These ice sheet cycles have been repeating for millions of years and therefore any current thinning of the ice beneath the ice shelves cannot simply be attributed to human activity, just because we now have the technology to measure it.
Originally appeared in Jennifer Marohasy.com Coral reefs can be messy, and so […]
I lent my underwater camera (Olympus TG-6) to a dear friend who […]
Reefs are apparently in terminal decline. But how many species should an average inshore reef have? How many corals are there at Pixie Reef, near Cairns?
IPCC is wrong to say temperature changes ‘unprecedented’. They are not unusual in magnitude, direction or rate of change. This counters catastrophism.
The Bureau of Meteorology is one of Australia’s most important national public […]
New IPA resarch has highlighted the importance of the scientific issues behind the dispute that led to Peter Ridd being sacked by James Cook University.
On 10 June 2021, the IPA premiered Dr Jennifer Marohasy’s latest documentary […]
Reef building hard corals in the order Scleractinia are animals that could […]
I wasn’t the one who took that bite out of that green […]