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And Another Claim Bites the Dust05-03-2017 22:03
Wake
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Reading:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instrumental_temperature_record

Which shows the rise in temperature and then reading:

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2012/12/07/a-brief-history-of-atmospheric-carbon-dioxide-record-breaking/

Reveals the statement:

"From 1750 to 1875, atmospheric CO2 rose at ten times the rate of the cumulative anthropogenic emissions" "Cumulative anthropogenic emissions didn't "catch up" to the rise in atmospheric CO2 until 1960."

If we look at the Vostok Ice Core data we find:

http://joannenova.com.au/global-warming-2/ice-core-graph/

We find that there is an 800 year lag in temperature increases and CO2 increases. Since the CO2 increases started in 1750 and the Medieval Warm Period was 950 to 1250 someone with any real interest in science would see a connection.

But the Four Headless Horsemen of the Apocalypse do not.

They call the papers that show that CO2 doesn't absorb any more energy at levels above 100 ppm or so "junk science".

They express the opinions on the fact that the rise since 1960 and now of CO2 is the cause of AGW despite the fact that we can see that we know that CO2 follows some 800 years AFTER a temperature rise and drops 800 years after a temperature drop.

It must be hard to have no real response except "you're lying" or "that's been proven to be junk science" but strangely they do not quote a paper showing it to be junk science - only the opinions of other unqualified people.
05-03-2017 22:12
Ceist
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Wake wrote:
Reading:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instrumental_temperature_record

Which shows the rise in temperature and then reading:

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2012/12/07/a-brief-history-of-atmospheric-carbon-dioxide-record-breaking/

Reveals the statement:

"From 1750 to 1875, atmospheric CO2 rose at ten times the rate of the cumulative anthropogenic emissions" "Cumulative anthropogenic emissions didn't "catch up" to the rise in atmospheric CO2 until 1960."

If we look at the Vostok Ice Core data we find:

http://joannenova.com.au/global-warming-2/ice-core-graph/

We find that there is an 800 year lag in temperature increases and CO2 increases. Since the CO2 increases started in 1750 and the Medieval Warm Period was 950 to 1250 someone with any real interest in science would see a connection.

But the Four Headless Horsemen of the Apocalypse do not.

They call the papers that show that CO2 doesn't absorb any more energy at levels above 100 ppm or so "junk science".

They express the opinions on the fact that the rise since 1960 and now of CO2 is the cause of AGW despite the fact that we can see that we know that CO2 follows some 800 years AFTER a temperature rise and drops 800 years after a temperature drop.

It must be hard to have no real response except "you're lying" or "that's been proven to be junk science" but strangely they do not quote a paper showing it to be junk science - only the opinions of other unqualified people.


Mindlessly parroting 2 junkscience conspiracy blogs WUWT and JoNova?

And you want to be taken seriously? Get real.

As I've already posted in another thread:
http://www.climate-debate.com/forum/highest-co2-in-thousands-of-years-d6-e1338.php

LOL! If you are going to 'attempt' to hold a 'scientific discussion', how about you try using published literature as a source rather than junkscience blogs and shit assertions you just made up or parroted.

For example, try reading this paper:

Shakun, J. D., Clark, P. U., He, F., Marcott, S. A., Mix, A. C., Liu, Z., ... & Bard, E. (2012). Global warming preceded by increasing carbon dioxide concentrations during the last deglaciation. Nature, 484(7392), 49-54.

Here's a link to a copy as I doubt you have access to Journals:

https://www2.bc.edu/jeremy-shakun/Shakun%20et%20al.,%202012,%20Nature.pdf

Or perhaps try reading the Caillon et al 2003 paper where that ridiculous science denier myth of "temp always leads CO2" originally came from. It was from a misrepresentation of this paper.

Caillon, N., Severinghaus, J. P., Jouzel, J., Barnola, J. M., Kang, J., & Lipenkov, V. Y. (2003). Timing of atmospheric CO2 and Antarctic temperature changes across Termination III. Science, 299(5613), 1728-1731.

Here's a copy:
http://courses.washington.edu/proxies/CaillonScience2003.pdf
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05-03-2017 22:14
Wake
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Ceist wrote:
Parroting 2 junkscience conspiracy blogs? And you want to be taken seriously? Get real.


We've already noted that you've no references to call anything junk science because you haven't any personal training to call head or tails on the flipped coin.
05-03-2017 22:19
Ceist
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Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
Parroting 2 junkscience conspiracy blogs? And you want to be taken seriously? Get real.


We've already noted that you've no references to call anything junk science because you haven't any personal training to call head or tails on the flipped coin.


I'm the one posting published papers as sources. You're the one posting links to junkscience conspiracy blogs.
05-03-2017 22:26
Wake
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Ceist wrote:
Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
Parroting 2 junkscience conspiracy blogs? And you want to be taken seriously? Get real.


We've already noted that you've no references to call anything junk science because you haven't any personal training to call head or tails on the flipped coin.


I'm the one posting published papers as sources. You're the one posting links to junkscience conspiracy blogs.


Since you have not the slightest credentials to call anything "junk science" your call is nothing more than white noise amongst the True Believers.
05-03-2017 22:30
Ceist
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Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
Parroting 2 junkscience conspiracy blogs? And you want to be taken seriously? Get real.


We've already noted that you've no references to call anything junk science because you haven't any personal training to call head or tails on the flipped coin.


I'm the one posting published papers as sources. You're the one posting links to junkscience conspiracy blogs.


Since you have not the slightest credentials to call anything "junk science" your call is nothing more than white noise amongst the True Believers.


Since you don't even know the difference between posts on junkscience conspiracy blogs and research papers published in science Journals like Nature and Science, your 'call' is just the sound of mindless glazed-eyed bleating like any other scientifically illiterate science denying sheep.

You go on and on about 'credentials' but you illogically appeal to the false authority of junkscience blogs run by non-scientists.
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05-03-2017 22:33
Wake
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Ceist wrote:
Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
Parroting 2 junkscience conspiracy blogs? And you want to be taken seriously? Get real.


We've already noted that you've no references to call anything junk science because you haven't any personal training to call head or tails on the flipped coin.


I'm the one posting published papers as sources. You're the one posting links to junkscience conspiracy blogs.


Since you have not the slightest credentials to call anything "junk science" your call is nothing more than white noise amongst the True Believers.


Since you don't even know the difference between posts on junkscience conspiracy blogs and papers published in science Journals like Nature and Science, your 'call' is just the sound of bleating by scientifically illiterate science denying sheep.


You've already told us that a "blog" which is a form of published paper is junk science despite the fact that it references peer reviewed papers. The very fact that you don't even know that publishing via the Internet is now an acceptable form shows again your ignorance. So what are your credentials?
05-03-2017 22:42
Ceist
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Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
Parroting 2 junkscience conspiracy blogs? And you want to be taken seriously? Get real.


We've already noted that you've no references to call anything junk science because you haven't any personal training to call head or tails on the flipped coin.


I'm the one posting published papers as sources. You're the one posting links to junkscience conspiracy blogs.


Since you have not the slightest credentials to call anything "junk science" your call is nothing more than white noise amongst the True Believers.


Since you don't even know the difference between posts on junkscience conspiracy blogs and papers published in science Journals like Nature and Science, your 'call' is just the sound of bleating by scientifically illiterate science denying sheep.


You've already told us that a "blog" which is a form of published paper is junk science despite the fact that it references peer reviewed papers. The very fact that you don't even know that publishing via the Internet is now an acceptable form shows again your ignorance. So what are your credentials?


"A blog is a form of published paper"? LOL! You really are looney tunes.

If you had bothered to actually read the 'referenced papers', and had any scientific background at all, and weren't completely blinkered by your ideology and a severe case of the Dunning Kruger effect, you might, just might ....be able to see how those junkscience blogs completely misrepresent the papers they reference.
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05-03-2017 22:45
Wake
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Ceist wrote:
LOL! You really are looney tunes.


And we're still waiting for those credentials. What makes you think you have the credence of a sow in heat?

Here's what we know about you:

Birthdate: Not Specified
Sex: Not Specified
Occupation: Not Specified
Location: Reality
Interests: Not Specified

Apparently your version of reality is following your leaders like a sheep. Is that like saying that conditions in Greenland now are like they were in 1100 AD?
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06-03-2017 05:04
litesong
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[b]Ceist wrote:Mindlessly parroting 2 junkscience conspiracy blogs WUWT and JoNova?

Indeed it does parrot, because it is not human.
Meanwhile:
The solar TSI has been languid for many decades & low for 10 years (including a 3+year low setting a 100 year record). Yet, 385+ straight months of temperatures have past, all over the 20th century average. The last 3 years have been successively the hottest years ever recorded. Presently, Arctic sea ice extent has been below 14 million square kilometers, ~ 1.5 million square kilometers LESS than the 1980's. Presently, Arctic sea ice VOLUME is 10,600 cubic kilometers LESS than that of the 1980's. This is an equivalent cube of ice, 22 kilometers by 22 kilometers by 65,000 feet high, the energy needed to melt it being 33 times the energy consumption of the U.S. All this, while the sun's HEAT.... is low.
Yes, AGW denier liar whiners are parrots..... also..... old sick silly sleepy sleezy slimy steenkin' filthy vile reprobate rooting (& rotting) racist pukey proud pig AGW denier liar whiners are vociferous voices for rich men who will NOT reward underlings for being underlings.
12-03-2017 04:36
Ceist
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Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
LOL! You really are looney tunes.


And we're still waiting for those credentials. What makes you think you have the credence of a sow in heat?


You can stamp your feet, hold your breath and go blue in the face demanding and waiting for all I care.


However it's you and your junkscience conspiracy blog 'sources' that have the "credence of a sow in heat". Jo Nova and Anthony Watts have zero 'credentials' in earth sciences. Watts doesn't even have an undergrad University degree.

You have proven you don't even have a high-school level of understanding of any of the science fields involved in climate science and are completely unfamiliar with the published literature.

You obviously didn't bother to read the papers I provided for you. Including the Caillon 2003 paper that Jo Nova completely lied about

From the paper itself:

Caillon, N., Severinghaus, J. P., Jouzel, J., Barnola, J. M., Kang, J., & Lipenkov, V. Y. (2003). Timing of atmospheric CO2 and Antarctic temperature changes across Termination III. Science, 299(5613), 1728-1731.

http://courses.washington.edu/proxies/CaillonScience2003.pdf

"Finally, the situation at Termination III differs
from the recent anthropogenic CO2 increase.

As recently noted by Kump (38), we
should distinguish between internal influences
(such as the deglacial CO2 increase) and external
influences (such as the anthropogenic CO2
increase) on the climate system.

Although the recent CO2 increase has clearly been
imposed first, as a result of anthropogenic activities
,
it naturally takes, at Termination III, some time
for CO2 to outgas from the ocean once it starts
to react to a climate change that is first felt in the
atmosphere. The sequence of events during this
Termination is fully consistent with CO2 participating
in the latter 4200 years of the warming.

The radiative forcing due to CO2 may serve
as an amplifier of initial orbital forcing, which is
then further amplified by fast atmospheric feedbacks
(39) that are also at work for the present day
and future climate."

And from the more recent Shakun et al 2012 paper I provided for you:

Shakun, J. D., Clark, P. U., He, F., Marcott, S. A., Mix, A. C., Liu, Z., ... & Bard, E. (2012). Global warming preceded by increasing carbon dioxide concentrations during the last deglaciation. Nature, 484(7392), 49-54.

"Here we construct a record of global surface temperature from 80 proxy records and show that temperature is correlated with and generally lags CO2 during the last (that is, the most recent) deglaciation.

Differences between the respective temperature changes of the Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere parallel variations in the strength of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation recorded in marine sediments. These observations, together with transient global climate model simulations, support the conclusion that an antiphased hemispheric temperature response to ocean circulation changes superimposed on globally in-phase warming driven by increasing CO2 concentrations is an explanation for much of the temperature change at the end of the most recent ice age."
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12-03-2017 04:40
Ceist
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Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
LOL! You really are looney tunes.


And we're still waiting for those credentials. What makes you think you have the credence of a sow in heat?


As you are so easily fooled by junkscience blog posts by crank conspiracy addled scientifically illiterate laypeople, and have such a poor understanding of science yourself, here's a short video presentation by Professor Richard Alley from the 2015 National Academy of Sciences symposium that may help you:

Richard Alley - 4.6 Billion Years of Earth's Climate History: The Role of CO2
National Academy of Sciences

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujkcTZZlikg
12-03-2017 04:45
Ceist
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As for 'scientific credentials', here's Professor Richard Alley's:

