Millions of years ago a series of massive volcanic eruptions in the Wrangellia Province of western Canada, blasted out huge volumes of volcanic basalt.
“The climate of the Arctic is currently changing about twice as fast as the global average. Therefore, the Arctic region provides an important laboratory when we try to understand the effects of climate change on nature.”
Niall Campbell, regional manager for the North West of Scotland at the SAC and Rob Black, his Oban-based colleague, said that the combination of the global pandemic and leaving the EU has prompted people to think differently.
The fires also caused massive plumes of smoke filled debris. One cloud was estimated at 963,269 square miles by NOAA/NASA’s Suomi NPP satellite.
Tomás Pizarro-Escuti, a 4th year degree student in History and International Relations at the University of Aberdeen, has spoken at the United Nations 75 Global Peace Inter-Generational Dialogue for Scotland and has now been invited to contribute to a high-level meeting of the UN General Assembly.
50% of the GDP of The Falklands is linked to trade with the EU through Fisheries and Agriculture.
“It’s well documented that humans are changing Earth’s ecosystems by altering the climate and by removing large predators, but scientists rarely study those processes together.” Douglas Rasher, senior research scientist
“Maybe we will save this world after all.” Halfdan Ambrahamsen, Aeroe, Denmark
‘Islands Collaboration and Planning for the Future’ was the topic for an online presentation and discussion on Wednesday 9th of September.
” Cooling to near-glacial climates was astonishingly rapid, on the order of a few decades at most. “