Last quote by Chris Field
Extreme conditions are the sharp end of the climate stick. It is in the extremes when things break and damage occurs.
Jan 18 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Chris Field is associated, including Paris, WMO, and condition. Most recently, Chris Field has been quoted saying: “The paper elegantly shows why these heavy downpours increase in frequency when the air is moist but decrease when the air is dry. With high warming through the century, this paper projects that most of the U.S. (gets) scary increases in the frequency of downpours.” in the article Warming to trigger 3 times as many downpours in US. An other article where Chris Field has been quoted is UN report: Human footprint 'increasingly visible' in climate.
Quotes by Chris Field
Dec 05 2016
The paper elegantly shows why these heavy downpours increase in frequency when the air is moist but decrease when the air is dry. With high warming through the century, this paper projects that most of the U.S. (gets) scary increases in the frequency of downpours.
Nov 08 2016
The new report from WMO is a clarion call for embracing and going beyond the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Sep 05 2016
This experiment really puts to bed the idea of a greener hypothesis where ecosystems save us from the implications of human-induced climate change.
Sep 05 2016
We were able to use the experimental treatments to produce a 'time machine' allowing us to look at conditions we might encounter in the second half of the 21st century.
Aug 15 2016
The scary thing is that we are moving into an era where it will be a surprise when each new month or year isn't one of the hottest on record.
Mar 31 2014
We live in a world where impacts of climate changes that have already occurred are widespread and consequential. We see impacts from the equators to the poles and from the coast to the mountains. There is no question that we live in a world that is already altered by climate change.
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