http://www.geosc.psu.edu/sites/default/files/alley_vitalong_jan17.pdf

Richard B. Alley
Evan Pugh University Professor of Geosciences
Department of Geosciences, and Earth and Environmental Systems Institute
College of Earth and Mineral Sciences (EMS), The Pennsylvania State University
517 Deike Building, University Park, PA 16802, USA
ph. 814-863-1700, fax 814-863-7823, email rba6@psu.edu
Selected indicators:
Recipient of Prominent Awards for Teaching, for Research, and for Service
Member, U.S. National Academy of Sciences, and Foreign Member, The Royal Society.
Heinz Award; Tyler Prize; BBVA Frontiers of Science Award in Climate Change, Seligman Crystal of the
International Glaciological Society; Arthur L. Day Prize and Lectureship of the US National Academy of Sciences;
Revelle Medal and Fellowship in American Geophysical Union, and recipient of their Climate Communication Prize,
Horton Award (Hydrology Section), and Emiliani Lecturer (Paleo. Section), Nye Lecturer (Cryospheric Sciences
Section), Bjerknes Lecturer (Atmospheric Sciences Section) and Public Lecturer; Louis Agassiz Medal (Cryospheric
Section) of the European Geosciences Union; Schneider Award for Science Communication; Public Service Award and
Fellowship in the Geological Society of America, and the Easterbrook Award of their Quaternary Geology and
Geomorphology Section; American Geological Institute Award For Outstanding Contribution To Public Understanding
of the Geosciences; Pennsylvania Geographical Society Distinguished Geographer Award; Renewable Natural
Resources Foundation Sustained Achievement Award; Friend of the Planet Award of National Center for Science
Education, Fellow in American Association for the Advancement of Science and their Public Engagement with Science
Award, and Fellow in American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Doctor of Science Honoris Causa University of
Chicago, Doctor of Science Honoris Causa University of Wisconsin, Doctor of Humane Letters Honoris Causa Albion
College, US News and World Reports STEM Hall of Fame, Punxsutawney Weather Discovery Center Hall of Fame.
Evan Pugh University Professorship and Faculty Scholar Medal of the Pennsylvania State University, recipient of the
highest University-wide teaching award (the Eisenhower Award) and the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
Wilson Teaching Award, Mitchell Innovative Teaching Award and Faculty Mentoring Award.
D.&L. Packard Fellowship, Presidential Young Investigator Award, and G. Comer Mentorship.
'Capstone' publications include: Author of Earth: The Operators' Manual, 2011, Norton, which informed the threehour
PBS TV series for which I was Presenter and Science Editor: Earth: The Operators' Manual (2011); Powering
the Planet (2012); and, Energy Quest USA (2012). Also author of The Two-Mile Time Machine: Ice Cores, Abrupt
Climate Change, and Our Future, Princeton University Press, 2000 (winner of national Phi Beta Kappa Science book
award and a 2001 Choice Award winner, released in paperback 2002, translated into Japanese and Spanish, reissued
with a new Preface 2014); Alley, R.B. and R.A. Bindschadler, eds., The West Antarctic Ice Sheet: Behavior and
Environment, American Geophysical Union, Antarctic Research Series v. 77, 2001; and chair, National Research
Council Panel on Abrupt Climate Change, which produced Abrupt Climate Change: Inevitable Surprises, National
Academy Press, 2002. Also The Fate of Greenland (P. Conkling, R. Alley, G. Denton and W. Broecker; MIT Press)
(2011 American Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence—PROSE Award—in Earth Science, and
Phi Beta Kappa Science award). Planet Ice: A Climate for Change, photography by James Martin, text by Chouinard,
Y., Cassasa, G., Alley, R., Stirling, I., Jans, N., Coburn, B. and Ehrlich, G., 2009, Braided River (Mountaineers Books),
Seattle, WA, received the Independent Publisher Book Awards ''Most Likely to Save the Planet'' Award, 2010, and
the Atmospheric Librarians International Choice Award 2009.
Invited presentations/testimony to US government officials in multiple administrations including US Vice President,
President's Science Advisor, two Senate and five House Committees, various senators and representatives (and a
Senator of France), travel to Greenland as a speaker and expert with 10% of U.S. Senate, informal briefing of a larger
group of senators, and briefings of additional cabinet-level officials.
Inquiries from the press averaging daily; appeared frequently on television (BBC, Nova, etc.), radio (NPR, etc.), print
(NYTimes, etc.); arguably one of the most active voices in translation of Earth sciences to the popular press.
Formal reviews (papers, promotions, etc.) averaging 2/week; well over 1000 in total.
Numerous and high-impact public presentations, over 1000 in total.
289 refereed publications (and over 60 additional publications including books and popularizations), most firstauthored
by me or advisees; listed as a "Highly Cited'' researcher by ISI's Web of Science (h=69, and well over 16,000
indexed citations, well over 18,000 in a Cited Reference Search) (higher numbers on Google Scholar).
Main research contributions (personal, with students and post-docs):
Provided key data and interpretations helping demonstrate that regional to global climate changes larger than any
experienced by agricultural or industrial humans have occurred repeatedly, in decades to as little as a single year;
helped reveal mechanisms and possibility of recurrence;
Through data analysis and modeling of ice sheets and glaciers, helped understand ice-bed interactions with implications
for flow changes affecting sea level, and for interpretation of geological records, climatic changes and mountain-belt
evolution;
Contributed extensively to the toolbox for measurement of ice-core properties, and accurate and confident conversion
to well-dated histories of temperature, accumulation rate, and other paleoclimatic variables.
Experience:
Ph.D., 1987, University of Wisconsin (Geology, Minor Materials Science); M.Sc. 1983, B.Sc. 1989 (With Honors,
With Distinction, Summa cum Laude), Ohio State University (Geology and Mineralogy). Assistant Scientist, University
of Wisconsin, 1987-1988; Assistant Professor (1988-1992), Associate Professor (1992-1994), Professor (1994-2000)
and Evan Pugh Professor (2000-), Department of Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University.
Field Experience:
Three field seasons in Antarctica (geology 1978, glaciology 1984, 1985); eight in Greenland (glaciology 1985, 1989-
1992; glacial geology 2003 and twice in 2005), three in Alaska (glaciology 1995, 2000, 2002), two in Utah (geology
1979, 1981); one in Wyoming (glacial geology, 2008); much work (many months in total) in National Ice Core
Laboratory, Denver.
Service:
Extensive ongoing or past service at numerous levels, including international (participant in Nobel-Peace-Prizewinning
IPCC process on climate change including lead author of the cryospheric chapter and writing team of the
Summary for Policymakers and Technical Summary for Working Group I of the Fourth Assessment, as well as
participating in Second and Third Assessments; wrote statement based on IPCC used in final document from UN
COP16 Climate Change Conference report from Cancun, Mexico), US Government (advice to officials in NOAA,
NSF, EPA, CCSP, State Department, etc.; wrote blurb on Antarctic research used by US President in a speech; advice
to US Vice President, President's Science Advisor, and to Senators, etc.), National Research Council (chaired
Committee on Abrupt Climate Change, served on Polar Research Board, Committee on Environment and National
Security, Revelle Lecturer of Ocean Studies Board, chaired committee on redesign of climate-change museum exhibit,
etc.), served or serving various research organizations (national and international, including past service to Board of
Arctic Consortium of the US, chair of Ice Core Working Group, steering committee of West Antarctic Ice Sheet
project, vice president of International Glaciological Society), and university (member or chair of many committees at
departmental, college, and university levels). Presenting more than 50 public lectures per year (87 in peak year).
Teaching and Advising:
Average >3 courses/year while at Penn State.
Typically 6 out of 7 on Student Rating of Teaching Effectiveness; University-wide Eisenhower Teaching Award, and
both Wilson and Mitchell Teaching Awards of my college, co-lead professor for CAUSE class trip to US southwestern
national parks; efforts highlighted in University President's State of the University message in 2006 and used in many
other ways including for new-student and new-faculty orientations; film on the trip won a regional Emmy Award.
Numerous senior theses; one senior thesis student won at National Undergraduate Research Conference, two published
their theses, one won the Dean Steidle Scholar Award and a Fulbright Fellowship.
Former advisees at various levels now on faculties at University of California Berkeley, University of Washington,
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, University of Maryland, Temple University, University of New Mexico, Lake
Superior State University, Northern Illinois University, New Mexico Tech, University of Utah, Tulane University, and
Pennsylvania State University (at both University Park and Dubois campuses); others working for industry and
government.
Wrote targeted textbooks for the introductory courses I teach; now provided to students free of additional charge (may
have "given away" more than $1 million in textbooks); chosen as a "Textbook Hero" by Penn State Undergraduate
Student Government.
PUBLICATIONS. (289 refereed contributions published or in press, in journals or books)
1. Articles Published in Refereed Journals. Authors supervised by Alley are underlined; S. Anandakrishnan also was
a post-doctoral fellow with Alley but quickly advanced to professorship at Penn State, and is not underlined. (254
articles published)
1. Alley, R.B., J.F. Bolzan and I.M. Whillans. 1982. Polar firn densification and grain growth. Annals of Glaciology 3,
7-11.
2. Alley, R.B. and I.M. Whillans. 1984. Response of the East Antarctic ice sheet to sea-level rise. Journal of
Geophysical Research 89C: 6487-6493.
3. Jezek, K.C., R.B. Alley and R.H. Thomas. 1985. Rheology of glacier ice. Science 227(4692): 1335-1337.
4. Alley, R.B., J.H. Perepezko and C.R. Bentley. 1986. Grain growth in polar ice: I. Theory. Journal of Glaciology 32,
415-424.
5. Alley, R.B., J.H. Perepezko and C.R. Bentley. 1986. Grain growth in polar ice: II. Application. Journal of
Glaciology 32, 425-433.
6. Alley, R.B., D.D. Blankenship, C.R. Bentley and S.T. Rooney. 1986. Deformation of till beneath ice stream B, West
Antarctica. Nature 322, 57-59.
7. Blankenship, D.D., C.R. Bentley, S.T. Rooney and R.B. Alley. 1986. Seismic measurements reveal a saturated,
porous layer beneath an active Antarctic ice stream. Nature 322, 54-57.
8. Alley, R.B. Three-dimensional coordination number from two-dimensional measurements: a new method. Journal of
Glaciology 32, 391-396.
9. Alley, R.B., D.D. Blankenship, C.R. Bentley and S.T. Rooney. 1987. Till beneath ice stream B. 3. Till deformation:
evidence and implications. Journal of Geophysical Research 92B: 8921-8930.
10. Alley, R.B., D.D. Blankenship, S.T. Rooney and C.R. Bentley. 1987. Till beneath ice stream B. 4. A coupled ice-till
flow model. Journal of Geophysical Research 92B: 8931-8940.
11. Blankenship, D.D., C.R. Bentley, S.T. Rooney and R.B. Alley. 1987. Till beneath ice stream B. 1. Properties
derived from seismic travel times. Journal of Geophysical Research 92B: 8903-8912.
12. Rooney, S.T., D.D. Blankenship, R.B. Alley and C.R. Bentley. 1987. Till beneath ice stream B. 2. Structure and
continuity. Journal of Geophysical Research 92B, 8913-8920.
13. Alley, R.B. 1987. Firn densification by grain-boundary sliding: a first model. Journal de Physique 48(C1), 249-254.
14. Alley, R.B. 1987. Geometry of polar firn for remote sensing. Annals of Glaciology 9, 1-4.
15. Bentley, C.R., S. Shabtaie, D.D. Blankenship, S.T. Rooney, D.G. Schultz, S. Anandakrishnan and R.B. Alley. 1987.
Remote sensing of the Ross ice streams and adjacent Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica. Annals of Glaciology 9, 20-29.
16. Alley, R.B. 1988. Concerning the deposition and diagenesis of strata in polar firn. Journal of Glaciology 34, 283-
290.
17. Alley, R.B. 1988. Fabrics in polar ice sheets: development and prediction. Science 240, 493-495.
18. Alley, R.B. and C.R. Bentley. 1988. Ice-core analysis on the Siple Coast of West Antarctica. Annals of Glaciology
11, 1-7.
19. Alley, R.B. and B.R. Koci. 1988. Ice-core analysis at site A, Greenland: preliminary results. Annals of Glaciology
10, 1-4.
20. Alley, R.B., J.H. Perepezko and C.R. Bentley. 1988. Long-term climate changes from crystal growth (Comment).
Nature 332, 592-593.
21. Jezek, K.C. and R.B. Alley. 1988. Effect of stratigraphy on radar altimetry data over ice sheets. Annals of
Glaciology 11, 60-63.
22. Alley, R.B. 1989. Water-pressure coupling of sliding and bed deformation: I. Water system. Journal of Glaciology
35, 108-118.
23. Alley, R.B. 1989. Water-pressure coupling of sliding and bed deformation: II. Velocity-depth profile. Journal of
Glaciology 35, 119-129.
24. Alley, R.B., D.D. Blankenship, S.T. Rooney and C.R. Bentley. 1989. Sedimentation beneath ice shelves: the view
from ice stream B. Marine Geology 85, 101-120.
25. Alley, R.B., D.D. Blankenship, S.T. Rooney and C.R. Bentley. 1989. Water-pressure coupling of sliding and bed
deformation: III. Application to ice stream B. Journal of Glaciology 35, 130-139.
26. Alley, R.B. 1990. Multiple steady states in ice-water-till systems. Annals of Glaciology 14, 1-5.
27. Alley, R.B. and B.R. Koci. 1990. Recent warming in central Greenland? Annals of Glaciology 14, 6-8.
28. Alley, R.B., E.S. Saltzman, K.M. Cuffey and J.J. Fitzpatrick. 1990. Summertime origin of depth hoar in the
Greenland ice sheet, GISP2 Summit site. Geophysical Research Letters 17, 2393-2396.
29. Grootes, P.M., M. Stuiver, T.L. Saling, P.A. Mayewski, M.J. Spencer, R.B. Alley, and D. Jenssen. 1990. Oxygen
isotope records of the last millenium from the Ross Sea area, Antarctica. Annals of Glaciology 14, 94-98.
30. Alley, R.B. 1991. Deforming-bed origin for southern Laurentide till sheets? Journal of Glaciology 37(125), 67-76.
31. Alley, R.B. and I.M. Whillans. 1991. Changes in the West Antarctic ice sheet. Science 254, 959-963.
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235. Christianson, K., J. Kohler, R.B. Alley, C. Nuth, and W.J.J. van Pelt. 2015. Dynamic perennial firn aquifer on an
Arctic glacier. Geophysical Research Letters 42, 1418-1426, doi:10.1002/2014GL062806.
236. Horgan, H.J., B. Anderson, R.B. Alley, C. Chamberlain, R. Dyke, L.M. Kehrle and J. Townend. 2015. Glacier
velocity variability due to rain-induced sliding and cavity formation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 432, 273-
282, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2015.10.016
237. Mitchell, L.E., C. Buizert, E.J. Brook, D.J. Breton, J. Fegyveresi, B. Baggenstos, A. Orsi, J. Severinghaus, R.B.
Alley, M. Albert, R.H. Rhodes, J.R. McConnell, M. Sigl, O. Maselli, S. Gregory, J. Ahn. 2015. Observing and
modeling the influence of layering on bubble trapping in polar firn. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres
120(6), 2558-2574, doi:10.1002/2014JD022766
238. Orsi, A., K. Kawamura, J.M. Fegyveresi, M.A. Headly, R.B. Alley and J.P. Severinghaus, 2015. Differentiating
bubble-free layers from melt layers in ice cores using noble gases. Journal of Glaciology 61(227), 585-594.
239. Pollard, D., R.M. DeConto and R.B. Alley. 2015. Potential Antarctic Ice Sheet retreat driven by hydrofracturing
and ice cliff failure. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 412, 112-121, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2014.12.035.
240. WAIS Divide Project Members (Christo Buizert, Betty Adrian, Jinho Ahn, Mary Albert, Richard B. Alley, Daniel
Baggenstos, Thomas K. Bauska, Ryan C. Bay, Brian B. Bencivengo, Charles R. Bentley, Edward J. Brook, Nathan J.
Chellman, Gary D. Clow, Jihong Cole-Dai, Howard Conway, Eric Cravens, Kurt M. Cuffey, Nelia W. Dunbar, Jon S.
Edwards, John M. Fegyveresi, Dave G. Ferris, Joan J. Fitzpatrick, T. J. Fudge, Chris J. Gibson, Vasileios Gkinis,
Joshua J. Goetz, Stephanie Gregory, Geoffrey M. Hargreaves, Nels Iverson, Jay A. Johnson, Tyler R. Jones, Michael
L. Kalk, Matthew J. Kippenhan, Bess G. Koffman, Karl Kreutz, Tanner W. Kuhl, Donald A. Lebar, James E. Lee,
Shaun A. Marcott, Bradley R. Markle, Olivia J. Maselli, Joseph R. McConnell, Kenneth C. McGwire, Logan E.
Mitchell, Nicolai B. Mortensen, Peter D. Neff, Kunihiko Nishiizumi, Richard M. Nunn, Anais J. Orsi, Daniel R.
Pasteris, Joel B. Pedro, Erin C. Pettit, P. Buford Price, John C. Priscu, Rachael H. Rhodes, Julia L. Rosen, Andrew J.
Schauer, Spruce W. Schoenemann, Paul J. Sendelbach, Jeffrey P. Severinghaus, Alexander J. Shturmakov, Michael
Sigl, Kristina R. Slawny, Joseph M. Souney, Todd A. Sowers, Matthew K. Spencer, Eric J. Steig, Kendrick C. Taylor,
Mark S. Twickler, Bruce H. Vaughn, Donald E. Voigt, Edwin D. Waddington, Kees C. Welten, Anthony W.
Wendricks, James W.C. White, Mai Winstrup, Gifford J. Wong and Thomas E. Woodruff). 2015. Precise interpolar
phasing of abrupt climate change during the last ice age. Nature 520, 661-665, doi:10.1038/nature14401.
241. Chen, H.W., F. Zhang and R.B. Alley. 2016. The robustness of midlatitude weather pattern changes due to Arctic
sea ice loss. Journal of Climate 29(21), 7831-7849.
242. Christianson, K., M. Bushuk, P. Dutrieux, B.R. Parizek, I.R. Joughin, R.B. Alley, D.E. Shean, E.P. Abrahamsen,
S. Anandakrishnan, K.J. Heywood, T.‐W. Kim, S.H. Lee, K. Nicholls, T. Stanton, M. Truffer, B.G.M. Webber, A.
Jenkins, S. Jacobs, R.Bindschadler and D.M. Holland. 2016. Sensitivity of Pine Island Glacier to observed ocean
