…to observe geophysical phenomena and to secure data from all parts of the world; to conduct this effort on a coordinated basis by fields, and in space and time, so that results could be collated[…]
Why is the Sky Dark at Night? You might think that the answer is simple and obvious. The sky appears dark because our side of Earth faces away from the Sun. But then, the universe is[…]
Guy Callendar was an English Engineer. In 1938 he published a paper, titled ‘The Artificial Production of Carbon Dioxide and its Influence on Temperature’ which laid out his earliest thoughts on the role of carbon dioxide in climate change. James Rodger Fleming is a professor at Colby College and a leading historian of atmospheric sciences and weather prediction. He has written a really fascinated book.