Daily Archives: March 22, 2008

Historical Data on Global Warming

Historical Data on Global Warming provided by U.S. Government Agencies By Dan Pangburn, P.E. I have been researching the global warming issue for months. I am a licensed Mechanical Engineer with an MSc in Mechanical Engineering. The following is a … Continue reading

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The Physical Ocean

Physical oceanography is the study of the physical properties and dynamic processes of the oceans. Physical oceanographers study the interaction of the ocean with the atmosphere, how the ocean stores and releases heat, the physical properties (or chemical content) of … Continue reading

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Earthquake is a shaking of the ground caused by the sudden breaking and shifting of large sections of Earth’s rocky outer shell.  A severe earthquake may release energy 10,000 times as great as that of the first atomic bomb. Rock … Continue reading

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Ocean Topography from Space

Our home, the Earth, experiences some of the most varied and interesting weather in the Solar System. This is because the Earth is actually a water-world, with some 70% of its surface covered by a vast, deep ocean. The world-ocean … Continue reading

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