forcing. Geophysical Research Letters 43(20), 10,817-10,825, DOI: 10.1002/2016GL070500.
243. Christianson, K., R.W. Jacobel, H.J. Horgan, R.B. Alley, S. Anandakrishnan, D.M. Holland, and K. J. DallaSanta.
2016. Basal conditions at the grounding zone of Whillans Ice Stream, West Antarctica, from ice-penetrating radar.
Journal of Geophysical Research—Earth Surface 121(11), 1954-1983, doi:10.1002/2015JF003806.
244. Cuffey, K.M., G.D. Clow, E.J. Steig, C. Buizert, T.J. Fudge, M. Koutnik, E.D. Waddington, R.B. Alley and J.P
Severinghaus. 2016. Deglacial temperature history of West Antarctica. Proceedings of the National Academy of
Sciences of the United States of America 113(50), 14249-14254, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1609132113.
245. Fegyveresi, J.M., R.B. Alley, J.J. Fitzpatrick, K.M. Cuffey, J.R. McConnell, D.E. Voigt, M.K. Spencer and N.T.
Stevens. 2016. Five millennia of surface temperatures and ice core bubble characteristics from the WAIS Divide Deep
core, West Antarctica. Paleoceanography 31, 416-433.
246. Hay, C., J.X. Mitrovica, E. Morrow, R.E. Kopp, P. Huybers and R.B. Alley. 2016. Earth rotation changes since -
500 CE driven by ice mass variations. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 448, 115-121.
247. Holschuh, N., K. Christianson, S. Anandakrishnan, R.B. Alley and R.W. Jacobel. 2016. Constraining attenuation
uncertainty in common midpoint radar surveys of ice sheets. Journal of Geophysical Research 121(10), 1876-1890,
DOI: 10.1002/2016JF003942.
248. Leeman, J.R., R.D. Valdez, R.B. Alley, S. Anandakrishnan, and D.M. Saffer. 2016. Mechanical and hydrologic
properties of Whillans Ice Stream till: Implications for basal strength and stick-slip failure. Journal of Geophysical
Research—Earth Surface 121, doi:10.1002/2016JF003863.
249. Luthra, T., S. Anandakrishnan, J.P. Winberry, R.B. Alley and N. Holschuh. 2016. Basal characteristics of the main
sticky spot on the ice plain of Whillans Ice Stream, Antarctica. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 440, 12-19.
250. Muto, A., L.E. Peters, K. Gohl, I. Sasgen, R.B. Alley, S. Anandakrishnan and K.L. Riverman. 2016. Subglacial
bathymetry and sediment distribution beneath Pine Island Glacier ice shelf modeled using aerogravity and in situ
geophysical data: New results. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 433, 63-75,
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2015.10.037
251. Schaefer, J.M., R.C. Finkel, G. Balco, R.B. Alley, M.W. Caffee, J.P. Briner, N.E. Young, A.J. Gow and R.
Schwartz. 2016. Greenland was nearly ice-free for extended periods during the Pleistocene. Nature 540, 252-255.
252. Scherer, R.P., R.M. DeConto, D. Pollard and R.B. Alley. 2016. Windblown Pliocene diatoms and East Antarctic
Ice Sheet retreat. Nature Communications 7, Article 12957, 10.1038/ncomms12957.
253. Stevens, N.T., B.R. Parizek and R.B. Alley. 2016. Enhancement of volcanism and geothermal heat flux by ice-age
cycling: A stress modeling study of Greenland. Journal of Geophysical Research—Earth Surface 121,
doi:10.1002/2016JF003855.
254. Walker, R.T., B.R. Parizek, R.B. Alley and S.M.J. Nowicki. 2016. A Viscoelastic Model of Ice Stream Flow with
Application to Stick-Slip Motion. Frontiers in Earth Science 4, Article 2, 11 pp., doi: 10.3389/feart.2016.00002
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Chen, H.W., R.B. Alley and F. Zhang. Interannual Arctic sea-ice variability and associated winter weather patterns: A
regional perspective for 1979—2014" [Paper #2016JD024769RR], for publication in Journal of Geophysical Research
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Books. (7)
Alley, R.B. 2000. The Two-Mile Time Machine: Ice Cores, Abrupt Climate Change, and Our Future. Princeton
University Press. Reissued with a new preface, 2014.
Alley, R.B. and R.A. Bindschadler, eds., 2001. The West Antarctic Ice Sheet: Behavior and Environment, American
Geophysical Union, Antarctic Research Series, v. 77.
Alley, R.B. and E.K. Graham. 1993. Planet Earth. Kendall-Hunt Publishing.
Alley, R.B. 1998. Rocking the Parks: Geological Stories of the National Parks. Kendall-Hunt Publishing.
Alley, R.B. 2011. Earth—The Operators' Manual, Norton.
Conkling, P., R. Alley, W. Broecker and G. Denton. 2011. The Fate of Greenland, MIT Press.
Martin, J. (photography), with text by Chouinard, Y., Cassasa, G., Alley, R., Stirling, I., Jans, N., Coburn, B. and
Ehrlich, G., 2009, Planet Ice: A Climate for Change, Braided River (Mountaineers Books), Seattle, WA.
4. Parts of Books (all listed here were refereed). (22)
1. Zawiskie, J.M., D. Chapman and R.B. Alley. 1982. Depositional history of the Paleocene-Eocene Colton Formation,
north-central Utah, in Overthrust Belt of Utah, pp. 273-284. Edited by D.L. Nielson. Utah Geological Association,
Publication No. 10.
2. Alley, R.B., D.D. Blankenship, S.T. Rooney and C.R. Bentley.1987. Continuous till deformation beneath ice sheets.
In The Physical Basis of Ice Sheet Modelling, pp. 81-91. Edited by E.D. Waddington and J.S. Walder. IAHS
Publication No. 170.
3. Rooney, S.T., D.D. Blankenship, R.B. Alley and C.R. Bentley. 1991. Seismic reflection profiling of a sediment-filled
graben beneath ice stream B, West Antarctica. In Geological Evolution of Antarctica, pp. 261-265. Edited by M.R.A.
Thomson, J.A. Crame and J.W. Thompson. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
4. Kump, L.R. and Alley, R.B. 1994. Global chemical weathering on glacial timescales. In: Hay, W.W. (ed.) Material
fluxes on the surface of the earth. National Academy of Sciences, New York, pp. 46-60 (1994).
5. Alley, R.B. 1995. Resolved: The Arctic controls global climate change. In Arctic Oceanography: Marginal ice zone
and continental shelves. American Geophysical Union Coastal and Estuarine Studies 49, W.O Smith, Jr. and J.M.
Grebmeier, Eds., p. 263-283.
6. Powell, R.D. and R.B. Alley. 1997. Grounding-line systems: processes, glaciological inferences and the stratigraphic
record. In Geology and Seismic Stratigraphy of the Antarctic Margin, Part 2. American Geophysical Union Antarctic
Research Series v. 71, P.F. Barker and A.K. Cooper, eds., p. 169-187.
7. Alley, R.B., A.M. Agustsdottir and P.J. Fawcett. 1999. Ice-core evidence of Late-Holocene reduction in north
Atlantic ocean heat transport, in Clark, P.U., R.S. Webb and L.D. Keigwin, eds., Mechanisms of Global Climate
Change at Millennial Time Scales, Geophysical Monograph 112, American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC, p.
301-312.
8. Alley, R.B., P.U. Clark, L.D. Keigwin and R.S. Webb. 1999. Making sense of millennial-scale climate change, in
Clark, P.U., R.S. Webb and L.D. Keigwin, eds., Mechanisms of Global Climate Change at Millennial Time Scales,
Geophysical Monograph 112, American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC, p. 385-394.
http://www.agu.org/pubs/covers/ASGM112095X.pdf
9. Alley. R.B., J.C. Strasser, D.E. Lawson, E.B. Evenson and G.J. Larson. 1999. Some glaciological and geological
implications of basal-ice accretion in overdeepenings, in D.M. Mickelson and J.W. Attig, ed., Glacial Processes Past
and Present, Geological Society of America Special Paper 337, p. 1-9.
10. Ensminger, S.L., E.B. Evenson, R.B. Alley, G.J. Larson, D.E. Lawson and J.C. Strasser. 1999. Example of the
dependence of ice motion on subglacial drainage system evolution: Matanuska Glacier, Alaska, United States, in D.M.
Mickelson and J.W. Attig, ed., Glacial Processes Past and Present, Geological Society of America Special Paper 337,
p. 11-22.
11. Evenson, E.B., D.E. Lawson, J.C. Strasser, G.J. Larson, R.B. Alley, S.L. Ensminger, and W.E. Stevenson. 1999.
Field evidence for the recognition of glaciohyrdologic supercooling, in D.M. Mickelson and J.W. Attig, ed., Glacial
Processes Past and Present, Geological Society of America Special Paper 337, p. 23-35.
12. Titus, D.D., G.J. Larson, J.C. Strasser, D.E. Lawson, E.B. Evenson and R.B. Alley. 1999. Isotopic composition of
vent discharge from the Matanuska Glacier, Alaska: Implications for the origin of basal ice in D.M. Mickelson and
J.W. Attig, ed., Glacial Processes Past and Present, Geological Society of America Special Paper 337, p. 37-44.
13. Lachniet, M.S., G.J. Larson, J.C. Strasser, D.E. Lawson, E.B. Evenson and R.B. Alley. 1999. Microstructures of
glacigenic sediment-flow deposits, Matanuska Glacier, Alaska, in D.M. Mickelson and J.W. Attig, ed., Glacial
Processes Past and Present, Geological Society of America Special Paper 337, p. 45-57.
14. Alley, R.B. 2000. Continuity comes first: Recent progress in understanding subglacial deformation. In Maltman,
A.J. and M.J. Hambrey, eds., Deformation of Glacial Materials, Geological Society of London, Special Publication
176, p. 171-179.
15. Alley, R.B. and R.A. Bindschadler. 2001. The West Antarctic Ice Sheet and sea-level change, in R.B. Alley and
R.A. Bindschadler, eds., The West Antarctic Ice Sheet: Behavior and Environment, American Geophysical Union,
Antarctic Research Series, v. 77, p. 1-11.
16. Alley, R.B., S. Anandakrishnan, P. Jung and A. Clough. 2001. Stochastic resonance in the north Atlantic: Further
Insights. In D. Seidov, B.J. Haupt and M. Maslin, eds., The Oceans and Rapid Climate Change: Past, Present and
Future, Geophysical Monograph 126, p. 57-68.
17. Alley, R.B. and K.M. Cuffey. 2001. Oxygen- and hydrogen-isotopic ratios of water in precipitation: Beyond
paleothermometry. In J.W. Valley and D. Cole, eds., Stable Isotope Geochemistry, Reviews in Mineralogy and
Geochemistry, v. 43, Mineralogical Society of America, p. 527-553.
18. Anandakrishnan, S., R.B. Alley, R.W. Jacobel and H. Conway. 2001. The flow regime of ice stream C and
hypotheses concerning its recent stagnation, in R.B. Alley and R.A. Bindschadler, eds., The West Antarctic Ice Sheet:
Behavior and Environment, American Geophysical Union, Antarctic Research Series, v. 77, p. 283-296.
19. Droxler, A.W., R.B. Alley, W.R. Howard, R.Z. Poore and L.H. Burckle. 2003. Unique and exceptionally long
interglacial marine isotope stage 11: Window into Earth future climate. In Droxler, A.W., R.Z. Poore and L.H. Burckle,
eds., Earth's Climate and Orbital Eccentricity: The Marine Isotope Stage 11 Question, Geophysical Monograph 137,
American Geophysical Union, p. 1-14.
20. Alley, R.B. and S. Anandakrishnan. 2006. Keynote: The Practice of Glaciology, in P.G. Knight, ed., Glaciers and
Earth's Changing Environment, Blackwell Publishing, p. 364-370.
21. Applegate, P.J. and R.B. Alley. 2011. Challenges in the use of cosmogenic exposure dating of moraine boulders to
trace the geographic extents of abrupt climate changes: The Younger Dryas example. In H. Rashid, L. Polyak and E.
Mosley-Thompson, eds., Abrupt Climate Change: Mechanisms, Patterns and Impacts, American Geophysical Union
Geophysical Monograph 193, 111-122.
22. Alley, R.B., WAIS-ting away? The perilous state of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. Sidebar 6.1, p. S156-S157, in
Chapter 6, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, State of the Climate 2015,
https://www2.ametsoc.org/ams/index.cfm/publications/bulletin-of-the-american-meteorological-society-bams/state-ofthe-climate/chapter-6-antarctica/
Additional Refereed Articles (12)
1. Alley, R.B. 1998. Icing the North Atlantic (News and Views). Nature 392, 335-336.
2. Alley, R.B., J. Lynch-Stieglitz and J.P. Severinghaus. 1999. Global Climate Change. Proceedings of the National
Academy of Sciences 96, 9987-9988.
3. Alley, R.B. 2000. Ice-core evidence of abrupt climate changes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
97(4), 1331-1334.
4. Evenson, E.B., D.E. Lawson, G.H. Larson and R.B. Alley. 2000. Glaciohydraulic supercooling, basal freeze-on,
stratified basal ice and "deformable till beds": Matanuska Glacier, Alaska. GSA Today, 10(8), 20-21.
5. Alley, R.B. 2001. The key to the past? Concepts. Nature 409, 289.
6. Alley, R.B. 2002. On thickening ice? Perspective. Science 295, 451-452.
7. Schrag, D.P. and R.B. Alley. 2004. Ancient lessons for our future climate. (Perspective). Science 306(5697), 821-
822.
8. Alley, R.B., M. Fahnestock and I. Joughin. 2008. Climate Change: Understanding Glacier Flow in Changing Times.
Science 322, 1061-1062.
9. Evenson, E.B., P.A. Burkhart, J.C. Gosse, G.S. Baker, D. Jackofsky, A. Meglioli, I. Dalziel, S. Kraus, R.B. Alley
and C. Berti. 2009. Enigmatic boulder trains, supraglacial rock avalanches, and the origin of
"Darwin's Boulders," Tierra del Fuego. GSA Today 19(12), 4-10, doi: 10.1130/GSATG72A.1.
10. Alley, R.B. and I. Joughin. 2012. Modeling ice-sheet flow. Science 336, 551-552.
11. Alley, R.B. 2016. A heated mirror for future climate. Science 352(6282), 151-152, DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf4837
12. Oppenheimer, M. and R.B. Alley. 2016. How high will the seas rise? Science 354(6318), 1375-1377.
Articles Published in Non-Refereed Journals or Non-Refereed Parts of Journals. (54)
1. Elliot, D.H., D.R. Watts, R.B. Alley and T.M. Gracanin. 1978. Geologic studies in the northern Antarctic Peninsula,
R/V Hero Cruise 78-113, February 1978. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 13, 12-13.
2. Elliot, D.H., D.R. Watts, R.B. Alley and T.M. Gracanin. 1978. Bird and seal observations at Joinville Island and
offshore islands. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 13, 154-155.
3. Alley, R.B. and C.R. Bentley. 1985. Firn studies at Upstream B, West Antarctica. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 19,
65-66.
4. Alley, R.B. and C.R. Bentley. 1986. Further firn studies on the Siple Coast of West Antarctica. Antarctic Journal of
the U.S. 21, 111-112.
5. Alley, R.B. and C.R. Bentley. 1987. Analysis of Siple Coast firn cores. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 22, 70-71.
6. Bentley, C.R., R.B. Alley, S. Anandakrishnan, D.D. Blankenship, S.T. Rooney, D.G. Schultz and S. Shabtaie. 1987.
Geophysical studies of the Siple Coast area. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 22, 68-70.
7. Alley, R.B. and C.R. Bentley. 1988. Siple Coast firn and ice studies: conclusion and prospects. Antarctic Journal of
the U.S. 23, 58-59.
8. Alley, R.B. 1989. Ice stream basal modeling: progress report. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 24, 74 (1989).
9. Alley, R.B. 1990. Ice-stream flow on deforming sediments: ice stream B-- and Lake Michigan? Antarctic Journal of
the U.S. 26, 79-80.
10. Alley, R.B., D.D. Blankenship and S.T. Rooney. 1990. Sedimentary history of the Ross Embayment: a unified
hypothesis from a glaciological perspective. U.S.G.S. Open File Report 90-309, 13-23.
11. Alley, R.B. 1990. Ice sheets and climate. Earth and Mineral Sciences (Pennsylvania State University) 58(3), 41-
45.
12. Alley, R.B. 1990. West Antarctic collapse--how likely? Episodes 13, 231-238.
13. Blankenship, D.D., R.B. Alley and S.T. Rooney. 1990. Glaciological influences on sedimentological processes in
the Ross Embayment. U.S.G.S. Open File Report 90-309, 79-89.
14. Alley, R.B. 1991. Formation of ice-stream rafts by recrystallization. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 27(5): 66-67.
15. Alley, R.B. Ice cores and SeaRISE--What we do (and don't) know. 1991. In West Antarctic Ice Sheet Initiative,
Volume 2, Discipline Reviews, p. 111-130. Edited by R.A. Bindschadler. NASA Conference Publication 3115, vol. 2,
Washington, DC.
16. Alley, R.B. 1991. Is greenhouse effect in ice of the beholder? (Letter to the Editor.) Physics Today 44, 13-15.
17. Alley, R.B. 1992. Sticky spots under ice streams. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 28(5), 50-51.
18. Alley, R.B. 1992. West Antarctic ice coring: a high-resolution study of climate change. Eos (Transactions of the
American Geophysical Union) 73, 115-116.
19. Alley, R.B., G. Bond, J. Chappellaz, C. Clapperton, A. Del Genio, L. Keigwin, and D. Peteet. 1993. Global
Younger Dryas? Eos (Transactions of the American Geophysical Union) 74(50), 587-589.
20. Alley, R.B. and D.R. MacAyeal. 1993. West Antarctic ice sheet collapse: chimera or clear danger? Antarctic
Journal of the U.S. 28(5), 59-60.
21. Alley, R.B. 1994. Progress in ice-stream basal modeling. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 29(5): 61-62 (1994).
22. Mayewski, P.A., M. Wumkes, J. Klinck, M.S. Twickler, J.S. Putscher, K.C. Taylor, A.J. Gow, E.D. Waddington,
R.B. Alley, J.E. Dibb, P.M. Grootes, D.A. Meese, M. Ram, M. Whalen and A.T. Wilson. 1994. Record drilling depth
struck in Greenland. Eos (Transactions of the American Geophysical Union) 75(10), p. 113, 119, 124.
23. Alley, R., P. Mayewski, D. Peel and B. Stauffer. 1996. Twin ice cores from Greenland reveal history of climate
change, more. Eos (Transactions of the American Geophysical Union) 77(22), 209-210.
24. Alley, R.B., A. Agustsdottir, S. Anandakrishnan, T. Creyts, K. Cuffey, P. Fawcett, M. Fischer, G. Jablunovsky, W.
Kapsner, C. Shuman, M. Spencer, G. Spinelli, and G. Woods. 1995. Physical properties of the GISP2 ice core: research
from The Pennsylvania State University. Arctic Research of the U.S. 9, 20-22 (Fall-Winter).
25. Waddington, E.D., D. Morse, R.B. Alley, S. Anandakrishnan, J. Bolzan, G. Clow, K. Cuffey, J. Cunningham, D.
Dahl-Jensen, J. Firestone, N. Gundestrup, S. Hodge, C.S. Hvidberg, R. Jacobel, N. Nereson, C. Raymond and K.
Taylor. 1995. The role of glacier geophysics in the GISP2 ice core program. Arctic Research of the U.S. 9, 10-19 (FallWinter).
26. Alley, R.B., S. Anandakrishnan and K.M. Cuffey. 1996. Subglacial sediment transport and ice-stream behavior.
Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 31(5), 81-82.
27. Alley, R.B. 1996. Greenland Ice Sheet, in Schneider, S.H., ed., Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather, Oxford
University Press.
28. Alley, R.B., M.K. Spencer and D.E. Voigt. 1997. Visible examination of Siple Dome, West Antarctica shallow
cores. Antarctic Journal of the U.S. 32(5), 44-45.
29. Alley, R.B. 1997. Antarctica and sea-level change. Antarctic Journal of the U.S., 32(2), October,
http://www.nsf.gov/cgi-bin/getpub?nsf9824.
30. Alley, R.B. 1997. Acceptance of Horton Award. Eos 78(42), 463-464.
