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Episode #1816: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) joins the show to help answer Patreon questions about video game “loot boxes” and offers advice for a former young Republican in dealing with feelings of guilty about being a political and moral douchebag. Also, our viewing rec: Black Mirror (no spoilers), Trump brags about the size of his “ nuclear button ,” Chrissy Teigen...
Episode #1817: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) joins the show to talk about Snickers the cat and offer the first-ever anti-viewing rec for Fuller House. Also, some real recs for The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Broad City, Sherlock, and Dr. Who; powerful Hollywood women unveil anti-harassment action plan , five women accuse top left-leaning media executive of sexually harassing...
Episode #1818: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Rachel (@realslimchada) and Chloe (@itsthechew) join the show to answer Patreon questions about hypermobility and to discuss seasonal depression and when it’s okay to quit things. Also, Youtube’s Logan Paul posts video of a dead body from a Japanese forest known for suicides, Black Mirror got a key fact about Emergency Contraception wrong, Steve Bannon’s...
Episode #1819: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Rachel (@realslimchada) and Chloe (@itsthechew) join the show to answer Patreon questions about  The Monkey King  and the problematic aspects of  The Simpsons . Also,  Community  writer Megan Ganz takes Dan Harmon to task for demeaning treatment in the writers’ room, Trump administration holds Dreamers hostage for $18 billion border wall demand, ICE pick...
Episode #1820: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Charles Rockhill (@charlesrockhill) joins the show to talk about Desi potentially getting a little backpack and to help answer Patreon questions about fav media moments of 2017, including:  Big Little Lies ,  Get Out , and  Big Mouth and fav tabletop games like Clue and Guess Who. Also, stars wear all black at the Golden Globes as part of #TimesUp campaign,...
Episode #1821: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Charles Rockhill (@charlesrockhill) joins the show to talk about tanning, offers recs about Dr. Who, Community, and Cruel Intentions the musical, and to remember Matthew Sheppard. Also, sadly Trump’s Fake News Awards has been rescheduled , Joe Arpaio is running for Senate in Arizona, Jeff Session’s DOJ charged a white supremacist with terrorism but they...
Episode #1822: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Katharine (@spkheller) joins the show to help answer a Patreon question about sneaking cats into apartments. Also, Steve Bannon is out at Breitbart , NYC plans to divest $5 billion from fossil fuels and sue oil companies, federal judge orders Trump admin to keep DACA in place, Trump holds bipartisan meeting on immigration in which he accidentally embraces the...
Episode #1823: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Erek (@erek_smith) and Shem (@each1teach1) join the show to help answer a Patreon question about dealing with people who are worried about climate change but refuse to consider going vegan. Also, a ballistic missile emergency alert was mistakenly sent to people in Hawaii, Trump attacks protections for immigrants from “ shithole ” countries, Trump asked why...
Episode #1824: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Erek (@erek_smith) and Shem (@each1teach1) join the show to offer media recs: Hammer and Hoe ,  Cupcake, Sword & Scale, and  Call Me By Your Name . Also, a woman accuses Aziz Ansari of sexual assault , Magic: The Gathering community deals with ongoing harassment from streamer , Trump having consensual sex with a porn star is literally the least offensive...
Episode #1825: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Rachel (@realslimchada) and Chloe (@itsthechew) join the show to rec The Generation Why Podcast and talk about getting out of a shitty job. Also, some corrections about Sword & Scale and Jerry Seinfeld,  Steve Bannon is subpoenaed in Mueller’s Russia investigation, 21 states sue to keep Net Neutrality as Senate Democrats reach 50 votes, and Andrew...
Episode #1826: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Rachel (@realslimchada) and Chloe (@itsthechew) join the show to offer media recs: You Are a Badass, Astrophysics For People in a Hurry, Hayley Kiyoko,  Phantom Thread , and  Paddington 2 . Also, ICE deports man who has lived in the U.S. for 30 years, Trump cancels his trip to London and blames Obama, and the Trump admin waives punishment for convicted banks,...
Episode #1827: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Charles (@charlesrockhill) joins the show to share subway drama (TW: domestic violence) and help answer a Patreon question about if it’s healthy to make your pets vegan. Also, Ann Curry was “ not surprised ” by Matt Lauer’s sexual misconduct allegations, Dylan Farrow tells Gayle King about childhood sexual assault allegations against Woody Allen, the next...
Episode #1828: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Chloe (@itsthechew) and Rachel (@realslimchada) join the show to talk about burning bridges,  The End of the F***ing World , and why you shouldn’t be rude on the subway. Also, Stormy Daniels once claimed she spanked Trump with a Forbes magazine and a bunch of dudes who are pretending they don’t watch porn are freaking out about it, government shuts down on...
Episode #1829: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Faith (@bohemianfaith) and Erek (@erek_smith) join the show to discuss lots of witchy stuff. Also, White House slams Democrats as “ obstructionist losers ” following shutdown, and the horrific case of child abuse in the Turpins story and the dark side of the homeschooling movement Check out Sorry Mom’s latest vid about the 5 stages of grief! ...
Episode #1830: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Faith (@bohemianfaith) and Erek (@erek_smith) join the show to discuss aura readings, help answer a Patreon question about raising a radical leftist, and offer media recs: Gender Trouble, french comedy Playtime,  Halsey, Grace & Frankie, Black Eyes, and Drive Like Jehu. Also, the Los Angeles Times votes to unionize , White House’s latest religious...
Episode #1831: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Parker (@parkermolloy) joins the show to discuss her trip to L.A. and Allison offers some recs:  Call Me By Your Name ,  End Of The F****ing World , and  Grace & Frankie.  Also, the 2018 Oscar nominations are here:  Get Out ‘s enduring popularity,  Mudbound ‘s female cinematographer Rachel Morrison becomes the first woman director of photography to...
