Category: Natural Cycles of Climate Change
Climate Change and Social Adaptation: how the past can inform the future

Excerpt from: “Climate Change and Social Adaptation: how the past can inform the future,” (2010). Author: Diane L. Douglas. Article in press, Ename Center, Ghent, Belgium. Based on a presentation given at the “Climates of Heritage Conservation Colloquim, March 2009. http://www.enamecenter.org/en/collo2009 Climate Change Variation in earth’s energy balance occurs over long and short time scales in response to multiple variables […]

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Natural Cycles of Climate Change

Anthropogenic behavior is accentuating natural cycles, but regardless of what we do as humans, natural cycles will occur and therefore we need to adapt – rather than only try to stop climate change. Here are some informational links on Past Climate Change on Earth The Little Ice Age in Europe Medieval Warm Period Holocene Climatic Optimum or Altithermal (Link #1) […]

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