31. Alley, R.B., P.J. Bartlein, P.U. Clark, S.W. Hostetler and A.C. Mix. 1997. Unknowns about climatic variability
render treaty targets premature; discussion and reply. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 79(15), p. 188.
For reference to original see Singer, S.F., Eos, Trans. AGU, vol. 78, p. 584, 1997.
32. Alley, R.B. 1997. Water, sediment and tidewater glaciers: simplistic review and weakly constrained speculations, in
Van der Veen, C.J., ed., Calving Glaciers, Byrd Polar Research Center Report No. 15, 51-55.
33. Anandakrishnan, S. and R.B. Alley. 1997. Tidal forcing of basal seismicity of ice stream C, West Antarctica,
observed far inland, in Van der Veen, C.J., ed., Calving Glaciers, Byrd Polar Research Center Report No. 15, 57-59.
34. Alley, R.B. and M.L. Bender. 1998. Greenland ice cores: Frozen in time. Scientific American 278(2), 80-85.
35. Bindschadler, R.A., R.B. Alley, J. Anderson, S. Shipp, H. Borns, J. Fastook, S. Jacobs, C.F. Raymond and C.A.
Shuman. 1998. What is happening to the West Antarctic Ice Sheet? Eos (Transactions of the American Geophysical
Union) 79(22), 257, 264-265.
36. Alley, R.B. 2000. Warming to a climate of change. The Times Higher Education Supplement, Oct. 6, p. 20-21.
37. Evenson, E.B., D. Lawson, G. Larson and R.B. Alley, 2001. Matanuska Glacier adds ice and debris at its base.
Witness the Arctic, Winter 2000/2001, 8(2), 13.
38. Alley, R.B. 2003. Comment on 'when earth's freezer door is left ajar', Eos Transactions of the American
Geophysical Union 84(33), 315, 2003ES000374.
39. Larson,.G.J., E.B. Evenson, D.E. Lawson, S.L. Ensminger, G. Baker and R.B. Alley. 2003. Glacial Geology of
Upper Cook Inlet, Matanuska Glacier and Denali Highway. In Don J. Easterbrook (ed.) Quaternary Geology of the
United States, pp. 245-264. Desert Research Institute, Reno, Nevada, USA.
40. Alley, R.B. 2004. Implications of abrupt climate change. Transactions of the American Clinical and Climatological
Association 104, 305-317.
41. Severinghaus, J.P., J. Jouzel, N. Caillon, T. Stocker, C. Huber, M. Leuenberger, R.B. Alley, J. Chappellaz, J.-M.
Barnola and E.J. Brook. 2004. Comment on "Greenland-Antarctic phase relations and millennial time-scale climate
fluctuations in the Greenland ice-cores", C. Wunsch. Quaternary Science Reviews 23, 2053-2054.
42. Alley, R.B. 2004. Abrupt Climate Change. Scientific American 291(5), 62-69.
43. Alley, R.B. 2004. Abrupt Climate Changes: Oceans, Ice and Us. Oceanography 17(4), 194-206 (2004).
44. Alley, R.B. 2004. Implications of abrupt climate change. Transactions of the American Clinical and Climatological
Association 104, 305-317.
45. Alley, R.B., J.T. Andrews, D.C. Barber and P.U. Clark. 2005. Comment on "Catastrophic ice shelf breakup as the
source of Heinrich event icebergs" by C. L. Hulbe et al. Paleoceanography 20(1), PA1009 10.1029/2004PA001086.
46. Overpeck, J.T., B.L. Otto-Bliesner, G.H. Miller, R.B. Alley, D.R. Muhs and S.J. Marshall. 2007. Ice sheets and sea
level--Response. Science 313(5790), 1044-1045.
47. Solomon, S., R. Alley, J. Gregory, P. Lemke and M. Manning. 2008. A closer look at the IPCC Report. Science
319(5862) 409-410, doi:10.1126/science.319.5862.409c.
48. Severinghaus, J.P. and R.B. Alley. 2008. New data on abrupt climate changes, Science eletters,
http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/eletters/321/5889/680,2008.
49. Vacco, D.A., R.B. Alley and D. Pollard. 2010. Reply to Shulmeister et al. comment on "Glacial advance and
stagnation caused by rock avalanches. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 298(3-4), 450-450.
50. Alley, R.B. 2011. Review of Cuffey, K.M. and W.S.B. Paterson, The Physics of Glaciers, Journal of Glaciology
57(202), 383-384.
51. Alley, R.B. 2011. Earth: The Operators' Manual. Scientist 25(4), 74-74.
52. Alley, R.B. 2013. Watchable wildlife and demand-driven general education. Journal of General Education 62(1),
37-42.
53. Haines-Stiles, G., R.B. Alley and E. Akuginow. 2014. Reaching out beyond the usual suspects and traditional
media: Re-branding climate change as a problem with a feasible solution. In J.L. Drake et al. (eds.), New Trends in
Earth-Science Outreach and Engagement, Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research 38, DOI
10.1007/978-3-319-01821-8_2, Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014, p. 21-45.
54. Millet, A., H. Luo and R.B. Alley. 2015. Dealing with Bias, Disruption, Fairness, and Copyright Issues in MOOC
Design and Delivery: A Case Study. In J. H. Corbeil, M. E. Corbeil, & B. H. Khan (Ed.), The MOOC Case Book: Case
Studies in MOOC Design, Development and Implementation. Ronkonkoma, NY: Linus Books.
56. Alley, R.B. 2007. Geochemistry: "C" ing Arctic Climate with Black Ice (Perspective). Science 317(5843), 1333-
1334.
In-House Publications, and Assessment Reports.
Alley, R.B. 1980. Densification and recrystallization of firn at Dome C, East Antarctica. Report No. 77, Institute of
Polar Studies, The Ohio State University, Columbus.
Alley, R.B. 1984. A non-steady ice-sheet model incorporating longitudinal stresses. Report No. 84, Institute of Polar
Studies, The Ohio State University, Columbus.
Jezek, K.C. and R.B. Alley. 1984. Calculating borehole geometry from standard measurements of borehole
inclinometry. Special Report 84-15, U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory.
Members of the Siple Coast Project Steering Committee (R.B. Alley, C.R. Bentley, R.A. Bindschadler, D.D.
Blankenship, N. Humphrey and I.M. Whillans, major authors). 1988. Science Plan for the Siple Coast Project. Byrd
Polar Research Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus.
Members of the Ice Core Working Group (P.M. Grootes, Chair; R.B. Alley, C. Davidson, R.G. Fairbanks, S. Hodge, P.
Mayewski, E. Saltzman, L. Thompson members). 1989. U.S. Global Ice Core Research Program: West Antarctica and
Beyond.
Alley, R.B., ed. 1992. Science plan for WAISCORES Deep Ice Coring in West Antarctica. U.S. Ice Core Working
Group.
Bindschadler, R.A., ed. 1993. First Annual West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) Science Workshop, NASA Conf.
Publication 3222, Rapporteur for all sessions R.B. Alley.
One of the Contributing Authors to Warrick, R.A. et al., 1995, Changes in sea level, ch. 7, in Climate Change 1995:
The Science of Climate Change, Contribution of Working Group I to the Second Assessment Report of the
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
One of the Contributing Authors to Folland, C.K., T.R. Karl et al., 2001, Observed Climate Variability and Change,
Ch. 2, in Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis, Contribution of Working Group I to the Third Assessment Report
of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
One of the Contributing Authors to Stocker, T.K., et al., 2001, Physical Climate Processes and Feedbacks, Ch. 7, in
Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis, Contribution of Working Group I to the Third Assessment Report of the
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
One of the Drafting Authors to IPCC, 2007: Summary for Policymakers. In: Climate Change 2007: The Physical
Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on
Climate Change [Solomon, S., D. Qin, M. Manning, Z. Chen, M. Marquis, K.B. Averyt, M.Tignor and H.L. Miller
(eds.)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA.
One of the Lead Authors to Solomon, S., D. Qin, M. Manning, R.B. Alley, T. Berntsen, N.L. Bindoff, Z. Chen, A.
Chidthaisong, J.M. Gregory, G.C. Hegerl, M. Heimann, B. Hewitson, B.J. Hoskins, F. Joos, J. Jouzel, V. Kattsov, U.
Lohmann, T. Matsuno, M. Molina, N. Nicholls, J. Overpeck, G. Raga, V. Ramaswamy, J. Ren, M. Rusticucci, R.
Somerville, T.F. Stocker, P. Whetton, R.A. Wood and D. Wratt, 2007: Technical Summary. In: Climate Change 2007:
The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Fourth Assessment Report of the
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Solomon, S., D. Qin, M. Manning, Z. Chen, M. Marquis, K.B. Averyt,
M. Tignor and H.L. Miller (eds.)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY,
USA.
One of the Lead Authors to Lemke, P., J. Ren, R.B. Alley, I. Allison, J. Carrasco, G. Flato, Y. Fujii, G. Kaser, P. Mote,
R.H. Thomas and T. Zhang, 2007: Observations: Changes in Snow, Ice and Frozen Ground. In: Climate Change 2007:
The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Fourth Assessment Report of the
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Solomon, S., D. Qin, M. Manning, Z. Chen, M. Marquis, K.B. Averyt,
M. Tignor and H.L. Miller (eds.)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY,
USA.
One of the Contributing Authors to Meehl, G.A., T.F. Stocker, W.D. Collins, P. Friedlingstein, A.T. Gaye, J.M.
Gregory, A. Kitoh, R. Knutti, J.M. Murphy, A. Noda, S.C.B. Raper, I.G. Watterson, A.J. Weaver and Z.-C. Zhao, 2007:
Global Climate Projections. In: Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to
the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Solomon, S., D. Qin, M. Manning,
Z. Chen, M. Marquis, K.B. Averyt, M. Tignor and H.L. Miller (eds.)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United
Kingdom and New York, NY, USA.
Extensive contributions to US Government CCSP Synthesis and Assessment Product 1.2, 2009, Past climate variability
and change in the Arctic and at high latitudes:
For the Report as a whole: CCSP, 2009: Past Climate Variability and Change in the Arctic and at High Latitudes. A
report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and Subcommittee on Global Change Research [Alley, R.B., J.
Brigham-Grette, G.H. Miller, L. Polyak, and J.W.C. White (coordinating lead authors)]. U.S. Geological Survey,
Reston, VA, 257 pp.
For the Executive Summary: Alley, R.B., J. Brigham-Grette, G.H. Miller, L. Polyak, and J.W.C. White, 2009:
Executive Summary. In: Past Climate Variability
and Change in the Arctic and at High Latitudes. A report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and
Subcommittee on Global Change Research. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA, pp. 1-4.
For Chapter 1: Fitzpatrick, J.J., R.B. Alley, J. Brigham-Grette, G.H. Miller, L. Polyak, and M. Serreze, 2009: Preface:
Why and how to use this synthesis and assessment report. In: Past Climate Variability and Change in the Arctic and at
High Latitudes. A report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and Subcommittee on Global Change Research.
U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA, pp. 5-10.
For Chapter 2: Alley, R.B., J.J. Fitzpatrick, J. Brigham-Grette, G.H. Miller, D. Muhs, and L. Polyak, 2009:
Paleoclimate concepts. In: Past Climate Variability and Change in the Arctic and at High Latitudes. A report by the
U.S. Climate Change Science Program and Subcommittee on Global Change Research. U.S. Geological Survey,
Reston, VA, pp. 11-30.
For Chapter 3: Miller, G.H., J. Brigham-Grette, L. Anderson, H. Bauch, M.A. Douglas, M.E. Edwards, S. Elias, B.
Finney, S. Funder, T. Herbert, L. Hinzman, D.K. Kaufman, G. MacDonald, A. Robock, M. Serreze, J. Smol, R.
Spielhagen, A.P. Wolfe, and E. Wolff, 2009: Temperature and precipitation history of the Arctic. In: Past Climate
Variability and Change in the Arctic and at High Latitudes. A report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and
Subcommittee on Global Change Research. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA, pp. 31-90.
For Chapter 4: White, J.W.C., R.B. Alley, A. Jennings, S. Johnsen, G.H. Miller, and S. Nerem, 2009: Past rates of
climate change in the Arctic. In: Past Climate Variability and Change in the Arctic and at High Latitudes. A report by
the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and Subcommittee on Global Change Research. U.S. Geological Survey,
Reston, VA, pp. 91-110.
For Chapter 5: Alley, R.B., J.T. Andrews, G.K.C. Clarke, K.M. Cuffey, S. Funder, S.J. Marshall, J.X. Mitrovica, D.R.
Muhs, and B. Otto-Bleisner, 2009: History of the Greenland ice sheet. In: Past Climate Variability and Change in the
Arctic and at High Latitudes. A report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and Subcommittee on Global
Change Research. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA, pp. 111-158.
For Chapter 7: Alley, R.B., J. Brigham-Grette, G.H. Miller, L. Polyak, and J.W.C. White, 2009: Key findings and
recommendations. In: Past Climate Variability and Change in the Arctic and at High Latitudes. A report by the U.S.
Climate Change Science Program
Committee Member (contributor to writing) Review Committee for the Marian Koshland Science Museum of the
National Academy of Sciences, 2016, Pathways for Public Engagement: Increasing the Impact and Building on the
Success of the Marian Koshland Science Museum of the National Academy of Sciences.
Committee Member (contributor to writing), National Research Council. 2013. Abrupt Impacts of Climate Change:
Anticipating Surprises. National Academies Press, Washington, DC.
Committee Chair (leader in writing), National Research Council. 2002. Abrupt Climate Change: Inevitable Surprises.
National Academies Press, Washington, DC.
Contributor to How Much How Fast: A Decadal Plan for Quantifying the Rate of Change of the West Antarctic Ice
Sheet Now and in the Future, a community report to the US National Science Foundation, 2016.
Contributor to, and one of meeting convenors, for Workshop Report from West Antarctica and future sea-level rise:
A workshop to identify priorities for research and collaboration in West Antarctica, Royal Society, London. 3rd and 4th
March, 2016.
Research Reports to Sponsor.
Alley, R.B. and D.W. Kirkland. 1982. Origin and migration of natural gas in the Sacramento Basin, CA. Mobil Field
Research Proprietary Memo.
COMMUNITY SERVICE/COMMITTEES
Chair, Committee of Visitors, National Science Foundation Office of Polar Programs, 1993. Member, National Science
Foundation Division of Polar Programs Advisory Committee, 1992-1994.
Member, West Antarctic Ice Sheet Initiative Steering Committee, 1992-2010.
Member, West Antarctic Ice Sheet WAIS-2000 Working Group, 1992-1995.
Member, West Antarctic Ice Sheet Ice Cores (WAISCORES) Steering Committee, 1994-2010.
Member, Global Younger Dryas committee of Past Global Changes of International Geosphere-Biosphere Program,
1993.
Member, Geology editorial board, 1993-2001; again 2003-2005.
Member of Society Council, International Glaciological Society, 1993-1996, and again 2003-2005.
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Cores Initiative, representative to Past Global Changes of the International
Geosphere/Biosphere Program, 1993-98.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: contributing author to one chapter, and reviews of three chapters at
several levels of review, 1994-95. Participant in writing meeting, 1995. Extensive review, 2000. A Lead Author of one
chapter and contributing author to second, and lead author of Summary for Policymakers and Technical Summary,
2004-2006.
NSF Review Panel of National Ice Core Laboratory, 1993.
Member, NSF Review Panel for Antarctic Glaciology, 1988-1990.
Member, NSF Review Panel for Arctic Glaciology, 1989-1990.
Member, NSF Review Panel for Greenland Ice Sheet Project 2, 1990.
Member, NSF Review Panel for Geoscience-Math Interdisciplinary Studies, 1991.
Member, NASA Working Group on Radar Altimetry over Ice Sheets, 1988.
Member, Polar Research Board of National Academy of Sciences, 1997-2002.
Member, Greenland Ice Sheet Project 2 Executive Committee, 1996-2001.
Member, Ice Core Working Group Executive Committee, and Sample Allocation Committee, National Ice Core
Laboratory, 1996-1997.
Member, National Ice Core Laboratory Sample Allocation Committee, 1998-2006.
Member, Quaternary Science Reviews editorial board, 1997-2006.
Member, Arctic Consortium of the US Arctic Logistics Working Group, 1997.
Member, Antarctic External Review Panel (the "Augustine Panel"), 1996-1997.
Member, ARCUS (Arctic Research Consortium of the US) Board of Directors, 1997-1999.
Member, National Science Foundation Earth System History Steering Committee, 1998-2001.
Member, American Geophysical Union, Review Panel for journal Paleoceanography, 1997-98.
Member, organizing committee, American Geophysical Union Chapman Conference on Millennial-Scale Climate
Change, 1998.
Member, steering committee, Processes of Last Glacial Maximum Climate, of IMAGES (International Marine Global
Change Study, a marine component of IGBP/PAGES), 1997-2001.
Member, SCICOM of IMAGES, 2002-2003.
Co-Chair, Project Planning Workshop, Abrupt Climate Change: What can the Academy Contribute; Board on
Atmospheric Science and Climate, Ocean Studies Board and Polar Research Board, Fri, Jan 22, 1999, NRC/NAS/NAE
Georgetown Campus, Washington, DC
Invited session chair, National Academy of Science Frontiers of Science meeting, Nov. 19-21, 1998, Irvine, CA.
Selected as best presentation, to be presented again at American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting
in April, 1999.
Member, International Commission on Snow and Ice Working Group on Physics of Ice-Core Records, 1998-99.
Member, Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Committee of AGU, 1998-2005.
Member, US PAGES/CLIVAR working group 1999-2003.
Member, Board of Directors, Climate System History and Dynamics (Canada), 1999-2001.
Chair, National Research Council ad hoc Committee on Abrupt Climate Change Panel, 2000-2002.
Member, Ice Core Working Group, 1988-1991, 2000-2005. (Alternate 1997-2000.) Chair, Ice Core Working Group,
1991.
Member, Scientific Working Group on Physical Properties for the GISP2 core (advisory to NSF), 1988-89.
Member, Sea-Level Response to Ice Sheet Evolution (SeaRISE) Steering Committee (funded by NSF), 1990.
Member, Siple Coast Project Steering Committee (advisory to NSF), 1988-90.
Member, Scientific Advisory Committee, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (University of Colorado), 2001.
Member, NOAA Abrupt Climate Change Panel, 1999-2004.