Episode #1832: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Parker (@parkermolloy) joins the show to recommend 90s emo music and to share stories about Mr. Snickers and cat outfits. Also, Kentucky attack was 11th school shooting in 23 days of 2018 , man repeating accusations of “fake news” threatened to kill CNN employees , 8 humanitarian activists face federal charges after leaving water for migrants in the Arizona...
Episode #1833: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Erek (@erek_smith) and Chloe (@itsthechew) join the show to answer a Patreon question about political music, discuss the O.K. Corral and mass shootings, and give media recs including  Kitchen Nightmares ,  Hell’s Kitchen , and Tame Impala. Also, Trump says he’s “ looking forward ” to speaking under oath with Robert Mueller, who he reportedly  tried to...
Episode #1834: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Erek (@erek_smith) and Chloe (@itsthechew) join the show to discuss wisdom teeth and the little, everyday things parents do that shape their kids. Also, Larry Nassar is sentence to 40 to 175 years in prison , Michigan State President Lou Anna Simon resigns following Nassar sentencing, Casey Affleck withdraws from presenting the Best Actress award at the Oscars,...
Episode #1835: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Charles (@charlesrockhill) joins the show to discuss dodgeball, the MTA, becoming a mole person,  Electric Dreams , and  I, Tonya . Also, Grammys 2018: #MeToo shoutouts, white roses, Kesha’s emotional performance, Kendrick Lamar’s powerful message about racism, and Hillary Clinton reads an excerpt from  Fire And Fury ; FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe...
Episode #1836: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Charles (@charlesrockhill) joins the show to discuss busted eye blood vessels,  Three Billboards ,  Shape of Water , and  I, Tonya . Also, Chris Christie joins ABC News as a contributor, ICE is about to start tracking license plates across the U.S., two dads nabbed by ICE in New Jersey as they drop off kids at school and a third takes shelter in a church,...
Episode #1837: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Meredith Clark (@MeredithLClark) joins the show to discuss the trailer for  Hereditary,  Halt and Catch Fire ,  The Good Place , Finnish weird literature, and  Mudbound . Also, SOTU: Trump clapped a lot for himself , everyone loved Trump’s horrifying story about the nice white couple taking a homeless addict’s baby , Trump skipped over his racist history...
Episode #1838: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Chloe (@itsthechew) and Erek (@erek_smith) join the show to discuss their Super Bowl plans, Magic: The Gathering, and somehow segue into plugging The Dixie Chicks. Also, the Nunes memo accidentally confirms the legitimacy of the FBI’s investigation , Trump is already using the memo to undermine the Russia investigation, Uma Thurman  says Harvey Weinstein...
Episode #1839: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Chloe (@itsthechew) and Erek (@erek_smith) join the show to discuss listening recommendations  Iron & Wine and Alexi Murdoch. Also, White House plans to withdraw “ conspiracy theorist and anti-science extremist ” pick, ambassador candidate dropped for warning against a preemptive strike on North Korea, father of three girls abused by Larry Nassar tries...
Episode #1840: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Chloe (@itsthechew) and Rachel (@realslimchada) join the show to discuss ghosts, murder-suicide, and street harassment. Also, the “ crunch-free ” Doritos chips for women was a myth but the real story is also sexist as hell, the Eagles win the Super Bowl and the media defines a “celebration” versus a “riot” (hint: it has to do with race), three Eagles...
Episode #1840: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Chloe (@itsthechew) and Rachel (@realslimchada) join the show to discuss a Patreon comment about transphobia on  RuPaul’s Drag Race . Also, Trump’s lawyers are worried he could get caught lying to Mueller , U.S. stocks plummet, a reminder that the stock market and the economy are not the same thing, more U.S. teens than previously thought are transgender or...
Episode #1841: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Parker (@parkermolloy) joins the show to give listening recs ( Explosions In The Sky and The Books ) and to discuss how Facebook is killing comedy . Also, Amazon patents wristband that tracks warehouse workers’ movements, an actual Nazi is about to get the Republican nomination for a Congressional seat, John Kelly calls domestic abuser Rob Porter a “ man of...
Episode #1842: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Erek (@erek_smith) joins the show to answer questions about Magic: The Gathering and gun culture on the left, and to talk about New Coke. Also, Bret Stephen’s terrible Woody Allen take, Bill Maher says the #MeToo movement is creating a “ police state ” for sex, Steve Bannon warns the movement against sexual harassment and assault will “ undo ten thousand...
Episode #1843: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Erek (@erek_smith) joins the show to help answer Patreon questions about Net Neutrality , DACA, colonization, and center Democrats. Also, California police worked with Neo-Nazis to pursue “anti-racist” activists, here are all the white supremacists running for office in 2018 , reading proficiency among third-graders has dropped nearly 75 percent in Flint...
Episode #1844: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Charles Rockhill (@charlesrockhill) joins the show to help answer Patreon questions about dealing with sexism in your field of study, Ford’s racism, the format of Allison’s new podcast, and to talk about  Black Panther and and the new  Queer Eye.  Also, Barack and Michelle Obama’s official portraits are appropriately fresh and unconventional, figure...
Episode #1844: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Charles (@charlesrockhill) joins the show to discuss urban legends and to field a Patreon recommendation for  Harry Potter and the Sacred Text . Also, media recs for Inside Psycho and  Cougar Town , racist Arizona bill invalidates insurance contracts signed by non-English speakers, John Kelly says Trump’s immigration plan would help Dreamers “too afraid”...
