by Brian Tissot
This is a presentation I give to the public to provide information on the science of global climate change. All material is referenced to their original sources so the veracity of the information can be verified.
Here’s a list of references that are useful for various aspects of climate change included in my presentation.
Science of Climate Change
Good overall source of information:
Skeptical Science (debunks myths about climate change):
Climate Central: a general source of current climate news and science
University Washington Climate Center: PNW and west coast data online
Effects on Marine Ecosystems
Climate Scoreboard: progress on climate change (or not!)
- Lafferty, K. D. & M. D. Behrens. 2005. Temporal variation in the state of rocky reefs: does fishing increase the vulnerability of kelp forests to disturbance? In: Garcelon DK, Schwemm CA (eds) Sixth California Islands Symposium. Institute for Wildlife Studies, Ventura, CA, p 511-520.
Changing shoreline composition:
- Graham, M. H., P. K. Dayton. And M. Erlandson. 2003. Ice ages and ecological transitions on temperate coasts. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 18 (1), 33-40.
Long-term climate changes in the ocean:
- Norris, R. D., S. Kirtland, P.M. Hull and A. Ridgwell. 2013. Marine ecosystem Responses to Cenozoic Global Change. Science 341 (6145): 492-498.
Roemmich, D. and J. McGowan. 1995. Climatic warming and the decline of zooplankton in the California Current. Science. 1995 Mar 3;267(5202):1324-6.
Coral Reef Watch: alerts on global coral bleaching events
Effects of ocean acidification on rockfish:
- Scott Hamilton,Cheryl A. Logan, Hamilton W. Fennie, Susan M. Sogard, James P. Barry, April D. Makukhov, Lauren R. Tobosa, Kirsten Boyer, Christopher F. Lovera, Giacomo Bernardi. 2017. Species-Specific Responses of Juvenile Rockfish to Elevated pCO2: From Behavior to Genomics. PLOS One https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0169670
Politics and Policy
Union of Concerned Scientists:
- Climate Change Fight misinformation
- Smoke, Mirrors and Hot Air: UCS report on ExxonMobil Climate Tactics
- William R. L. Anderegga,, James W. Prall, Jacob Harold, and Stephen H. Schneider. 2009. Expert credibility in climate change. www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1003187107
- Boykoff, M. T. and J. M. Boykoff. 2004. Balance as bias: global warming and the US prestige press. Global Climate Change 14(2004): 125-136.
California Climate Strategy:
Additional Dr. Abalone Blog Posts:
- We Need Action on Climate Change
- Deep Impact: Five Reasons Why Surfers Should Care About Global Warming
- The Surfing Ecologist: A New Synergy for Surfers and Science
- Our Environmental Past Can’t Become Our Future…
- Enemies of the Planet: Earth Day Redux