Program Committee, Earth System Processes meeting of Geological Society of America, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2001.
Assistant Scientific Editor, Annals of Glaciology v. 35.
Member, Ad hoc Advisoty Committee of the International Commission on Snow and Ice (ICSI), 2004
Member, Advisory Panel, NOVA:Leading Edge by WGBH, Boston, 2002-05
Advisory panel, NSF-funded Earth and Sky radio, 2002-12.
Member of Expert Content Group, Climate Change Exhibit, Koshland Science Museum, National Academy of
Sciences, 2003-2004. 2003
Member, organizing committee, International Participation in Ice Core Sciences (IPICS) Workshop and committee
member, 2003-2005.
Member, Ice Coring and Drilling Services (contractor of NSF) Science Advisory Board, 2001-2003.
Member, Steering Committee, Comer Global-Change Fellows and follow-on committees, 2003-2016.
Member, and Impacts Group member, Earth Institute, Columbia University, 2004-2006.
Member, NSF GEO Planning Committee, 2006-2008.
Member, Antarctic Integrative and System Sciences (AISS) Committee and writing team, 2007.
Member, CCSP Arctic Paleoclimates Report team, 2006-2008.
Member, USGS panel to evaluate National Ice Core Lab, 2008.
Member, National Research Council Committee on Environment and National Security, 2009-2012.
Member, MEDEA, 2009-2014.
Member, National Research Council on Abrupt Climate Change, 2012-2014.
Member, AAAS Committee on Climate Change, 2013-2015.
Member, National Academy of Sciences Review Panel of Koshland Science Museum, 2015-2016.
Member, National Academy of Sciences Intelligence, Science and Technology Experts Group, 2015-2016.
Member, Steering Committee, West Antarctic Ice Sheet Divide Deep Core, 2010-2016.
Member, Advisory Panel, D. & L. Packard Foundation Fellowships, 2014-2016.
--PUBLIC LECTURES (1003)
Presentations at Technical Meetings (if more than one presentation, number indicated before date) (235)
Third International Symposium on Antarctic Glaciology, Columbus (1981)
Ohio Academy of Sciences, Wooster (1981)
Symposium on Ice and Climate Modelling, Evanston, IL (1983)
Ohio Academy of Sciences, Columbus (1983)
Snow Symposium IV, US Army CRREL, Hanover, NH (1984)
Seventh Symposium on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice, Grenoble (2; 1986)
Second Symposium on Remote Sensing in Glaciology, Cambridge, UK (1986)
American Quaternary Association, Champaign, IL (1986)
Symposium on Ice-Core Analysis, Bern (1987)
International Quaternary Association, Ottawa (1987)
Symposium on the Physical Basis of Ice Sheet Modelling, Vancouver (1987)
Symposium on Facies Models & Ice Dyn., Margin Mid-Continent Ice Sheet, Columbus, OH (1988)
Symposium on Ice Dynamics, Hobart (2; 1988)
American Geophysical Union (Fall, 1988)
The Global Water Cycle, University Park (1988)
American Geophysical Union (Spring, 1988)
Symposium on Ice and Climate, Seattle, WA (2; 1989)
Northeast Regional Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Syracuse (2; 1990)
Symposium on Ice-Ocean Mechanics and Dynamics, Hanover, NH (1990)
American Geophysical Union (2; 1990).
Second Forum for Continental Scientific Drilling, San Francisco, CA (1991).
American Geophysical Union (2; 1991)
Fifth International Symposium on Antarctic Glaciology, Cambridge, UK (1993)
American Geophysical Union (3; 1992)
Midwest Glaciologists (1992)
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (2; 1993)
Goddard Institute for Space Studies (1993)
Midwest Glaciologists (1993)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Workshop (1992)
Fifth International Symposium Antarctic Glaciology (1993)
American Geophysical Union (3; 1993)
American Physical Society (1994)
Midwest Glaciologists (1994)
European Ice Sheet Modeling Initiative Bremerhaven (1994)
Role of Cryosphere in Global Change Meet (1994)
American Meteorological Society (1995)
American Geophysical Union (2; spring 1995)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet meeting (1995)
Sea Level Rise Workshop Miami (1995)
Abrupt Climate Change Workshop LDEO (1995)
Paleoclimates Arctic Lakes and Estuaries Workshop (1996)
Arctic System Science All-Hands Meeting Snowbird Utah (2; 1996)
American Geophysical Union Spring (2; 1996)
Geological Society of America (1996)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Workshop (1996)
Greenland Ice Sheet Project Workshop Napa Valley CA (1996)
American Geophysical Union (1996)
NSF-NOAA Holocene Workshop LDEO (1997)
Tidewater Glacier Workshop Ohio (1997)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Meeting (1997)
American Geophysical Union Spring Meet (1997)
American Geophysical Union Fall Meet (3; 1997)
Past Global Changes Open Science Meeting London (1998)
Termination-II Workshop Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory (1998)
Chapman Conf. American Geophysical Union Millennial Climate Change Snowbird Utah (1999)
Chapman Conference West Antarctic Stability Maine (1999)
Deformation of Glacial Materials London (1999)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Meeting (1999)
West Antarctic Ice Cores Meeting (1999)
NOAA Abrupt Climate Change Panel LDEO (1999)
Geological Society of America (2 and session co-convenor, 1999)
American Geophysical Union (1999)
Geological Soc. America First Field Forum, Matanuska Glacier, AK (present., coorganize; 2000)
Midwest Glaciologists Meeting (2000)
EPILOG ice-age meeting (2000)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Meeting (2000)
American Geophysical Union (spring, 2000)
West Antarctic Ice Cores Meet (2001)
Gordon Conference on Chemical Oceanography, NH (2001)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Meeting (2001)
Mineralogical Society of America Short Course on Stable Isotopes (2001)
American Geophysical Union (session chair and presenter) (2; 2001)
Heinrich Event Workshop, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (2001)
NOAA Abrupt Climate Change Field Conference New Zealand (2; 2002)
Easterbrook Distinguished Geoscientist Award Presentation, Geological Society of America (2002)
Cesare Emiliani Lecture, American Geophysical Union (2002)
American Geophysical Union (2002)
Siple Dome, Antarctic Principal Investigators Meeting (2002)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Meeting (2002)
Gordon Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry, Big Sky, Montana (2003)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet meeting (2003)
NOAA Abrupt Climate Change Panel Meeting (2003)
Royal Society (UK) Discussion Meeting on Abrupt Climate Change, London (2003)
NOAA CORC-ARCHES Sea Level Miniconference, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (2003)
Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium (2003)
American Geophysical Union (2; 2003)
Gary Comer Abrupt Climate Change Panel (2004)
Siple Dome Deep Ice Core PIs Meeting, Reno, NV (3; 2004)
NOAA Abrupt Climate Change Panel (2004)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Meeting (2004)
Geological Society of America (2004)
American Geophysical Union (2; 2004)
Nye Lecture at American Geophysical Union (2004)
NOAA CORC-ARCHES Flickers Miniconference, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (2005)
NASA Sea-Level Workshop (2005)
Gary Comer Abrupt Climate Change Panel (2005)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Meeting (2005)
Gary Comer Fellowship/Mentorship Meeting (2005)
North Central Section, Geological Society of America (Keynote; 2005)
Snowmass (Colorado) Workshop on Abrupt and Catastrophic Climate Change (2006)
International Symposium on Cryospheric Indicators of Global Climate Change (3; 2006)
Abrupt Climate Change Panel (2006)
Third International Fire Ecology and Management Congress, San Diego (Keynote; 2006)
Glaciology Symposium for Garry K.C. Clarke (2006)
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (2006)
Midwest Glaciological Meeting (2006)
Geological Society of America (2006)
European Geosciences Union (2006)
Ice-sheet-modeling workshop (2007)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Meeting (2007)
American Geophysical Union (3; 2007)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Cores Divide meeting (2007)
Abelson Advancing Science Seminar AAAS (2007)
Gary Comer Abrupt Climate Change Conference (2007)
Abrupt Climate Change Conference (2007)
Pennsylvania Geographical Society (2007)
NOAA/GFDL ice-sheet-modeling workshop (2007)
West Antarctic Links to Sea-Level Estimation Workshop (WALSE) (2007)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Cores Divide meeting (2008)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Meeting (2008)
American Quaternary Association Meeting (2008)
CReSIS panel (2008)
Abrupt Climate Change, Columbia (2008)
Abrupt Climate Change, Madison (2008)
AAAS (2009)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Cores Divide meeting (2009)
PAGES Open Science Meeting (2009)
AGU Chapman Conference on Abrupt Climate Change (2009)
Abrupt Climate Change, Wisconsin (2; 2009)
American Geophysical Union (3; 2009)
American Geological Institute (2009)
WHOI Sea-Level Rise (2009)
American Geophysical Union (3; 2010)
University Turbine Systems Research Workshop Penn State (2010)
SACNAS IPY Symposium (2010)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Meeting (2010)
Abrupt Climate Change, Wisconsin (2; 2010)
NSF Sea-Level Rise Workshop (2010)
Chevron Research (2010)
American Geophysical Union (4; 2011)
Abrupt Climate Change, Wisconsin (2; 2011)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Divide Core, San Diego (2011)
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research Open Science Meeting, Portland (4, 2012)
American Geophysical Union (3; 2012)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Cores Divide Meeting (2012)
Abrupt Climate Change, Wisconsin (2, 2012)
Dealing with Climate Change, Arizona State (2, 2013)
American Association for the Advancement of Science (2, 2013)
AGU Chapman Conference on Communicating Climate Science (4, 2013)
International Symposium on Radioglaciology, Lawrence, Kansas Keynote (2013)
7th International Workshop on Ice Drilling Technology, Madison, Wisconsin (special evening lecture) 2013
WAIS Divide Meeting (2013)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Meeting (2013)
Abrupt Climate Change Meeting, Wisconsin (2, 2013)
Glaciers and volcanoes FESD San Francisco (2013)
AGU Fall Meeting and associated events, including special hour-long lecture (5, 2013)
Abrupt Climate Change Meeting (2; 2014)
American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, invited talks (2; 2014)
Harvard FESD VOICES Meet (2014)
International Meeting on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice (2014)
West Antarctic Ice Cores Meeting (2014)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Meeting (2014)
Abrupt Climate Change Workshop, Wisconsin (2; 2015)
American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (3, 2015)
Amundsen Sea-Bellingshausen Sea Coastal Domes Workshop (2015)
HiRes 2015, University of Wisconsin, Keynote (2015)
Improving Characterization Deep Uncertain Sea-Level Projections, Princeton (2015)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet meeting (2015)
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Deep Ice Core/South Pole Intermediate Ice Core (2015)
Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2015)
Royal Society West Antarctic Meeting (2; 2016)
Abrupt Climate Change Workshop, Wisconsin (2; 2016)
American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (3; 2016)
Presentations to Government Officials and Advisory Boards (109)
Second Forum for Continental Scientific Drilling, San Francisco, CA (1991)
Committee on Glaciology of Polar Research Board (1992)
Director of Office of Polar Programs of National Science Foundation (1993)
Executive Committee of Past Global Changes (1993)
JASON (1994)
NASA EOS (1994)
NSF Polar Programs Lithosphere Working Group (1994)
US Vice President A. Gore (1994)
American Association for Advancement of Science (1995)
Paleoclimates Arctic Lakes and Estuaries Workshop (1996)
Arctic System Science All-Hands Meeting Snowbird Utah (2; 1996)
International Trans-Antarctic Science Expedition Meeting Baltimore (1996)
Deep Ice Center Workshop UCa Berkeley (1997)
Arctic Forum Washington DC (1998)
US Global Change Research Program Seminar Dirksen Senate Office Building (1998)
Discussion with agency reps., bipolar view of abrupt climate change, Washington DC (1998)
Smithsonian Institution Polar Connections (1998)
Polar Research Board (1999)
NSF Site Visit Panel Penn State (1999)
NSF Site Visit Panel UCalifornia Berkeley (1999)
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC (1999)
US Nat. Acad. Science Commission on Geosciences, Environment & Resources, Ottawa Canada (1999)
Director of National Science Foundation Office of Polar Programs (2000)
American Association for the Advancement of Science (2001)
Polar Research Board (2001)
FASTDRILL workshop keynote speaker (2002)
Future of US Ice Coring Symposium (2002)
CLIVAR SSC Meeting Boulder CO (2002)
National Academy of Sciences Capitol Hill staff briefing (2002)
Senate Committee (Hon. J. McCain, chair) (2003)
International Program in Ice Core Sciences (2004)
NOAA Climate and Global Change Working Group Meeting (2004)
NSF GEO Advisory Committee Meeting (2004)
NSF Site Visit Team, University of Kansas (2004)
Revelle Lecturer, National Academy of Sciences Ocean Studies Board (2004)
American Association Advancement Science Climate Change Science Seminar (2004)
Environmental and Energy Study Institute Capitol Hill brief., Abrupt Climate Change (2004)
Meet the Scientist, Koshland Science Museum, National Academy of Sciences (2004)
American Association for the Advancement of Science (2005)
SEARCH Planning Meeting (NSF) (2005)
Climate Change Science Project Arctic Scoping Meeting, Denver (2005)
Pennsylvania House of Representatives Environment Committee (2005)
American Meteorological Society Capitol Hill presentation (2006)
Two presentations, discussions with White House, other officials (2006)
French Senator (2006)
Pennsylvania State House Environmental Resources and Energy Committee (2006)
Pennsylvania Consortium for Interdisciplinary Environmental Policy (2006)
National Air and Space Museum (2006)
NSF/GEO Distinguished Lecturer (2006)
Natl. Res. Coun. study Surface Temperature Reconstructions for the Past 1,000-2,000 Years (2006)
US House of Representatives Science Committee (2007)
US Senate Science Committee (2007)
US House of Representatives Energy Committee (2007)
Personal briefing, US Senator (2007) Personal briefing, US Representative (2007)
Personal briefing, US Senator (a different one) (2007)
US House of Representatives Committee on Science and Technology (2007)
US Senate staff members (pre-Greenland briefing) (2007)
Ten US Senators (in Greenland) (2; 2007)
AISS Planning Workshop (NSF) (2007)
USGS Geology Science Strategy Team (telecon talk) (2007)
National Academy Joint meeting of boards on Atm. Sci. & Clim., and Clim. Res. Comm. (2007)
CCSP, OSTP (2008)
Informal briefing to twelve US Senators (2008)
New Zealand Ambassador to US (2008)
NSF/NAS IPY (2008)
US Government OSTP and CCSP (2008)
Candidate for Congress (now member) (2008)
State of Pennsylvania Forestry (2009)
MEDEA (2009)
Arctic Research Commission (2009)
National Academy of Sciences International Polar Year (2009)
Subcommittee on Energy and Environment, US House Committee on Science and Technology (2010)
U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Energy Independenceand Global Warming (2010)
Capitol Hill briefing sponsored by 13 learned societies (2010)
MEDEA (2011)
National Academy IPY Meeting (2011)
National Science Foundation (2011)
Governing Board of National Research Council, Woods Hole (2011)
Smithsonian Institution (2; 2012)
Tri-agency (NSF, NASA, NOAA) Climate Change Education Principal Investigators Meeting (2012)
Pennsylvania House Democratic Policy Committee, Independence Seaport Museum, Philadelphia (2012)
National Research Council Abrupt Climate Change (2012)
National Research Council MEDEA (2013)
Earth to Sky workshop for National Park Service and Fish and Wildlife Service (2013)
Sandia National Laboratory (2013)
Science, Technology and Policy Forum, National Academy of Sciences discussion forum with US Senators (2013)
National Academy of Sciences Google Hangout on Climate Change (2013)
National Academy of Sciences Briefing for Sponsors (2013)
National Academy of Sciences Briefing, President's Science Advisor and OSTP staff (2013)
National Academy of Sciences Briefing for US House of Representatives Science Committee staff (2013)
National Academy of Sciences Report Webex (2013)
Pennsylvania House Democratic Policy Committee (2013)
Commonweal. PA Legisl. Policy Hearing on Public Perception Global Warming (2014)
Natl. Academy Sci./National Research Council, Abrupt Climate Change Webinar (2014)
Natl. Academy Sci. Abrupt Clim. Change Early Warn. Syst. USGCRP and OSTP (2014)
National Academy of Sciences Science and Entertainment Exchange (2; 2104)
National Academy of Sciences Arthur L. Day Prize presentation, (2014)
National Academy of Sciences Section 16 (2015)
National Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting (2015)
PA House Dem. Policy Committee Hearing Testimony on Carbon Neutrality (2015)
US Army War College (2016)
National Academy of Sciences Arctic Matters meeting (2016)
PA DEP and DCNR (2016)
Presentations to University-Wide and Departmental Colloquia (multiple talks indicated by #; many of these were
named lectures, those I recall are indicated) (251)
Syracuse University Geo (1990)
University of Illinois Geo (1990)
US Coast Guard Academy, New London, CT (1990)
Lehigh University Geo (1991)
UMinnesota Geo (2; 1992)
Climate Center Visitor, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (2; 1993)
MIT Earth (1994)
Harvard Geo (1994)
NASA/Goddard (1994)
Rice Geo (1995)
Ohio University Physics and Geo (1995)
Cornell Geo (1995)
University of Wisconsin Geo Weeks Lecturer (2, 1995)
University of Texas at Austin Institute for Geophysics (1996)
University of Colorado Geo (1996)
University of Colorado INSTAAR (1996)
USGS Denver (1996)
Ohio State University First Goldthwait Polar Lecturer (1996)