Episode #1845: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Katharine Heller (@spkheller) joins the show to talk about the health consequences of constant sexual harassment and to recommend  Riverdale .  Also, the former wives of top White House aide Rob Porter both told the FBI he abused them and how it took photos of his ex-wife’s bruised face for some men to believe her, Florida High School shooting: Nikolas Cruz...
Episode #1846: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Rachel (@realslimchada) and Chloe (@itsthechew) join the show to discuss therapy and viewing recs  Black Panther  (no spoilers),  End Of The F*ing World  and  Queer Eye . Also, some white people are lying about being attacked at  Black Panther screenings, LeBron James doubles down and says he will not “ shut up and dribble ,” thirteen Russians charged...
Episode #1847: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Rachel (@realslimchada) and Chloe (@itsthechew) join the show to offer reading recs: Lighthead, Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, Fuck Feelings ,  and listening rec Paloma Faith, discuss meditation, and to help Patreon questions about Andy Cohen and  Once . Also, the kids aren’t taking your bullshit anymore: students chant “ no more guns !” at Florida...
Episode #1848: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Parker (@parkermolloy) joins the show to talk about gender reveal cakes and transphobia. Also, David Brooks defends gun culture, former Trump aide Rick Gates will plead guilty to Robert Mueller probe charges, Paul Manafort under scrutiny for $40 million in “ suspicious ” transactions, high school students lead protest against gun violence in front of White...
Episode #1849: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Parker (@parkermolloy) joins the show to offer a listening rec:  World War Z audio book and viewing recs (sort of): The   Cloverfield Paradox , Altered Carbon , and Michelle Obama’s V-Day playlist. Also, Trump endorses Mitt Romney after saying he “ choked like a dog ” in 2012, Trump’s crappy insurance undercuts Obamacare, rapid fire rifle device on...
Episode #1850: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Charles (@charlesrockhill) joins the show to talk  Queer Eye ,  Altered Carbon , and season 3 of  Scream . Also, homophobic Billy Graham is dead, Marco Rubio is absolutely eviscerated during town hall on gun violence and NRA’s Dana Loesch is constantly booed, right-wingers accuse Parkland students of being actors, Trump needed a reminder to listen to...
Episode #1851: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Erek (@erek_smith) joins the show to discuss the flu epidemic and to help answer a Patreon question about labeling mass shootings as “terrorism.” Also, Trump proposes pay bonuses for armed teachers, the NRA is losing major sponsors and partners amid calls for a boycott, Florida governor Rick Scott plans to raise minimum age to purchase guns to 21 ( but is...
Episode #1852: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Erek (@erek_smith) joins the show for viewing recs:  Altered Carbon  (kind of),  Wormwood ,  Bondi Rescue , reading recs: The Comedians and Improv Nation, and listening rec: aboriginal didgeridoo music. Also, all of West Virginia’s public school teachers are on strike , Mexican President cancels trip to D.C. after heated call with Trump, Mueller files a...
Episode #1853: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Meredith (@MeredithLClark) joins the show to discuss viewing recs  Bondi Rescue,   Escape to the Country , and  Blowout.  Also, Ivanka Trump scolds reporter for “ inappropriate ” question about Trump’s alleged sexual misconduct, Trump claims he would have fought off Parkland shooter without a weapon even through he cited spurs to avoid military service,...
Episode #1854: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Meredith (@MeredithLClark) joins the show to discuss  Eurovision  and   Polyamory. Also, Erick Erickson calls Florida shooting victim a “ high school bully ,” Jared Kushner’s security clearance has been downgraded and Gus Kenworthy’s dog adoption in South Korea sparks debate . The Fun Aunts have discovered leopard print and they’re FREAKING OUT....
Episode #1855: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Rachel (@realslimchada) and Chloe (@itsthechew) join the show to discuss ecstasy, the  Real Housewives  franchise, and Net Neutrality . Also, shocker! Some Academy voters have racist opinions about  Get Out , several major retailers have vowed to stop selling assault-style rifles, two teachers in Georgia have recently fired guns inside classrooms, Florida...
Episode #1856: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Rachel (@realslimchada) and Chloe (@itsthechew) join the show to discuss listening recs: Bat For Lashes, Jack Garrett, The National, Humble The Poet, Real Crime Profile, viewing recs: The Leftovers, Grand Design, and Big Dreams Small Spaces, and reading recs: Juliet Takes a Breath, How We Are Hungry, and Sex At Dawn. Also, Hope Hicks is out as White House...
Episode #1857: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Charles (@charlesrockhill) joins the show to discuss Allison seeing a rat eat vomit, the Show Time kids, and true crime podcasts. Also, Oscars 2018: The Shape of Water wins big, despite the emphasis on #MeToo and #TimesUp, rapist Kobe Bryant and domestic abuser Gary Oldman both won Oscars, sadly Taraji P. Henson was not shading Ryan Seacrest, Democrats and...
Episode #1858: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Charles (@charlesrockhill) joins the show to help answer Patreon questions about jiujitsu, vegan food trucks, and wooden gifts. Also, media recs: the Jerry Springer opera,  Unsolved Mysteries , and Pen Pal , the far-right surges as Italy faces hung Parliament, a teen South Carolina school shooter wanted to beat other mass shooters— but he couldn’t get...
Episode #1859: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Parker (@parkermolloy) joins the show to discuss  Black Panther and to help answer Patreon questions about trans people as nuclear weapons,  Hum  updates, and Gary Oldman’s son denying the allegations of domestic violence. Also, striking West Virginia teachers won big over Republican lawmakers, Trump calls outgoing economic adviser Gary Cohn a “ globalist...
