An image of a seasonal cycle chart.

I was stunned when I looked at NASA’s plot of monthly temperature anomalies showing that not only was July the hottest July ever recorded, it was the hottest month ever recorded, and the most recent (maybe not the last!) in an streak of new monthly records going back 10 months. There is shock value in seeing the whitespace on this graph separating the last ten...

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Graphic of Selected Significant Climate Change Anomalies and Events worldwide.

Extreme drought in many regions of the world is creating an opportunity for many stream hydrographers to record a historic event. A report from Poland shows ‘no end of secrets’ being revealed by rivers as they dry up. July 2015 was the hottest month in recorded history. The Clausius Clapeyron relation tells us that the moisture holding capacity of the atmosphere is non-linear with temperature. Over...

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A photo of the view from Aquatic Informatics office 2013.

Photo: View from the new Aquatic Informatics office at 2400 - 1111 Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C Is the growth of Aquatic Informatics an unintended consequence of climate change? The rapid rate of growth of Aquatic Informatics has resulted in a move from our old Granville Street address to a new, much larger space, on Georgia Street in downtown Vancouver. This move happened at almost the same time...

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