Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Global Warming: A new factor?





There is a new post at EARTH SAVE - Abraham Tharakan's Blog about new findings on global warming by a team of scientists headed by Veerabhadran Ramanathan of Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California. Please access it by clicking on the title.

Also see:
Fire: The man whose house burned down twice

3 comments:

TOM DISOUZA said...

I am a regular reader of your article. And I am very impress with your blog upon Global Warming. Now I am also write a blog upon effects and causes of Global Warming. This blog is collection of news & reviews like the study found that global warming since 1985 has been caused neither by an increase in solar radiation nor by a decrease in the flux of galactic cosmic rays. Some researchers had also suggested that the latter might influence global warming because the rays trigger cloud formation.

Abraham Tharakan said...

Thank you Tom. I had a brief look at your (Tarun Kumar?) Blog. It is good to know that people like you are promoting the cause. Do keep it up.

kurien rocky said...

Global warming is a hot topic nowadays and affects all coastal dwellers,but it seems to reaching a stalemate,rise in sea levels have been blamed on changes in planetary orbits,conjunctions,aside from pollution from the point of view of governments.Groundwater supplies are affected.I tried keeping up to date with a blog called "keeping up with science"but there is a more up to date one at Stanford university with the same name