Episode #1860: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Rachel (@realslimchada) and Chloe (@itsthechew) join the show to help answer Patreon questions about sketch comedy and discuss their favorite names. Also, the GOP claims lots of women work in the White House—like Trump’s wife and daughter, Trump dines with white supremacist Sebastian Gorka and Fox News’ Jesse Watters, key aide to EPA’s Scott Pruitt has...
Episode #1861: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Rachel (@realslimchada) and Chloe (@itsthechew) join the show to help answer Patreon questions about traveling as a vegan, beach reads, and to offer media recs:  The Happiness  Podcast ,  Off-Book Musical Improv Podcast ,  Survivor ,  Everything Sucks ,  Strangers 2 , and the second season of  Jessica Jones (no spoilers). Also, top ACLU voting rights...
Episode #1862: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Melissa Gira Grant (@melissagira) joins the show to discuss police raiding strip clubs in the French Quarter,  Bethenny and Fredrik , Stormy Daniels, and to help answer a Patreon question about websites that rate sex workers. Also, Trump ousts Secretary of State Rex Tillerson for CIA director Mike Pompeo, Pompeo to be replaced by deputy director Gina Haspel who...
Episode #1863: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Melissa Gira Grant (@melissagira) joins the show to discuss Ivanka addressing sex work and to offer media recs:  The Alienist ,  Babylon Berlin ,  Jessica Jones  Season 2 (no spoilers),  Black Lightning , Spotify’s thunder sound effects,  Slate ‘s  After Burn , Anne Rice’s The Witching Hour, and Dylan Jones’ David Bowie. Also, Patreon questions...
Episode #1864: Sign up to support Allison’s future BRAND-NEW podcast at  patreon.com/allisonkilkenny  for as little as $1/month! Parker (@parkermolloy) joins the show for the LAST REGULAR EPISODE OF CITIZEN RADIO EVER! Parker talks about therapy and Allison discusses cat updates and shouts out Jason Scott who archived the old episodes of CR for your listening pleasure . Also, media recs: an anti-rec from Parker to NOT read that article about the girl who gouged out her own eyes, but DO...
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Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Mark Z. Jacobson; Mary A. Cameron; Eleanor M. Hennessy; Ivalin Petkov; Clayton B. Meyer; Tanvi K. Gambhir; Amanda T. Maki; Katherine Pfleeger; Hailey Clonts; Avery L. McEvoy; Matthew L. Miccioli; Anna Katharina von Krauland; Rebecca W. Fang; Mark A. Delucchi
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Towns and cities worldwide emit significant pollution and are also increasingly affected by pollution's health and climate impacts. Local decision makers can alleviate these impacts by transitioning the energy they control to 100% clean, renewable energy and energy efficiency. This study develops roadmaps to transition 53 towns and cities in the United States, Canada, and Mexico to 100% wind, water, and sunlight (WWS) in all energy sectors by no later than 2050, with at least 80% by 2030. The...
Topics: Climate change, Renewable energy, Solar, Sustainable cities, Urban air pollution, Wind
Red Bull Music Academy: The Mirror
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On April 5th, 1998, the very first Red Bull Music Academy lecture took place in Berlin, with techno pioneer Jeff Mills sitting on the couch to dispense wisdom earned throughout his trailblazing career. Over the 20 years since, RBMA lectures have expanded to include all manner of inspiring music-makers around the world, from well-known artists to behind-the-scenes legends. But whether they’re a household name or a quiet influence, RBMA lecturers represent an unparalleled source of musical...
Topics: Youtube, video, Entertainment, “red bull music academy”, “red bull”, “studio science”,...
The FTP Site Boneyard
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This is a large mirroring of the contents of FTP.BLASTWAVE.ORG, a site dedicated to Sun Solaris packages. Containing roughly 83gb of materials, it is now useful for historical research. Most appear to be for Solaris 8, 9 and 10. (SunOS 5.8, 5.9, 5.10). To browse a textfile of the contents of the .TAR file, click here .
Console Demos
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Full demo information and links at https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=79687 2019 by K-Storm Type: demo Release Date: december 2018 Release Party:
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Erin E. Black; Ken O. Buesseler; Steven M. Pike; Phoebe J. Lam
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Oxygen minimum zones (OMZs) are thought to be regions of decreased carbon attenuation in the upper ocean with a biological pump that could deliver a greater percentage of exported carbon to the mesopelagic relative to surrounding waters. However, much is still unknown about carbon cycling through these zones and the areas of extreme oxygen minima (nM O 2 ) or oxygen deficient zones (ODZs) within the OMZs. Paired sampling for 234 Th (t½ ~ 24.1 days) and particulate organic carbon (POC) was...
Topics: Export, GEOTRACES, GP-16, Oxygen minimum layer, Particulate organic carbon, Remineralization,...
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Louise Sandberg Sørensen; Sebastian B. Simonsen; René Forsberg; Kirill Khvorostovsky; Rakia Meister; Marcus E. Engdahl
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The shape of the large ice sheets responds rapidly to climate change, making the elevation changes of these ice-covered regions an essential climate variable. Consistent, long time series of these elevation changes are of great scientific value. Here, we present a newly-developed data product of 25 years of elevation changes of the Greenland Ice Sheet, derived from satellite radar altimetry. The data product is made publicly available within the Greenland Ice Sheets project as part of the ESA...
Topics: Greenland Ice Sheet, elevation change, essential climate variable, radar altimetry
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Jakub Langhammer; Bohumír Janský; Jan Kocum; Robert Minařík
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The small reservoirs in the European montane landscape, which were built in past centuries for various purposes, represent specific cultural and technical heritage but also feature retention potential for mitigating the emerging impacts of climate change, namely, the course of flooding or droughts. However, the frequent lack of technical data on these historical structures, including their storage volume and flooded areas, prevents their consideration in water management planning. In this...
