The party …

{Turley, C., Blackford, J., Widdicombe, S., Lowe, D., Nightingale, P.D. and A.P. Rees, A.P., 2006: 25. Reviewing the impact of increased atmospheric CO2 on oceanic pH and the marine ecosystem. In: Schellnhuber, H J., Cramer,W., Nakicenovic, N., Wigley, T. and Yohe, G (Eds), Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change, Cambridge University Press, 8, p. 65-70}

… is about to begin

{Turley, C., Blackford, J., Widdicombe, S., Lowe, D., Nightingale, P.D. and A.P. Rees, A.P., (2006), ‘Reviewing the impact of increased atmospheric CO2 on oceanic pH and the marine ecosystem’. In: Schellnhuber, H J., Cramer,W., Nakicenovic, N., Wigley, T. and Yohe, G (Eds), Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change, Cambridge University Press, 8, p. 65-70}

2 Responses to “The party …”

  1. Joanne says:

    Some party. Your beach lecture, with the chemical pathways and feedback loops written out in the sand, is still vividly on my mind. Hits you in the face in a graph like this.

  2. Jelte says:

    “Have no fear for atomic energy, ’cause none of them can stop-ah dah time.” – Bob Marley, Redemption Song

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