hall presentation has been recorded and is available at http://www.wral.com/news/video/14586628/#47gpHetXx8OqUdW8.99.  Note that the full presentation is almost two hours long.
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Waste to Worth conference notes

Last week I attended the Waste to Worth conference in Seattle, a meeting filled with useful information on a variety of topics related to managing livestock and animal waste under expanding regulations and increasingly variable climate.  Our sister blog posted an entry on some of the things that were being…
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Participants needed for UGA study on wind-related damage

If you live in any of the counties below in northeast Georgia, your help is needed for a University of Georgia study on wind and wind-related damage.  Participation is easy–use your computer to fill out a 20-30 minute survey on wind damage in your area and your opinions of several…
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CPASW presentations now available online

The Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop presentations from last week’s meeting in New Mexico are now available as PDF files online.  You can see the agenda and link to the presentations at http://aces.nmsu.edu/cpasw/presentations.html.  If there is not a PDF available it is because the author did not want it published.  Lots…
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Waste to Worth conference begins today

The Waste to Worth conference begins today in Seattle.  I’m expecting to see a good group of people interacting on a variety of topics related to animal agriculture and waste management.  There will also be a track on livestock and climate at the conference.  I’ll be there all week and…
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