Topics: Bathymetry, DEM, LiDAR, Reservoir, Retention, Total station, UAV
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Thomas Helser; Craig Kastelle; Aron Crowell; Takayuki Ushikubo; Ian J. Orland; Reinhard Kozdon; John W. Valley
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We measured δ 18 O values in modern and archaeological Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus) otoliths recovered from Aialik Bay on the Pacific coast of the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, using a high precision ion microprobe. Values of δ 18 O were measured in as many as sixty 10-μm spots along 2–3 mm transects from the otolith core to its margin with high spot-to-spot analytical precision (δ 18 O ± 0.3‰). We obtained sample densities along a linear transect that were at least 2 to 3 times...
Topics: Climate change, Gulf of Alaska, Ion microprobe, Little ice age, Oxygen isotopes, Pacific cod
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Ben's FTP List (May, 2018): This is a trimmed down list of all servers that are online and allow anonymous connections. There are 244441 FTP's in total Please note: It is unknown if these servers are online after the scan or are behind dynamic IP addresses, making it impossible to guarantee if they are available after this list was compiled. This census is provided as a series of bzip2 files, which can be read directly by utilities such as zmore and zless. It is both intended to be used for...
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by Kuldeep D. More; William D. Orsi; Valier Galy; Liviu Giosan; Lijun He; Kliti Grice; Marco J.L. Coolen
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An extensive oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) occurs in the northeastern (NE) Arabian Sea where sedimentary records show evidence of alternating strong and weak OMZs that correlate with North Atlantic climate variability during the last glacial–interglacial cycle. OMZs are expanding world-wide, but information on long-term OMZ-ecosystem interactions is mainly limited to fossilized species, notably foraminifera. Here, we provide a first comprehensive ancient sedimentary DNA record of both fossilizing...
Topics: Northeast Arabian Sea, glacial–interglacial cycle, oxygen minimum zone, paleogenomics, protist...
The Subtropical Front (STF) is one of the major ocean fronts in the south-west Pacific. The STF migration has a distinct but varying impact on the temperature change throughout the region. To improve our understanding on the history of the STF migration and the relationship between STF migration and global climate change, we have generated a 450-kyr record of sea surface temperature (SST) change at IODP Site U1352 located in the Canterbury Basin off New Zealand. Planktonic foraminiferal...
Topics: Planktonic foraminifers, Sea surface temperature, Sea-level changes, South-west Pacific, Southland...
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by Sarah J. Davies; Melanie J. Leng; Anders Noren
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The transition from the mid-to late-Holocene in MesoAmerica saw increasing complexity in spatial patterns of change. Records from the western part of the region are sparse, with lacustrine sequences affected by long term anthropogenic disturbance or lacking chronological resolution. Here, we present a continuous palaeoecological and geochemical record from Laguna de Juanacatlán, a remote lake in the mountains of the western TMVB. Diatom assemblages, XRF scanning data and bulk organic...
Topics: Diatoms, Geochemistry, Holocene, North America, Palaeolimnology, Pollen
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by Ariola Visha; Nilima Gandhi; Satyendra P. Bhavsar; George B. Arhonditsis
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Polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) contamination has historically posed constraints on the recreational and commercial fishing industry in the Great Lakes. Empirical evidence suggests that PCB contamination represents a greater health risk from fish consumption than other legacy contaminants. The present study attempts a rigorous assessment of the spatio-temporal PCB trends in multiple species across the Canadian waters of the Great Lakes. We applied a Bayesian modelling framework, whereby we...
Topics: Bioaccumulation, Dynamic linear modelling, Fish contamination, Great Lakes, Hierarchical Bayesian...
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Understanding the key drivers that affect a decline of soil organic carbon (SOC) stock in agricultural areas is of major concern since leading to a decline in service provision from soils and potentially carbon release into the atmosphere. Despite an increasing attention is given to SOC depletion and degradation processes, SOC dynamics are far from being completely understood because they occur in the long term and are the result of a complex interaction between management and pedo-climatic...
Topics: Agricultural management, Decision support system, Land use, Soil organic carbon
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by Matthew McLean; David Mouillot; Martin Lindegren; Georg Engelhard; Sébastien Villéger; Anik Brind'Amour; Arnaud Auber
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Sustainably managing natural resources under climate change requires understanding how species distribution shifts can impact ecosystem structure and functioning. While numerous studies have documented changes in species’ distributions and abundances in response to warming [1, 2], the consequences for the functional structure of ecosystems (i.e., composition of species’ functional traits) have received less attention. Here, using thirty years of fish monitoring, we show that two connected...
Topics: climate change, distribution shifts, ecosystem functioning, fisheries, functional traits, pelagic...
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by John G. Anasis; Mohammad Aslam Khan Khalil; Christopher Butenhoff; Randall Bluffstone; George G. Lendaris
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Addressing greenhouse gas emissions and the associated global temperature rise will be one of the key issues of the 21st century. The supply and use of energy is the single largest contributor to anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions through the burning of fossil fuels. Given the role fossil fuel use plays in the global economy, curtailing their use in order to mitigate climate change will be very difficult. This has led to proposals to deploy various types of geoengineering as a means of...
