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  1. Hi Bethan,

    Like the long drop down menu on the left hand margin – does help to find things quicker. After a quick look new layout looks good. Keep up the good work.

    Just wanted to ask something about your Sea Level rise section. Have you got a metre height designation missing after 0.2 to o.63 in the thermal expansion section?

    Components of sea level rise
    Thermal Expansion

    As the Earth warms, the oceans expand. Numerical computer models indicate that this will result in a sea level change of 0.2 to 0.63 per 1°C of warming. The ocean warms in different places at different rates, but a homogenous warming of 1°C would result in a mean global sea level rise of 0.38 m.

    I still have not signed up for the QRA fieldtrip, as not sure where I am going to be by then. Guess I shall have to make a decision soon.

    Bye for now,

    Corinne

  2. Bethan,

    I have gone on a little online journey recently, and some of the reference points along the way may be of interest to you. The big attraction being a video of a 2nd order live student (Walter Munk) of Raul Amundson describing the need to explore the “Cavern beneath the ice”. The major landmarks along the way included:

    1. Andrew Revkin’s summary remarks ( http://www.tubechop.com/watch/2789970 ) to the rare joint meeting of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences — “Sustainable Humanity, Sustainable Nature, Our Responsibility” closed with words, shared over dinner, from 96 year old Scripps Oceanographer Walter Munk, “This requires a miracle of love and unselfishness.”
    2. Munk’s Wikepedia entry is full of good stuff including that he was a student of Harald Sverdrup, who was the scientific director of the North Polar expedition of Roald Amundsen aboard the Maud from 1918 to 1925.
    3. In 2010 a spry 92 year old Munk received the Crafoord Prize and gave a lecture on Sea Level Rise and advocated for exploring the “Cavern Beneath the Ice.”

    http://www.crafoordprize.se/events/crafoorddays2010.4.5ce3bd8012d79a5929580004998.html

    The best stuff starts at about 39:00. I hope that you watch this portion of the video, and recognize that you are part of the Amundsen/Sverdrup/ Munk chain.

    Thanks For Your Website

    Love,

    Jonathan

  3. Hi Bethan,
    I’ve just popped in to check out your site after a very interesting journey home last night.
    Cheers
    Mark

  4. Hi , I just found this fantastic site. Thank you for your work. I would like to receive information about your activity.
    And your recent progres and discovery about global warming.
    Many tanks
    Luca

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