University of Washington Quaternary Research Center (3; 1997)
Watkins Visiting Professor, Wichita State University (4; 1997)
University of Michigan Geo (1997)
Stout Lecturer University of Nebraska (1997)
University of New Mexico Geo (1997)
Princeton University Geo (2; 1997)
Distinguished Visiting Lecturer Old Dominion University (3; 1998)
Glenn G. Bartle Memorial Lecturer Binghamton University Geo (3; 1998)
Ohio University Physics (1998)
Distinguished Scientists Lecture Series Trinity University, San Antonio, TX (2; 1999)
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (1999)
University of Wisconsin Sustainable Development Symposium (1999)
National Center for Atmospheric Research (2000)
University of South Carolina Geo (2; 2000)
Crosby Lecturer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (3; 2000)
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (2000)
Global Warming symposium, James A. Baker III Institute, Rice University (2000)
Yale Geo (2000)
Fermilab (2001)
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (2001)
Kibbe Science Symposium, Bowdoin College (2001)
Rice University (2; 2000)
Mindlin Lecturer, University of Washington (2; 2001)
Scripps Institution of Oceanography (2001)
Lehigh University, Earth (2001)
Penn State Hazleton (2002)
Oregon State University Geo (2002)
Lewis and Clark College Geo (2002)
Sigma Xi and Geo, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2; 2002)
Princeton University STEP (2002)
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Abrupt Change Forum (2002)
Jones Seminar, Dartmouth College (2002)
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (2; 2002)
Southampton (UK) Oceanography Centre (2003)
Distinguished Science Lecture, Susquehanna University (2003)
T. Mylan Stout Lecture, University of Nebraska (2003)
Math/Science Edu. Init. & College Arts&Sci. Special Lect., Univ. of Nebraska (2003)
St. Olaf College Science Symposium (2003)
Bucknell College Environment (2003)
CIRES Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Colorado (2003)
John Hopkins University Geo (2003)
University of Michigan Geo (2003)
Chesley Lecturer, Carleton College (3; 2004)
Convocation Speaker, Berea College (2004)
Lafayette College (2; 2004)
Potter Lecturer, Dickinson College (2; 2005)
21st Century Challenges for Earth Sciences, Univ of Wisconsin Geo (2005)
Bates College (2; 2005)
Colby College (2; 2005)
Old Dominion University NewPAGE Lecturer (2; 2005)
Climate Center Distinguished Lecturer, Purdue University (2; 2005)
Harrington Symposium on Abrupt Climate Change, University of Texas (2005)
Flint Lecturer, Yale University (3; 2005)
President's Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Vermont (3; 2005)
Presidential Lecture Series, Rice University (3; 2005)
Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory (2006)
Brossman Science Lectureship, Millersville University (2; 2006)
Starr Lecturer, MIT (2; 2006)
Alfred-Wegener Institut, Germany (2006)
University of Bremen, Germay (2006)
CReSIS webcast (2006)
Illinois State Geological Survey (2; 2006)
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (2; 2006)
Washington and Lee University (2; 2006)
College of Wooster (2; 2007)
Penn State Lehigh Valley (2007)
World Universities Network webcast (2007)
Denver Museum of Science and Nature (2; 2007)
Princeton University (2; 2007)
Adrian College (2007)
University of Hawaii Manoa (3; 2007)
PennFuture/Gwynedd Mercy College (2007)
Bucknell University (2007)
Carnegie Institution of Washington (2007)
University of Delaware (2; 2008)
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (2; 2008)
Lehigh University (2008)
Old Dominion University (2008)
Ursinus College (2008)
Elizabethtown College (2008)
Augsburg College (2009)
St. Olaf College (2; 2009)
Rutgers (2009)
WHOI (2009)
Brown (2009)
Otterbein College (5; 2009)
Gamow Lecture Colorado (2010)
Byrd Polar Research Center, Ohio State (2010)
York College (2011)
Bard College (2011)
University of Minnesota (2011)
University of St. Thomas (2011)
Hamilton College (2011)
Colgate University (2011)
Portland State University (2011)
Oregon State University George Moore Lecture (2011)
Oregon State University Condon Lecure (2011)
Lafayette College (3; 2012)
MIT Knight Fellows (2012)
Northwestern (2012)
University of Chicago and Northwestern Krumbein Lecture (2012)
University of Washington (4; 2012)
Syracuse University Milton First-Year Lecture (2; 2012)
University of Colorado (2012)
University of Delaware (2012)
Stanford University School of Earth Sciences Distinguished Lecture Series (2012)
West Virginia University (2, 2013)
Washington and Lee SSA5 (2, 2013)
Bloomsburg University (2013)
Wittenberg University IBM Endowed Lecture (3, 2013)
University of New Mexico Caswell Silver Lecture (2, 2013)
University of Wisconsin (2, 2013)
Juniata College (2013)
University of Laverne (2013)
Maryville University (2013)
University of Utah Frontiers of Science (4, 2013)
Albion College Calvaruso Lecture (4; 2014)
Bucknell University (2014)
Cambridge University (UK) Department of Geosciences (2014)
Clark University Atwood Lecture (2; 2014)
Gettysburg College (3; 2014)
Loyola University of Maryland Natural & Applied Sciences Grand Seminar (2014)
MIT EAPS 14th Annual Kendall Lecture (2014)
Northern Illinois University and STEMFest (4; 2014)
Climate & Policy Conf. 2015, University of California Santa Cruz, Keynote (2; 2015)
Duquesne University, Integrity of Creation: Climate Change Conference Keynote (2015)
Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR), University of Colorado (2015)
Kent State U Third Annual Water Symposium, Keynote (2015)
Miami of Ohio Baldwin Frontiers in Geology Lecture (3; 2015)
Mich. Meeting: Academic Engagement in Public and Political Discourse Keynote (2015)
Temple University, Earth and Environmental Science (2015)
Tulane University Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (2; 2015)
U of Chicago Department of Geophysical Sciences, Noon Balloon (2015)
Weber State University, Ogden (2; 2015)
Wilson College (2; 2015)
Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2; 2016)
Chatham University (2016)
University of Missouri (3; 2016)
Carnegie-Mellon University (2; 2016)
Catholic University of America Department of Physics 35th Annual Karl F. Herzfeld Memorial Lecture (2016)
Slippery Rock University (3; 2016)
Appalachian Laboratory, Frostburg, MD (2; 2016)
MIT EAPS (2016)
MIT EAPS and New England Aquarium John Carlson Lecture (2016)
Additional Public Lectures (Industry, Non-Profit Organizations, etc.) (multiple talks indicated as #) (178)
Antarctican Society, Washington, DC (1991)
Worthington (Oh) High School (2; 1992)
Mobil Oil Dallas (1995)
Pennsylvania Science Teachers Association (1996)
Council for Advancement of Science Writing (1999)
Lucent Technologies/Bell Labs (2000)
Institute for the Northwest, Portland, OR (2002)
Electric Power Research Institute (2002)
First World Universities Network Global Research Seminar (2002)
Swiss Summer School on Glaciers, Riederalp (2002)
American Clinical and Climatological Association (2003)
Gary Comer Fellowship Meeting (2004)
Mississippi Academy and Junior Academy of Sciences (4; 2004)
Climate Change Event, Whitaker Science Center, Harrisburg (2004)
Taming the Climate Symposium, Columbia University (2004)
Camden Technology Conference (2004)
Audubon Society, Bucknell University (2004)
Electric Power Research Institute (2006)
EuroScience Open Forum, Germany (2006)
Native Plants in the Landscape (2006)
Geological Society of America Public Outreach (2006)
University of Vermont, honors class telephone presentation (2006)
Abrupt Climate Change Conference/Gary Comer Memorial (2007)
Polarpalooza, Washington, DC (5; 2008)
Geological Society of America Public Service Award Acceptance (2008)
CReSIS Science-Teacher Workshop Kansas (2008)
CReSIS Science-Teacher Workshop Ohio State (2008)
AMQUA Science-Teacher Workshop (2008)
Geo/Material Science-Teacher Workshops (2008)
Polarpalooza, American Museum of Natural History, and New York Times (5; 2009)
Teacher workshops Earth History and Renewable Energy (2009)
Pocono Mountain East High School (2009)
Perry Middle School, Worthington, Ohio (2; 2009)
FINESSE Science-Teacher Workshop (2010)
ASTE Keynote (2010)
CReSIS Science-Teacher Workshop (2; 2010)
CReSIS summer students Kansas (2; 2010)
SACNAS Science-Teacher Workshop (2010)
Climate Change Education Workshop NSF/NOAA/NASA (2010)
The IPCC and its Findings: Perspectives from Leading Climate Scientists teleconference (2010)
Broecker CV (2010)
SACNAS Keynote (2010)
Fort Worth Sustainable Energy Roundtable, Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (2010)
CReSIS Advisory Board (2011)
Jiangnan University (China) (2011)
Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (2011)
Association of Polar Early Career Scientists virtual poster session (2011)
CReSIS REU students (2011)
WAIS Divide CPL (2011)
Koshland Science Museum (2011)
Sustainable Energy Roundtable Fort Worth (2011)
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (2) (2011)
Oregon Public Radio Live Online Discussion (2011)
Science Museum of Minnesota (2; 2011)
Fleet Science Museum (San Diego) (2; 2011)
San Diego Science Day (2011)
Heinz Award Comments on Acceptance (2011)
Schneider Award Comments on Acceptance (2011)
Climate Literacy Network (2012)
Climate Literacy Network Teachers' Workshop (2012)
North Carolina Museum of Science and Nature (4; 2012)
ETOM at AAAS (2012)
Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Educators (3; 2012)
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (5; 2012)
Texas Christian University (including some state lawmakers) (2012)
Geological Society of America's 125th Anniversary Cruise to Antarctica (7; 2012-13)
Undergraduate Research at the Capital—Pennsylvania (2013)
Tyler Prize Discussion with Rachel Maddow, Mario Molina, Thomas Lovejoy and John Holdren (2013)
AMS Diversity Workshop (2013)
UOP Honeywell (2, 2013)
Seattle Science Festival (2013)
Inglewood Middle School, Washington state (6, 2013)
CReSIS REU students (2013)
Pennsylvania Interfaith Power and Light (2013)
Council of Foreign Relations (NY) (2014)
American Geophysical Union Open Mic Night host (2014)
American Geophysical Union Climate Science Congress Visits Day Workshop (2014)
American Geophysical Union Open Mic Night host (2014)
AMS/NSF OEDG Climate Studies Diversity Project Workshop (2014)
Church of the Savior (Cleveland) Towers Class (2014)
Council of Foreign Relations (NY) (2014)
Earth: The Operators' Manual Earth Day Google Hangout (2014)
Maumee (OH) High School (2014)
National Center for Science Education meeting (2014)
Natl. Council Science & Environment Building Climate Solutions Conf. Keynote (2014)
NOAA Climate Webinar (2014)
NSF Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets REU students (2014)
Pennsylvania Science Teachers Association (2014)
Philadelphia Bar Association Chancellor's Forum (2014)
Polar Educators International Master Class for Educators (2014)
The Royal Society (London) New Fellows Seminar (2014)
US Presidential Scholars 50th Anniversary Alumni Summit (2014)
World Science Summit on Climate Change (2014)
Yale Forum Webcast on Climate Communications, January 15 (2014)
American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, Public Talk (2015)
American Geophysical Union Thriving Earth Exchange (2015)
American Geophysical Union Open Mic Night host (2015)
American Meteorological Society Diversity Climate Workshop (2015)
BBVA Frontiers of Knowledge Award in Climate Science Comments (2015)
BBVA discussion on climate change with press (2015)
Chevron Flexibility Mechanisms Evaluation Network (2015)
Conference on World Affairs, University of Colorado, Boulder, Panels (5; 2015)
The Cosmos Club, Washington, DC (2015)
CReSIS REU program (2015)
Earth: The Operators' Manual Big Read Google Hangout (2; 2015)
Energy and Climate Change Conference (2015)
Fairview High School, Boulder, CO (2; 2015)
Geol. Soc. of America Annual MeetingSavor the Cryosphere Webinar (2015)
National Science Teachers Association Conference Keynote (2015)
New York City philanthropic workshop (2015)
PennEnvironment volunteers (2015)
Punxsutawney, PA Weather Discovery Center (2015)
UCAR Climate Voices Webinar to teachers (2015)
UCAR Walter Orr Roberts Distinguished Lecture (2015)
University of Chicago, Remarks on receipt of Honorary Doctorate of Science (2015)
Weber State University and Ogden, Utah, discussion with civic leaders (2015)
Wilson College, Sociology students (2015)
WISSARD high-school class for gifted students, UC Santa Cruz (2015)
Farming for the Future, Annual Meeting of Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture Keynote (2016)
Milton Hershey School (presented remotely) (2016)
TED-X-PSU (2016)
Church of the Saviour Adult Sunday School classes, Cleveland Heights, Ohio (2016)
University of Connecticut, Integrating Humans and the Environment (ENV 2000) (webinar) (2016)
Overlake School, Redmond, Washington, 7th Grade and 10th grade (2; 2016)
CReSIS (University of Kansas) REU Program (presented remotely) (2016)
D. & L. Packard Foundation, Los Altos, CA (2016)
Gates Foundation, Redmond, WA (2016)
State College District United Methodist Women Annual Day (2016)
Centre County UN Assoc., United Nations Day Dinner Keynote, State College, PA (2016)
PA Environmental Resource Consortium Keynote (2016)
Keystone Crops & Soils Meeting, Harrisburg PA (2016)
Penn State Greater Allegheny (2016)
Penn State-University Park and other local talks (multiple talks indicated by #) (230)
Geosciences Colloquium (1989)
Geography Colloquium (1989)
Marine Sciences Society (1990)
Hydrosciences Brown-Bag (1990)
Hydrosciences Brown-Bag (1992)
EMS new students (1991)
EMS Interest House (1991)
EMS presentation to Board of Trustees (1991)
Meteorology Students (1991)
Meteorology Students (1992)
Earth System Science Center Hydrological Interest Group (1993)
Goddard Institute for Space Studies (1993)
Lamont Kindergarten (1993)
Hydrosciences Brown-Bag (1993)
Geosciences Colloquium (1994)
Geodynamics Seminar (1995)
Alumni College (1995)
Lamont Elementary School (1996)
SOAR High-School Experience (1996)
Pennsylvania Science Teachers Association (1996)
Sigma Xi (1997)
Irvin Hall EMS Interest House (1998)
Geosciences Colloquium (1997)
Geosciences Club (1997)
Environmental Geochemistry Symposium Keynote (1999)
Geoscience Club (1999)
Mt. Nittany Middle School sixth grade (1999)
Mt. Nittany Christian School (1999)
Houserville fourth grade (1999)
Mt. Nittany Middle School seventh grade (1999)
Sigma Xi (2001)
Geoclub (2001)
Barnes and Noble (2001)
Evan Pugh Address (2000)
Houserville elementary school (2, 2001)
Geosciences (2001)
Meteorology Summer School (2001)
Goddard Forum (2002)
Phi Beta Kappa (2002)
Huddle with the Faculty (2002)
Weather Camp for Teachers (2002)
American Meteorological Society summer camp for precollege teachers (2002)
Weather Camp for 8-10th graders (2002)
Geography Coffee Hour (2002)
State College Area High School classes (2002)
Schlow Public Library, State College (2003)
Mt. Nittany Middle School seventh grade (2003)
Geoclub (2003)
Research Unplugged (2003)
Retired Faculty (2003)
Evan Pugh Professors (2003)
Bachelor of Philosophy Dinner (2004)
Commencement Speaker, Graduate School (2004)
Friends School and Foxdale Retirement Home Residents (2004)
Geosciences Colloquium (2004)
Mt. Nittany Middle School (2004)
Engaging Faculty Outreach Scholarship Conference (2004)
Partners of Penn State Trustees (2004)
State College Area High School earth science classes (2004)
State College Area High School earth-science classes (another bunch, also 2004)
G. Montgomery and Marion Mitchell Lecture for Innovative Teaching (2004)
Alumni Cruise, Alaska (2005)
Astrobiology Teachers Seminar (2005)
Geoclub (2006)
Earth System Science Center (2006)
Meteorology Student Association (2006)
Office of Physical Plant Leadership (2006)
Penn State Forum (2006)
State College Area High School Community Event (2006)
The People Speak, Schlow Memorial Library (2006)
Teachers Workshop in Meteorology (2006)
University Baptist and Brethren Church (2007)
State College Area High School (2007)
Penn State Ecology Seminar Series (2007)
Penn State Outreach (2007)
Penn State Forum for Future (2007)
Penn State Lippin Lectureship in Ethics (2007)
Penn State Lehigh Valley (2007)
State College Mt. Nittany Middle School (2; 2007)
Dubois Area High School (2007)
Umbaugh Lectureship Penn State Dubois (2; 2007)
University Baptist and Brethern Church Adult Forum (2007)
Penn State Frontiers in Science (2; 2008)
Penn State Focus the Nation (videotaped presentation; 2008)
Penn State Lion Ambassadors (2008)
Corl Street Elementary Fifth Graders (2008)
State College Area High School (4; 2008)
Mount Nittany Middle School (2; 2008)
IPCC seminar (2008)
State Theater Antarctic Event (2008)
Penn State Schuylkill (2; 2008)
Editors Conference (2008)
Pennsylvania Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (2008)
Phi Kappa Phi (2008)
Outreach Conference (2008)
Business Incubator (2008)
Penn State Geography (2008)
Penn State Green Bag Outreach (2008)
LABASH Landscape Architecture (2009)
Evan Pugh Profs (2009)
Leadership Centre County (2009)
Penn State Weather Camp (2009)
State College Area High School (2009)
Penn State Alumni Association Huddle with the Faculty (2010)
Penn State Grand Destiny Kick-Off (2010)
Penn State Weather Camp (2; 2010)
State College Area High School (2010)
Grays Woods Elementary (2010)
Leadership Centre County (2010)
Towpath Naturalist Society (2010)
Penn State School of International Affairs Colloquium (2010)
Geosciences Advisory Committee (2011)
Earth Day (2011)
Technology Management and Policy Graduate Consortium (2011)
Methodist Ministerium (central Pennsylvania) (2011)
Leadership Centre County (2011)
Penn State School of International Affairs Student Colloquium (2011)
Penn State Physics Department Colloquium (2011)
Workshop for Broadcast Meteorologists (2011)
Nuclear Engineering (2011)
Smeal MBA (2011)
Transition Towns Marcellus Symposium (2011)
University Baptist and Brethren Church (2011)