Topics: Energy policy assessment, Energy system modeling, Geoengineering
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by Yaling Nie; Styliani Avraamidou; Xin Xiao; Efstratios N. Pistikopoulos; Jie Li; Yujiao Zeng; Fei Song; Jie Yu; Min Zhu
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Allocation and management of agricultural land is of emergent concern due to land scarcity, diminishing supply of energy and water, and the increasing demand of food globally. To achieve social, economic and environmental goals in a specific agricultural land area, people and society must make decisions subject to the demand and supply of food, energy and water (FEW). Interdependence among these three elements, the Food-Energy-Water Nexus (FEW-N), requires that they be addressed concertedly....
Topics: Data-driven modeling, Food-Energy-Water Nexus, Integrated assessment, Land use, Multi-objective...
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by Christopher Severen; Christopher Costello; Olivier Deschênes
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The hedonic pricing method is one of the main approaches used to estimate the economic value of attributes that affect the market price of an asset. This method is routinely used in environmental economics to derive the economic valuation of environmental attributes such as air pollution and water quality. For example, the “Ricardian approach” is based on a hedonic regression of land values on historical climate variables. Forecasts of future climate can then be employed to estimate the...
Topics: Agricultural land prices, Climate change, Climate change and agriculture, Climate change forecasts,...
Increased global competition in the agricultural sector is rapidly changing the structure of farms and farming. As the number of small and diversified farms (often family-owned) decreases, the number of large and specialized farms (often corporate-owned) is increasing. In this transformation, the agricultural sector is more and more concerned with strategy, innovation, and competition in the effort to be more productive and more profitable. At the same time, the sector faces demands that it...
Topics: 5S, Agriculture, Green Lean, Lean tools, Value stream mapping
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A Guy Called Gerald talked about his formative influences and delivers some sage advice to up-and-coming artists in his lecture at RBMA London 2010. TOPICS: 1:11 - Manchester 26:53 - “Voodoo Ray” 46:16 - 808 State 57:40 - The Haçienda 1:15:15 - Black Secret Technology 1:23:13 - Relationship of music and technology MUSIC: 26:52 - A Guy Called Gerald – “Voodoo Ray” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lqd5eD3evR8 58:08 - 808 State – “Pacific State”...
Topics: Youtube, video, Entertainment, “red bull music academy”, “red bull”, A Guy Called Gerald,...
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by Salah L. Zubaidi; Jayne Dooley; Rafid M. Alkhaddar; Mawada Abdellatif; Hussein Al-Bugharbee; Sandra Ortega-Martorell
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Valid and dependable water demand prediction is a major element of the effective and sustainable expansion of municipal water infrastructures. This study provides a novel approach to quantifying water demand through the assessment of climatic factors, using a combination of a pretreatment signal technique, a hybrid particle swarm optimisation algorithm and an artificial neural network (PSO-ANN). The Singular Spectrum Analysis (SSA) technique was adopted to decompose and reconstruct water...
Topics: Melbourne, Neural network model, Particle swarm optimization, Singular spectrum analysis, Urban...
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Improving the energy efficiency of buildings is a key strategy in responding to climate change and resource challenges associated with the use of fossil fuel derived energy. The characteristics of the building envelope play a decisive role in determining building operation energy. Transparent Insulation Materials (TIMs) add to the strategies that may be used to sustain these improvements: they can reduce heat loss by providing high thermal resistance while effectively transmitting solar energy...
Topics: Optical performance, Thermal performance, Transparent Insulation Materials (TIM)
Decomposition processes influence the formation of soil organic carbon stocks, and it is necessary to understand how both will respond to climate change. A Space-For-Time (SFT) substitution allows the comparison of litter decomposition under current and future conditions in the field, using a spatial gradient of environmental conditions. Here we used a SFT approach to study the effects of a difference in temperature similar to the predicted increase of 3.2–3.5 °C in Central Europe until...
Topics: Detritivores, Litter mass loss, Mountain carbon stocks, Space-For-Time substitution, Temperature
Sketch Stacks
by Onkar Dalal, Deepa Mahajan, Ilana Segal
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We use the Meme-tracking system to understand how phrases spread across news sources. We have observed how a meme gains momentum and loses popularity, and observed how the category of the meme affects its life. We begin by looking at various statistics from the frequency data to understand differences between the lifetime of memes across subject matter and media source, and look for methods to predict how the shape of the graph will change over time. Additionally, we consider the graph of news...
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In this paper, we survey the literature applying viability theory to the sustainable management of renewable resources. After a refresher on the main concepts of viability theory, we provide a general map of the contributions and next discuss them by area of application, including ecosystems and population biology, climate change, forestry and others. We conclude by pointing out issues that deserve more attention and should be part of a research agenda.
Topics: Climate change, Fisheries, Forests, Renewable resources, Sustainability, Viability theory
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by Pieter A. Zuidema; Benjamin Poulter; David C. Frank
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Realistic forecasting of forest responses to climate change critically depends on key advancements in global vegetation modelling. Compared with traditional ‘big-leaf’ models that simulate forest stands, ‘next-generation’ vegetation models aim to track carbon-, light-, water-, and nutrient-limited growth of individual trees. Wood biology can play an important role in delivering the required knowledge at tissue-to-individual levels, at minute-to-century scales and for model...
Topics: Climate change, Earth system models, forests, individual-based models, vegetation modelling
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by Kristen Carlson; Leland C. Bement; Brian J. Carter; Brendan J. Culleton; Douglas J. Kennett
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Stable carbon (δ13C) and nitrogen (δ15N) isotope ratios from bison bone collagen recovered from Paleoindian bison kill sites provide a record of the B/A, YD, and EH climates in the North American southern Plains. This record is compared to the stable C isotopes derived from previously published, dated paleosols from the region. Together these data sources define a local response of the southern Plains grassland structure to the changing climatic conditions, specifically temperature and...
Topics: Bison antiquus, Clovis drought, Paleoindians, Stable isotopes, Younger Dryas
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by undefined Shweta; Bimal K. Bhattacharya; Akhouri Pramod Krishna
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The annual water loss through evapotranspiration (ET) is an uncertain but significant component of India's water budget. The present study generated independent estimates of baseline annual ET, calibrated with in situ micrometeorological data over Indian sub-continent, using surface energy balance framework and satellite-based long-term thermal remote sensing, visible and near-infrared observations as the primary data sources. Thirty years’ (1981–2010) of satellite-based ET estimates at...
Topics: Surface energy balance, Thermal remote sensing
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To clarify the current situation, hotspots, and development trends, in the field of climate change adaptation, we analysed a massive literature dataset from the Web of Science database by bibliometric method. By characterising the data about each publication, the result indicate that the field of climate change adaptation has entered a stage of rapid development. The USA occupies a leading position in terms of comprehensive strength with the largest publications output as well as a greater...
Topics: Bibliometric analysis, Climate change adaptation, Frequency and co-occurrence analysis, Massive...
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Recent publications are reviewed in the context of urban health issues possibly resulting from global climate change. The most important phenomena having an impact on health discussed in the paper include increased ultraviolet radiation due to stratospheric ozone, temperature-related effects, precipitation-related effects (both excessive precipitation and drought), vector-borne diseases, and finally air quality, smog-related effects. Among the above, those most directly linked to climate change...
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by Brooks A. Kaiser; Melina Kourantidou; Linda Fernandez
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Closing of the marine commons increases economic returns and slows depletion of valuable ocean resources. Rights-based management is widely used for fisheries rationalization. Regulators with sound biological and economic information can in theory set overall harvest control rules that protect the fish stocks, and manage for external costs and benefits from harvest. These may include ecosystem damages, overcapitalization in the fishery, and/or equity concerns. Regulatory efforts and related...
Topics: Fisheries economics, Open access fisheries, Property rights regimes, Snow Crab (C. opilio),...
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by Richard K.F. Unsworth; Len J. McKenzie; Lina M. Nordlund; Leanne C. Cullen-Unsworth
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Tropical coral reefs are threatened and in decline, and their future is highly uncertain. With increasing rates of climate change and rising global temperatures, people looking to coral reefs for food and income may increasingly have to rely on resources from other habitats. Efforts to protect and conserve the coral reefs we have left are critical for a suite of economic, ecological, cultural and intrinsic reasons, but there is also an urgent need to take heed of the future scenarios from coral...
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by Gurwinder Singh; Kripal S. Lakhi; Kavitha Ramadass; Sungho Kim; Declan Stockdale; Ajayan Vinu
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Novel acid treated porous activated biocarbons (APABs) are synthesized from biomass waste, Arundo donax, through sulphuric acid polymerization followed by a single step solid state activation using KOH at a fixed carbonization temperature of 600 °C. The specific surface area and the pore volume of the prepared materials is controlled by varying the ratio of KOH to biomass from 1 to 4. The sample prepared with the KOH/biomass ratio of 3 is found to be the best as it exhibits the specific...
Topics: Activated biocarbons, Arundo donax, CO 2 capture, High surface area, Porous
Studying the differences in phenology among plant species is important for understanding their physiological and reproductive responses to climate change and complex inter-species interactions. This study conducted a comparative analysis of the spatio-temporal variation in the phenologies of two herbaceous species (Plantago asiatica and Taraxacum mongolicum) and associated climatic driving factors on the Tibetan Plateau (TP) based on ground-observed phenology data during 2000–2012. The...
Topics: Climate change, Phenology, Plantago asiatica, Taraxacum mongolicum, Tibetan plateau
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Climate change is influencing tree phenology, causing earlier and more prolonged canopy closure in temperate forests. Canopy closure is closely associated with understorey light, so shifts in its timing have wide-reaching consequences for ecological processes in the understorey. Widespread monitoring of forest canopies through time is needed to understand changes in light availability during spring in particular. Canopy openness, derived from hemispherical photography, has frequently been used...
Topics: Citizen science, Fisheye photography, Hemispherical photography, Phenology
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by P. Goglio; W. N. Smith; B. B. Grant; R. L. Desjardins; X. Gao; K. Hanis; M. Tenuta; C. A. Campbell; B. G. McConkey; T. Nemecek; P. J. Burgess; A. G. Williams
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Carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide are two important greenhouse gases (GHG) released from cropping systems. Their emissions can vary substantially with climate, soil, and crop management. While different methods are available to account for GHG emissions in life cycle assessments (LCA) of crop production, there are no standard procedures. In this study, the objectives were: (i) to compare several methods of estimating CO2 and N2O emissions for a LCA of cropping systems and (ii) to estimate the...
Topics: Cropping systems, GHG, LCA, Measurements, Methods, Model
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by Portia Murray; Kristina Orehounig; David Grosspietsch; Jan Carmeliet
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The potential of both long-term (hydrogen storage) and short-term (batteries and thermal) storage systems in decentralized neighbourhoods are assessed using a multi-objective optimization approach that minimizes both costs and CO2 emissions. A method is developed, which evaluates the performance of long and short-term storage systems in the future based on multi-objective optimization. More specifically, hydrogen storage is investigated for its future potential to be used as a long-term storage...
Topics: Decentralized energy systems, Multi-objective optimization, Power-to-hydrogen, Renewable energy...
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Currently, the genus Kurixalus comprises 14 species distributed in Southern, Southeast and East Asia. Because of their relatively low dispersal capability and intolerance of seawater, this group is ideal for the study of terrestrial range evolution, especially that portion of its range that extends into the island archipelagos of Southern Asia. We assembled a large dataset of mitochondrial and nuclear genes, and estimated phylogeny by maximum likelihood and Bayesian methods, and we explored the...