Penn State School of International Affairs Student Colloquium (2012)
Earth and Environmental Systems Institute (2012)
Department of Geosciences (2012)
Transition Towns Marcellus Followup (2012)
State College Rotary Club (2012)
Penn State Extension (2012)
Public Issues Forum (2012)
Penn State Earth and Mineral Sciences Commencement (2012)
Leadership Centre County (2012)
Energy Industry Studies Program (DOE) at Penn State (2012)
PSU Green to Post-Green Seminar VI Architecture (2012)
Light Step-Right Step Festival, State College (2012)
PSU Presidential Leadership Academy, Honors College (2012)
Presidential Leadership Academy, Penn State Honors College (2013)
Penn State School of International Affairs Colloquium (2013)
CarbonEarth, Penn State (2013)
Penn State GEMS Board (2013)
League of Women Voters Workshop, State College (2013)
Penn State Geoclub (2013)
Penn State Office for Research Protections Scholarship and Research Ethics (2013)
Penn State Research Unplugged (2013)
Infinity Charter School, visiting Penn State (2013)
Foxdale Retirement Village, State College (2013)
Penn State CHANCE (2013)
Discovery Space Summer Science Youth Camp, State College (2013)
Penn State STEM Open House (2013)
Penn State Alumni and Friends (2013)
Penn State at National Geographic (2013)
University Women's Book Club, State College (2013)
Penn State Department of Anthropology Colloquium (2013)
Discovery-U Penn State (2013)
DOE EISP visit of energy professionals to Penn State (2013)
Wesley Center, State College (2013)
PSU 17th Annual Env. Chemistry and Microbiology Student Symposium (2014)
PSU Applied Research Laboratory Materials and Manufacturing Advisory Board (2014)
PSU Dutton e-Education Institute (2014)
PSU Earth and Environmental Systems Institute (2014)
PSU Engineers for a Sustainable World (2014)
PSU Environmental Resource Management (2014)
PSU Grand Destiny Closing Event (2014)
PSU Information Sciences and Technology Graduate Seminar (2014)
PSU Media Commons Brown bag on use of video in classes (2014)
PSU MOOCs by Design 360 Webinar (2; 2014)
PSU School Intl. Affairs (2014)
PSU Worthington 4th Annual Regional Undergraduate Research Symposium (2014)
PSU University Health Service (2014)
PSU Schreyer Honors College SHOTIME Distinguished Faculty Lecture (2014)
St. Paul's United Methodist Church, State College (2014)
State Theater Science Pub (2014)
State College Area School District High School Fred Talks (2014)
Climate Solutions meeting, Patton Township (PA) (2015)
Grace Prep High School (2015)
Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Agricultural Sciences (2015)
PSU, AAAS communications workshop for child development researchers (2015)
PSU Biogeochemistry Discussion Group (2015)
PSU CHANCE and Jiangnan Universities (2015)
PSU College of Earth and Mineral Sciences EMEX (2015)
PSU College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Freshman Seminar (2015)
PSU College of Earth and Mineral Sciences GEMS Board (2015)
PSU Math 033 (2; 2015)
PSU Meteorology Banquet (2015)
PSU Polar Science: A Teacher's Guide to Climate Science (2015)
PSU Private Forest Landowners Conf., Center for Private Forests Keynote (2015)
PSU Recreation, Parks and Tourism Management (2015)
PSU REU gathering (2015)
PSU School of International Affairs (2015)
PSU Spend-a-Summer-Day Guidance Counselors Program Keynote (2015)
PSU State of State (2015)
PSU Sustaining Penn State (2015)
St. Paul's United Methodist Church (2015)
State College Young Professionals (2015)
USDA Northeast Climate Hub meeting at Penn State (2015)
The Village at Penn State (2015)
Delta Program, State College Area School District (2016)
Infinity Charter School visit to PSU (2016)
Wesley Center, State College (2016)
PSIEE Discussion (2016)
PSU School of International Affairs (2016)
PSU Millennium Café (2016)
PSU For the Glory (2016)
PSU Climate Change Ethics Class (2016)
PSU Sustainability Workshop for Teachers Lesson Planet (2016)
PSU EMS CAUSE (2016)
PSU Math 033 (2016)
PSU Fourth Quadrennial Frank Whitmore Lecture on Chemistry Education and Public Policy (2016)
PSU ADAPT Symposium on Advanced Assimilation (2016)
PSU Green Teams (2016)
PSU Weather Camp (2; 2016)
Governor's School for the Agricultural Sciences (2016)
PSU Science-U Science Leadership Camp (2016)
PSU Schreyer Scholars 2020, Schreyer Honors College SHO TIME (2016)
PSU Issues in Geosciences, Geosci 500 (2016)
PSU ERM NZ Field Experience Class (2016)
PSU EMS Freshman Seminar (2; 2016)
PENN STATE COMMITTEES
Member, Faculty Senate Committee on review of General Education course proposals, 1999-2001.
Chair, Global Change Theme Committee of University Environmental Consortium, 2000-2001.
Member, University Colloquy III Planning Committee, 1995-1996.
Member, University Committee to select recipients of Faculty Scholar Medal in Science, 2001.
Member, Faculty Senate Subcommittee on Active Learning in General Education courses, 2000-2001.
Member, University Search Committee to select new Dean of College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, 2001-2002.
Chair, University Committee on Faculty Scholar Medal in Physical Sciences, 2002-2003.
Member, University Committee on Honorary Degrees, 2001-2002.
Member, University Committee on selection of Evan Pugh Professors, 2003-2004.
Member, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Strategic Planning Committee, 1995-1997.
Member, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Faculty Advisory Committee, 1997-1999
Member, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Associate Dean for Resident Instruction Search Committee, 1993.
Member, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Committee to evaluate nominations for Distinguished Professor, 2002.
Member, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2004-2005.
Chair, Committee for Facilitating Interdisciplinary Degrees within the Earth System Science Center, 1993.
Member, Earth System Science Center Report Series Committee, 1992-1995.
Member, Judging Committee, Dept. Geosciences Student Colloquium, 1992-1996, and various times thereafter.
Coordinator, Department of Geosciences Earth Systems Group, including design of departmental brochure, 1991.
Chair, Surficial Processes Curricular Group, 1995-1996.
Chair, Physical Processes at the Earth's Surface Curricular Group, 1997-2001.
Member, organizing committee, Hydrosciences Brown-Bag Seminar, 1990.
Member, Department of Geosciences Undergraduate Program Committee, 1991-1997.
Member, Department of Geosciences Executive Committee, 1991-1997. Member, Department of Geosciences
Geophysics Search Committee, 1992.
Chair, Department of Geosciences Geochemical Record of Climate Change Search Committee, 1994
Member, Department of Geosciences Admissions Committee, 1994-1996.
Member, Department of Geosciences Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1994-2002.
Chair, Promotion and Tenure Committee, Department of Geosciences, 2004-2005.
Chair, Department of Geosciences Geomorphology and Surficial Chemistry Search Committee, 1996.
Member, Department of Geosciences/Earth System Science Center Climate Modeling Search Committee, 1996-1997.
Chair, Department of Geosciences Advisory Search Committee for Departmental Head, 1997.
Department of Geosciences Candidacy Rover, 1997-98.
Member, Department of Geosciences Hydrosciences Search Committee, 1997-1998.
Member, Department of Geosciences Geodynamics Search Committee, 1999-2000
Chair, Department of Geosciences Hydrogeology Search Committee, 1999-2000.
Chair, Department of Geosciences Ice and Climate Search Committee, 2000-2001.
Member, Department of Geosciences Graduate Program Committee, 2000-2004.
Member, Department of Geosciences Seismology Search Committee, 2000-2001.
Member, Department of Geosciences ad hoc committee on teaching evaluation, 2001.
Member, Department of Geosciences committee on alternative funding, 2002.
Member, Department of Geosciences Head Search Committee, 2002.
Member, Department of Geosciences Awards Committee.
Member, search committee, Meteorology Department, Climate change modeling, 2003-2004.
Chair, Evan Pugh Professorship selection committee, 2006.
Member, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Dean Search Committee, 2006-2007.
Member, Earth and Environmental Sciences Institute Planning Committee, 2006.
Member, ad hoc committee on revision of Earth major, Geosciences, 2007.
Member, EESI Steering committee, 2007-2011.
Member, College of EMS ad hoc committee on Angel alternatives, 2008.
Member, University Committee on Honorary Degrees, 2009-2010.
Chair, Committee on Selection of Evan Pugh Professors, 2015-2016.
Member, College of EMS Faculty Advisory Committee, 2014-2016.
Member, ad hoc committee on a STEM museum for Penn State, 2015-2016.
Member, Department of Geosciences Hydrogeology Search Committee, 2013-2014.
Advisor, Penn State CHANCE, 2008-2016.
Co-Director (with Director S. Anandakrishnan), PSICE (Penn State Ice and Climate Exploration), 2008-2016.
Member, Search Committee, Penn State Sustainability Institute, 2016.
ADVISEES
Graduate Students
Anna Maria Agustsdottir, Ph.D. (1999).
Nathan Amador, Ph.D. (Geography, 2015, co-advisor with A. Carleton)
Patrick Applegate, Ph.D. (2009).
Peter Burkett, M.Sc. (2000; advisor of record; most advising by S. Anandakrishnan).
Hans Chen, Ph.D. (Meteo, in progress; co-advisor with F. Zhang).
Knut Christianson, Ph.D. (2013, co-advisor with S. Anandakrishnan).
Sarah B. Das, Ph.D. (2003).
Emily Doyle, Ph.D. (in progress; co-advisor with T. Sowers).
Todd K. Dupont, Ph.D. (2003).
John Fegyveresi, Ph.D. (2015), M.Sc. (2010).
Nicholas Holschuh, Ph.D. (2016; co-advisor with S. Anandakrishnan).
Mark P. Fischer, Ph.D. (1994; co-advisor with T. Engelder).
Greg Jablunovsky, M.Sc. (1992).
Wanda R. Kapsner, M.Sc. (1994).
John Mischler, M.Sc. (2009; co-advisor with T. Sowers).
Byron R. Parizek, Ph.D. (2003); M.Sc. (2000).
David B. Reusch, Ph.D. (2003).
Kiya Riverman, Ph.D. (in progress; co-advisor with S. Anandakrishnan).
Emily Schwans, M.Sc. (in progress; co-advisor with B. Parizek).
Matthew K. Spencer, Ph.D. (2005); M.Sc. (1999).
Nathan Stevens, M.Sc. (2015; co-advisor with B. Parizek).
David Vacco, Ph.D. (2009).
Host for Anne LeBrocq, University of Bristol, visiting Ph.D. student through World Universities Network, 2004.
Post-Doctoral Scholars
Sridhar Anandakrishnan
Peter Fawcett
Brent Goehring
Atsu Muto (with S. Anandakrishnan)
Christopher Shuman
Ryan Walker (with S. Anandakrishnan)
(In addition, several of the PhD students stayed for at least a little while in a postdoctoral capacity.)
Undergraduate Theses/Projects
Jared Anthony (2003)
Michael Askey (1999)
Robert Austin (1996) Jason Baker (1999)
Maria Buckholz (1996)
Anna Clough (visiting student from Leeds, 2000, published)
Samuel Collitt (2016)
Tim Creyts (Honors Senior Thesis, some published, 1996)
Kurt Cuffey (1991) (published)
Philip Dennison (Honors Senior Thesis)
Katie Detwiler (2005)
Janine Fisler (Honors Thesis, 2005; helped with advising)
Keith Gibbs (1992)
Robert Green (1996)
Jodi Hanauer (1999)
Kat Hinkel (2007)
Laura Honis (1991)
Nehe Kyungho Jeon (2010)
Joslin Kwan (1998)
Todd Johnston (Honors Thesis, 2000)
Michael Magnotta (2001)
Linda Mark (1995)
Matt Meckey (2007)
Brock O'Hara (1996)
Michael Osterhout (2001)
Marcus Ross (2001)
Jared Rutt (2001)
Patrick Shepherd (2015)
Glenn Spinelli (1996) (published)
Nate Stevens (2010-11)
Kaitlin Walsh (2008-09)
Seth Warburton (Meteo, independent study, 2004)
A. Weaver (1990)
Shep Winckler (1994)
William Wood-Jenkins (2001)
Greg Woods (1994) (published)
Dawson Wright (2002)
Sara Yerger (2007)
COURSES TAUGHT
(Resident Instruction, Penn State)
Spring, 1989, Geosc 340, Geomorphology, prepared course, revised some labs.
Fall, 1989, Geosc 111, Introduction to Geosc I, prepared course.
Spring, 1990, two sections of Geosc 20, Planet Earth, prepared course.
Fall, 1990, Geosc 497&597, Ice and Climate, designed course.
Spring, 1991, two sections of Geosc 20, Planet Earth, led rewriting of textbook,
Fall, 1991, Geosc 597, Quaternary Paleoclimatology, designed course.
Spring, 1992, two sections of Geosc 20, Planet Earth, led enhanced TA evaluation.
Fall, 1992, Geosc 497, Ice and Climate.
Spring, 1993, two sections of Geosc 20, Planet Earth.
Fall, 1993, Geosc 497, Quaternary Paleoclimatology.
Spring, 1994, Geosc. 497, Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences (with R. Slingerland and J. Kasting), helped design
course.
Spring, 1994, two sections of Geosc 20, Planet Earth.
Fall, 1994, Geosc 497, Ice and Climate.
Spring, 1995, two sections of Geosc 20, Planet Earth.
Fall, 1995, Geosc 497, Quaternary Paleoclimatology.
Spring, 1996, Geosc 340, Geomorphology.
Fall, 1996, Geosc 497, Ice and Climate.
Fall, 1996, Geosc 10, Geology of National Parks, designed course and wrote text.
Spring, 1997, Geosc 340, Geomorphology.
Spring, 1997, Geosc 597, Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences (with J. Kasting)
Fall, 1997, two sections of Geosc 10, Geology of National Parks.
Fall, 1997, Geosc 590, Graduate Seminar/Colloquium, led weekly discussion-class.
Spring, 1998, Geosc 340, Geomorphology (with D. Burbank).
Spring, 1998, Geosc 10, Geology of the National Parks.
Fall, 1998, two sections of Geosc 10, Geology of the National Parks.
Spring, 1999, Geosc 597, Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences (with J. Kasting)
Fall, 1999, two sections of Geosc 10, Geology of the National Parks, revised text.
Fall, 1999, Geosc 548, Advanced Surface Processes (with D. Burbank and B. Voight).
Spring, 2000, Geosc 10, Geology of the National Parks.
Spring, 2000, Geosc 597, Glaciology Seminar.
Fall, 2000, Geosc 203, Physical Processes in Geosciences, course and lab redesign.
Spring, 2001, Geosc 10, Geology of the National Parks.
Spring 2001, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change, designed course.
Spring, 2001, Geosc 548, Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences (with J. Kasting)
Fall, 2001, Geosc 340, Geomorphology.
Fall, 2001, Geosc 597, Climate Change Seminar.
Spring, 2002, Geosciences 10, Geology of the National Parks.
Spring, 2002, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change.
Fall, 2002, two sections of Geosc 10, Geology of the National Parks.
Fall, 2002, Geosc 340, Geomorphology.
Spring, 2003, Geosc 561, Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences (with J. Kasting)
Spring, 2003, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change (with L. Greer and R.K. Campen)
Fall, 2003, two sections of Geosc 10, Geology of the National Parks.
Fall, 2003, Geosc 597, Ice and Climate (with S. Anandakrishnan and D. Pollard)
Spring, 2004, EM SC 470W, CAUSE: National Parks Geology (with E. Spielvogel and S. Anandakrishnan)
Fall, 2004, EM SC 470W, CAUSE: National Parks Geology (with E. Spielvogel and S. Anandakrishnan)
Spring, 2004, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change
Fall, 2004, two sections of Geosc 10, Geology of the National Parks.
Fall, 2004, Geosciences 561 (with J. Kasting), Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences
Spring, 2005, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change
Spring, 2005, Geosc 561, Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences (with J. Kasting)
Fall, 2005, two sections of Geosc 10, Geology of the National Parks, extensive revision and preparation of online
materials.
Spring, 2006, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change.
Fall, 2006, two sections of Geosc 10, Geology of the National Parks, and extensive efforts to prepare fully online
version to complement blended version.
Spring, 2007, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change
Spring, 2007, Geosc 561 (with J. Kasting), Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences
Spring, 2007, Geosc 497A (with S. Anandakrishnan), Ice and Climate (web course to Penn State, Ohio State, U of
Kansas, and University of Illinois Chicago
Fall, 2007, Geosc 10 (two blended sections with in-class meetings, plus online sections, total of almost 1000 students).
Spring, 2007, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change.
Fall, 2008, Geosc 10 (two blended sections with in-class meetings, plus online sections, total of almost 1000 students).
Fall, 2008, Geosc 497 (with S. Anandakrishnan), Ice and Climate.
Spring, 2009, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change.
Spring, 2009, Geosc 561 (with J. Kasting), Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences.
Fall, 2010, Geosc 10 (one blended section, additional online sections, total of almost 800 students)
Fall, 2010, Geosc 597 (with S. Anandakrishnan), Ice and Climate.
Spring, 2011, Geosc 561 (with J. Kasting), Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences.
Spring, 2011, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change.
Fall, 2011, Geosc 597, Physics of Ice Cores
Fall, 2011, Geosc 10 (~1100 students)
Spring, 2012, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change
Spring, 2012, Geosc 10 (~1100 students)
Fall, 2012, Geosc10 (~1100 students)
Fall, 2012, Geosc 597, Ice and Climate
Spring, 2013, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change
Spring, 2013, Geosc 561 (with J. Kasting), Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences
Fall, 2013, Geosc10 (~1100 students)
Fall, 2013, EmSc 100S (first-year seminar)
Spring, 2014, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change
Spring, 2014, Energy, Environment, and Our Future, Penn State Coursera MOOC (~45,000 students)
Fall, 2014, Geosc10 (~1100 students)
Spring, 2015, Geosc 561 (with J. Kasting), Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences
Spring, 2015, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change
Fall, 2015, Geosc10 (~1100 students)
Spring, 2016, Geosc 561 (with J. Kasting), Mathematical Modeling in Geosciences
Spring, 2016, Geosc 320, Geology of Climate Change
Fall, 2016, Geosc10 (~1100 students)
Fall, 2016, Geosc 597 (with S. Anandakrishnan), Ice and Climate.
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12-03-2017 16:17
Wake
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Ceist wrote:


You must have lots of fun cutting and pasting things you don't understand.
12-03-2017 21:40
litesong
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"old sick silly sleepy sleezy slimy steenkin' filthy vile reprobate rooting (& rotting) racist pukey proud pig AGW denier liar whiner wake-me-up" woofs: ...things you don't understand.


You understand how to be an old sick silly sleepy sleezy slimy steenkin' filthy vile reprobate rooting (& rotting) racist pukey proud pig AGW denier liar whiner.
12-03-2017 22:20
Wake
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Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:


You must have lots of fun cutting and pasting things you don't understand.


We're NOT interested in geologists agreeing on climate change. Got that? Also we're not interested in medical doctors as NOAA is using to increase their "consensus".

I asked YOU what your credentials are and so far you have refused to answer. I can ONLY assume that you have none. And so nothing you wish to say has a lot of meaning because YOU don't even know what you're talking about.

I am not saying this as an insult. I'm trying to get through to you that cutting and pasting things that YOU don't understand bears little weight. All this adds up to is that YOU are a sheep and simply follow a political trend.

While returning from a bicycle ride today I saw a billboard add for "environmentaljustice.org". This is a group of lawyers who are looking for large scale law suits against large companies. Since they need plaintiffs they are hoping that someone get's dollar signs on their eyes or is angry enough to make false claims against some business for firing them.

This is nothing less than what you're doing. You want to argue about AGW despite there not being ONE single proof behind it. It is a hypothesis from the 19th century that became "fact" with NO intermediate stages. All of it is founded on computer modeling that have NEVER been correct and never will be.
13-03-2017 08:11
Ceist
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Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:


You must have lots of fun cutting and pasting things you don't understand.


You parroted crap claims from a junkscience conspiracy blog and didn't bother to read the referenced papers which contradicted the claims. I posted the relevant quotes from the papers to show you your junk 'sources' are lying, and to point out that you are a blithering idiot for repeating crap claims you obviously don't even understand and that you didn't bother to check.
Edited on 13-03-2017 08:30
13-03-2017 08:16
Ceist
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Wake wrote:
Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:


You must have lots of fun cutting and pasting things you don't understand.


We're NOT interested in geologists agreeing on climate change. Got that? Also we're not interested in medical doctors as NOAA is using to increase their "consensus".

I asked YOU what your credentials are and so far you have refused to answer. I can ONLY assume that you have none. And so nothing you wish to say has a lot of meaning because YOU don't even know what you're talking about.

I am not saying this as an insult. I'm trying to get through to you that cutting and pasting things that YOU don't understand bears little weight. All this adds up to is that YOU are a sheep and simply follow a political trend.

While returning from a bicycle ride today I saw a billboard add for "environmentaljustice.org". This is a group of lawyers who are looking for large scale law suits against large companies. Since they need plaintiffs they are hoping that someone get's dollar signs on their eyes or is angry enough to make false claims against some business for firing them.

This is nothing less than what you're doing. You want to argue about AGW despite there not being ONE single proof behind it. It is a hypothesis from the 19th century that became "fact" with NO intermediate stages. All of it is founded on computer modeling that have NEVER been correct and never will be.


No-one is interested in your mindless parroting of the scientifically illiterate junkscience conspiracy opinions of blog owners who have zero relevant scientific background and who clearly and provably lie about published research papers.

You yourself obviously have no scientific background, are obviously scientifically illiterate, and have zero credibility or integrity. You are not interested in science or facts.

But keep going. You make yourself look more and more stupid with every post.
Edited on 13-03-2017 08:31
13-03-2017 15:36
Wake
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Ceist wrote:
Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:


You must have lots of fun cutting and pasting things you don't understand.


You parroted crap claims from a junkscience conspiracy blog and didn't bother to read the referenced papers which contradicted the claims. I posted the relevant quotes from the papers to show you your junk 'sources' are lying, and to point out that you are a blithering idiot for repeating crap claims you obviously don't even understand and that you didn't bother to check.


What you do is cut and paste things that you don't understand and what some idiot tells you contradicts what someone else is saying. If you understood ANY of this science you could have explained it in your own words. But you couldn't because you don't understand it. I don't seem to be getting through to you simply because your position is based upon a political stance and that only.

And you haven't told me: IF we did have man-made global warming what would YOU personally be willing to do? Would you be willing to give up your car? Would you be willing to lose your job since a lot of industry would be closed down? Would you be willing to have no lights or heat in the winter or at night? Would you be willing to see half of India die and an eighth of China? Would you be willing to see Japan living a life of ease because they know this is all a pile of crap?

Tell us WHAT YOU are willing to do. Don't tell me about your political position.
13-03-2017 15:55
Wake
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Ceist wrote:
Wake wrote:
Wake wrote:
[quote]Ceist wrote:


You must have lots of fun cutting and pasting things you don't understand.

No-one is interested in your mindless parroting of the scientifically illiterate junkscience conspiracy opinions of blog owners who have zero relevant scientific background and who clearly and provably lie about published research papers.

You yourself obviously have no scientific background, are obviously scientifically illiterate, and have zero credibility or integrity. You are not interested in science or facts.

But keep going. You make yourself look more and more stupid with every post.


Whether you choose to believe me or not, I have worked for the most advanced research laboratories in the world - the Lawrence Livermore and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories. I have developed the automation for the polymerase chain reaction chemical analysis used to detect HIV in the blood banking system and then a 32 axis robotic handling system to do DNA analysis. The head of that project won a Nobel Prize. I worked closely with another man who won an Emmy a couple of years ago for lifetime achievement in the field of Audio and acoustics. I an still his digital designer and programmer to go to when he needs any help.

I worked to increase the power of the Berkeley particle accelerator. I programmed the poison gas detector for the military at Sandia National Laboratories. I worked on the first practical heart/lung machine. I designed or programmed components for liquid and gas spectroscopy. I worked in virtually every field of science that uses any electronic instrumentation. I EVEN worked on the first supercomputer that was the basis of the Berkeley base leg of the Internet you're using right now.

And YOU have done nothing. That is except tell me that I don't know what I'm doing because I DARE to tell you that you don't understand the stuff you're cutting and pasteing because it seems like quantity will overwhelm quality.

I suggest that your political stance has lost. Every day more and more scientists are speaking up from that 99% that said that there was insufficient evidence to say anything about AGW. More and more of them are deciding that the bold faced BS coming from a tiny percentage of scientists is nothing more than a fart in the wind.

Despite your claims you have neither proof nor quantity. It has been a lie from the start. At least those in the first wave KNEW they were lying. After that they were merely writing papers that were being misused.
13-03-2017 21:40
Ceist
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Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
Wake wrote:
Wake wrote:
[quote]Ceist wrote:


You must have lots of fun cutting and pasting things you don't understand.

No-one is interested in your mindless parroting of the scientifically illiterate junkscience conspiracy opinions of blog owners who have zero relevant scientific background and who clearly and provably lie about published research papers.

You yourself obviously have no scientific background, are obviously scientifically illiterate, and have zero credibility or integrity. You are not interested in science or facts.

But keep going. You make yourself look more and more stupid with every post.


Whether you choose to believe me or not, I have worked for the most advanced research laboratories in the world - the Lawrence Livermore and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories. I have developed the automation for the polymerase chain reaction chemical analysis used to detect HIV in the blood banking system and then a 32 axis robotic handling system to do DNA analysis. The head of that project won a Nobel Prize. I worked closely with another man who won an Emmy a couple of years ago for lifetime achievement in the field of Audio and acoustics. I an still his digital designer and programmer to go to when he needs any help.

I worked to increase the power of the Berkeley particle accelerator. I programmed the poison gas detector for the military at Sandia National Laboratories. I worked on the first practical heart/lung machine. I designed or programmed components for liquid and gas spectroscopy. I worked in virtually every field of science that uses any electronic instrumentation. I EVEN worked on the first supercomputer that was the basis of the Berkeley base leg of the Internet you're using right now.

And YOU have done nothing. That is except tell me that I don't know what I'm doing because I DARE to tell you that you don't understand the stuff you're cutting and pasteing because it seems like quantity will overwhelm quality.

I suggest that your political stance has lost. Every day more and more scientists are speaking up from that 99% that said that there was insufficient evidence to say anything about AGW. More and more of them are deciding that the bold faced BS coming from a tiny percentage of scientists is nothing more than a fart in the wind.

Despite your claims you have neither proof nor quantity. It has been a lie from the start. At least those in the first wave KNEW they were lying. After that they were merely writing papers that were being misused.


LOL! Well thanks for admitting you have zero background in earth sciences or any relevant fields. What did you think you were you trying to prove with your little self-obsessed and rather unimpressive rant?

WHY are you parroting junkscience conspiracy blogs? You obviously have zero familiarity with all the published literature.

You repeat ridiculous junkscience claims like "CO2 lags temperature by 800 years". I provided you with the Caillon et al 2003 paper where that science denier myth came from and showed you your junkscience blogs were misrepresenting the paper and lying about what it actually said. You didn't even read it did you? Because you don't WANT to know the facts.

I noticed in another thread, you even reject the 'greenhouse' effect? LOL! That's like saying you believe the earth is flat or that germs don't cause disease.

What a delusional blithering idiot you are. You've found the perfect place for your scientifically illiterate/ideologically motivated conspiracy rants. A tiny obscure forum with a handful of other posters as delusional as you are. A few sane rational people occasionally drop by here to stir up you and the other crazies every now and then leave.

Have fun
14-03-2017 00:03
Wake
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Ceist wrote:
LOL! Well thanks for admitting you have zero background in earth sciences or any relevant fields. What did you think you were you trying to prove with your little self-obsessed and rather unimpressive rant?

WHY are you parroting junkscience conspiracy blogs? You obviously have zero familiarity with all the published literature.

You repeat ridiculous junkscience claims like "CO2 lags temperature by 800 years". I provided you with the Caillon et al 2003 paper where that science denier myth came from and showed you your junkscience blogs were misrepresenting the paper and lying about what it actually said. You didn't even read it did you? Because you don't WANT to know the facts.

I noticed in another thread, you even reject the 'greenhouse' effect? LOL! That's like saying you believe the earth is flat or that germs don't cause disease.

What a delusional blithering idiot you are. You've found the perfect place for your scientifically illiterate/ideologically motivated conspiracy rants. A tiny obscure forum with a handful of other posters as delusional as you are. A few sane rational people occasionally drop by here to stir up you and the other crazies every now and then leave.

Have fun


That you would write something like that says a great deal about your own abilities. This is rather descriptive of why you would cut and paste references that you cannot yourself understand.

If your "Have fun" meant that you were leaving I can see why you would.
14-03-2017 13:04
Ceist
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Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
LOL! Well thanks for admitting you have zero background in earth sciences or any relevant fields. What did you think you were you trying to prove with your little self-obsessed and rather unimpressive rant?

WHY are you parroting junkscience conspiracy blogs? You obviously have zero familiarity with all the published literature.

You repeat ridiculous junkscience claims like "CO2 lags temperature by 800 years". I provided you with the Caillon et al 2003 paper where that science denier myth came from and showed you your junkscience blogs were misrepresenting the paper and lying about what it actually said. You didn't even read it did you? Because you don't WANT to know the facts.

I noticed in another thread, you even reject the 'greenhouse' effect? LOL! That's like saying you believe the earth is flat or that germs don't cause disease.

What a delusional blithering idiot you are. You've found the perfect place for your scientifically illiterate/ideologically motivated conspiracy rants. A tiny obscure forum with a handful of other posters as delusional as you are. A few sane rational people occasionally drop by here to stir up you and the other crazies every now and then leave.

Have fun


That you would write something like that says a great deal about your own abilities. This is rather descriptive of why you would cut and paste references that you cannot yourself understand.


Oh dopey comatose one. It's called quoting directly from published papers to show you how the junkscience blogs run by non-scientists that you mindlessly parrot, have misrepresented a paper.

That you can't even admit you haven't even read the papers they 'referenced', and that your blog 'sources' were wrong, says a great deal about your delusional state of denial of science.

BTW, You don't even have online access to Journals do you?
Edited on 14-03-2017 14:00
14-03-2017 13:11
Ceist
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Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
LOL! Well thanks for admitting you have zero background in earth sciences or any relevant fields. What did you think you were you trying to prove with your little self-obsessed and rather unimpressive rant?

WHY are you parroting junkscience conspiracy blogs? You obviously have zero familiarity with all the published literature.

You repeat ridiculous junkscience claims like "CO2 lags temperature by 800 years". I provided you with the Caillon et al 2003 paper where that science denier myth came from and showed you your junkscience blogs were misrepresenting the paper and lying about what it actually said. You didn't even read it did you? Because you don't WANT to know the facts.

I noticed in another thread, you even reject the 'greenhouse' effect? LOL! That's like saying you believe the earth is flat or that germs don't cause disease.

What a delusional blithering idiot you are. You've found the perfect place for your scientifically illiterate/ideologically motivated conspiracy rants. A tiny obscure forum with a handful of other posters as delusional as you are. A few sane rational people occasionally drop by here to stir up you and the other crazies every now and then leave.

Have fun


That you would write something like that says a great deal about your own abilities. This is rather descriptive of why you would cut and paste references that you cannot yourself understand.



Oh wait, did you mean where I copied and pasted the the entire academic/professional CV of Professor Richard Alley? Where it lists all his qualifications and awards and his more than 30 years of research in glaciology/ice-cores and hundreds of highly cited published research papers he authored (many of which I have read, you obviously haven't.) The expert whose published work you automatically reject out of hand, in favour of gullibly and un-sceptically swallowing the rantings of your non-scientist junkscience conspiracy bloggers?
Edited on 14-03-2017 14:05
14-03-2017 17:53
Into the Night
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Ceist wrote:
Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
LOL! Well thanks for admitting you have zero background in earth sciences or any relevant fields. What did you think you were you trying to prove with your little self-obsessed and rather unimpressive rant?

WHY are you parroting junkscience conspiracy blogs? You obviously have zero familiarity with all the published literature.

You repeat ridiculous junkscience claims like "CO2 lags temperature by 800 years". I provided you with the Caillon et al 2003 paper where that science denier myth came from and showed you your junkscience blogs were misrepresenting the paper and lying about what it actually said. You didn't even read it did you? Because you don't WANT to know the facts.

I noticed in another thread, you even reject the 'greenhouse' effect? LOL! That's like saying you believe the earth is flat or that germs don't cause disease.

What a delusional blithering idiot you are. You've found the perfect place for your scientifically illiterate/ideologically motivated conspiracy rants. A tiny obscure forum with a handful of other posters as delusional as you are. A few sane rational people occasionally drop by here to stir up you and the other crazies every now and then leave.

Have fun


That you would write something like that says a great deal about your own abilities. This is rather descriptive of why you would cut and paste references that you cannot yourself understand.


Oh dopey comatose one. It's called quoting directly from published papers to show you how the junkscience blogs run by non-scientists that you mindlessly parrot, have misrepresented a paper.

That you can't even admit you haven't even read the papers they 'referenced', and that your blog 'sources' were wrong, says a great deal about your delusional state of denial of science.

BTW, You don't even have online access to Journals do you?


Hey Ceist...did you know any idiot can write a paper?


The Parrot Killer
14-03-2017 20:18
litesong
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"old sick silly sleepy sleezy slimy steenkin' filthy vile reprobate rooting (& rotting) racist pukey proud pig AGW denier liar whiner badnight" bluffed:.... any idiot can write a paper?

But it takes great intellect to have no science chemistry astronomy physics algebra & pre-calc in unearned hi skule DEE-plooomaas AND start an anti-AGW denier liar whiner blog, copying heartland (heartless) & wuwt PR propaganda puff pieces.
Edited on 14-03-2017 20:19
14-03-2017 21:27
Ceist
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Into the Night wrote:
Ceist wrote:
Wake wrote:
Ceist wrote:
LOL! Well thanks for admitting you have zero background in earth sciences or any relevant fields. What did you think you were you trying to prove with your little self-obsessed and rather unimpressive rant?

WHY are you parroting junkscience conspiracy blogs? You obviously have zero familiarity with all the published literature.

You repeat ridiculous junkscience claims like "CO2 lags temperature by 800 years". I provided you with the Caillon et al 2003 paper where that science denier myth came from and showed you your junkscience blogs were misrepresenting the paper and lying about what it actually said. You didn't even read it did you? Because you don't WANT to know the facts.

I noticed in another thread, you even reject the 'greenhouse' effect? LOL! That's like saying you believe the earth is flat or that germs don't cause disease.

What a delusional blithering idiot you are. You've found the perfect place for your scientifically illiterate/ideologically motivated conspiracy rants. A tiny obscure forum with a handful of other posters as delusional as you are. A few sane rational people occasionally drop by here to stir up you and the other crazies every now and then leave.

Have fun


That you would write something like that says a great deal about your own abilities. This is rather descriptive of why you would cut and paste references that you cannot yourself understand.


Oh dopey comatose one. It's called quoting directly from published papers to show you how the junkscience blogs run by non-scientists that you mindlessly parrot, have misrepresented a paper.

That you can't even admit you haven't even read the papers they 'referenced', and that your blog 'sources' were wrong, says a great deal about your delusional state of denial of science.

BTW, You don't even have online access to Journals do you?


Hey Ceist...did you know any idiot can write a paper?


Try getting your idiotic forum rantings published in a reputable science Journal and see how far you get.
14-03-2017 22:06
Into the Night
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Ceist wrote:
Try getting your idiotic forum rantings published in a reputable science Journal and see how far you get.


Is there a reputable science journal?

BTW, science is a science journal either. No journal, magazine, political group, government agency, university, peer group, scientist or any group of scientists, owns science.

Science isn't even people at all. It is just the falsifiable theories themselves.

How a scientist chooses to publish a theory is strictly a personal choice. It doesn't have to be a journal, not even a 'reputable' one.


The Parrot Killer
14-03-2017 22:08
Into the Night
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litesong wrote:
"old sick silly sleepy sleezy slimy steenkin' filthy vile reprobate rooting (& rotting) racist pukey proud pig AGW denier liar whiner badnight" bluffed:.... any idiot can write a paper?

But it takes great intellect to have no science chemistry astronomy physics algebra & pre-calc in unearned hi skule DEE-plooomaas AND start an anti-AGW denier liar whiner blog, copying heartland (heartless) & wuwt PR propaganda puff pieces.


Step away from the pot, Litebeer. You're overdosing again.


The Parrot Killer
15-03-2017 02:00
litesong
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"old sick silly sleepy sleezy slimy steenkin' filthy vile reprobate rooting (& rotting) racist pukey proud pig AGW denier liar whiner badnight" bluffed: Step away from the pot, litesong


Years ago, "old sick silly sleepy sleezy slimy steenkin' filthy vile reprobate rooting (& rotting) racist pukey proud pig AGW denier liar whiner badnight" stepped away from science chemistry astronomy physics algebra & pre-calc in an unearned hi skule DEE-ploooomaa.




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