Topics: Kurixalus, Phylogeny, Southeast Asia, Speciation
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Several factors such as climate change, increment in fuel cost and digital technology era have lead to transformation of conventional grid into smart grid. Existing microgrid can be integrated with smart grid characteristics by various topologies, including cogeneration system where both electricity and thermal energy from single source of fuel can be produced. Cogeneration system has better efficiency, lower costs and able to reduce greenhouse gas emissions compared to singular conventional...
Topics: Cogenerations, Commercial building, Fuel cell, Hierarchical control, Prime movers
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The thermal regime of rivers plays an important role in the overall health and composition of aquatic ecosystems, and together with flow, is recognised as one of the most influential abiotic drivers of aquatic ecosystem processes affecting species distribution. Changes in thermal conditions in aquatic systems are driven by on-going human-induced climate change, hydrological, regional and structural factors. Here, we quantified the impact of instream impoundments on the natural longitudinal...
Topics: Adaptive management, Aquatic macroinvertebrate, Catchment conservation, Longitudinal connectivity,...
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by Patricio I. Moreno; Javiera Videla; Blas Valero-Garcés; Brent V. Alloway; Linda E. Heusser
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We present a high-resolution precisely dated terrestrial paleovegetation/paleoclimate record from Lago Pichilaguna, northwestern Patagonia (40°–44°S), which spans continuously from the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) to the present. We find abundant and continuous presence of arboreal pollen (chiefly Nothofagus) during the LGM, accompanied by other trees, shrubs, and alpine herbs. These results suggest Subantarctic parkland and/or scattered woodlands under a cold and hyperhumid climate during...
Topics: Fire disturbance, Holocene, Last glacial maximum, Last glacial termination, Northwestern patagonia,...
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by Jiabo Yin; Shenglian Guo; Shaokun He; Jiali Guo; Xingjun Hong; Zhangjun Liu
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Climate change will lead to great impacts on flood frequency curve and design floods in the future. However, traditional hydrologic approaches often fail to analyze the flood characteristics within a bivariate framework under changing environment. Moreover, previous studies investigating bivariate characteristics of flood usually do not derive the adaptive flood quantiles. This study assesses the implications of climate change for future bivariate quantiles of flood peak and volume in Ganjiang...
Topics: Bivariate analysis, Climate change, Copula function, Flood frequency analysis, Ganjiang River basin
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by Mengyao Gao; Shu Yuan Pan; Wen Chang Chen; Pen Chi Chiang
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Due to global climate change and resource shortages, significant attention has been focused on exploiting environmentally friendly materials, such as naturally derived materials (e.g., biomass), for electrochemical energy storage to achieve a circular economy. One current area of research focus is bionics, which is a promising strategy to make materials with three-dimensional ordered structures that offer multiple contributions to bulk electrochemical properties. To develop high-performance...
Topics: Circular economy, Environmental benefits, Plant-based biomass, Rechargeable batteries,...
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The increasing regional and global impact of wildfires on the environment, and particularly on the human population, is becoming a focus of the research community. Both fire behaviour and smoke dispersion models are now underpinning strategic and tactical fire management by many government agencies and therefore model accuracy at regional and local scales is increasingly important. This demands accuracy of all the components of the model systems, biomass fuel loads being among the more...
Topics: CWD, Carbon, Eucalypt, Fine fuels, Fire, Prescribed burning
Wind power supplies clean energy, but it is vulnerable to climate change. As the impacts of climate change increase, economic assessment methods of wind power projects are required to capture climate uncertainties. The study proposes a decision-making model to analyze the economic feasibility of offshore wind farm projects considering the impacts of climate change using real options analysis (ROA). The model can consider project volatility using the wind speed projected from climate scenarios...
Topics: Climate change, Climate uncertainty, Offshore wind power, Real options analysis
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by Modeste Kameni Nematchoua; Paola Ricciardi; José A. Orosa; Cinzia Buratti
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Climate change continues to remain the main concern of all nations, and the adverse effects of this problem are enormous. This research was aimed to study the variation of outdoor climate in some regions of Madagascar, and also the assessment of impacts and vulnerabilities related to global warming. Toward this end, the daily data relating to the last 44 years have been studied. A first analyse has been carried out with several GCMs models, and scenarios(A2, A1B and B1), then RCM models...
Topics: Climate change, Detailed study, Madagascar, Vulnerability
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In the ocean, propagules with a planktonic stage are typically dispersed some distance downstream of the parent generation, introducing an asymmetry to the dispersal. Ocean-dwelling species have also been shown to exhibit chaotic population dynamics. Therefore, we must better understand chaotic population dynamics under the influence of asymmetrical dispersal. Here, we examine a density-dependent population in a current, where the current has both a mean and stochastic component. In our finite...
Topics: Asymmetric dispersal, Chaotic dynamics, Gaussian kernel dispersal, Logistic map, Spatial population...
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by Marion Robert; Éric Casellas; Pierre Casel; Patrick Chabrier; Alexandre Joannon; Jacques Éric Bergez
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Farming systems are complex and have several dimensions that interact in a dynamic and continuous manner depending on farmers' management strategies. This complexity peaks in Indian semi-arid regions, where small farms encounter a highly competitive environment for markets and resources, especially unreliable access to water from rainfall and irrigation. NAMASTE, a dynamic computer model for water management at the farm level, was developed to reproduce interactions between decisions...
Topics: Adaptation, Climate change, Farmer's decision-making process, Modeling, Water management policy