The replication crisis may also be a theory crisis

The replication crisis may also be a theory crisis http://bit.ly/2DRVgGv From Ars Technica Theory protects from “personal intuitions and culturally biased folk theories.” Cathleen O’Grady – 2/16/2019, 11:00 AM A jumbled jigsaw puzzle, AKA the state of theory in the behavioral sciences. A replication crisis has called into question results from behavioral (and other) sciences. […]

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Influence of solar activity on European rainfall

Influence of solar activity on European rainfall http://bit.ly/2DSB0oy Dr. Sebastian Luening writes to advise us of this. Press Release Institute of Hydrography, Geoecology and Climate Sciences (IFHGK), http://www.ifhgk.org 15th February 2019 Influence of solar activity on European rainfall A balanced level of precipitation provides the basis for a wide range of economic and social activities […]

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Children’s Climate Change Strike Spreads to the USA

Children’s Climate Change Strike Spreads to the USA http://bit.ly/2BFWYe1 Guest essay by Eric Worrall Alexandria Villasenor, 13, hopes braving brutal polar vortex winter conditions by sitting outside UN Headquarters will inspire others in the US and China to join her school strike against global warming. How a 7th-grader’s strike against climate change exploded into a […]

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Progressive State Climate Change Playbooks

Progressive State Climate Change Playbooks http://bit.ly/2Na0bqI From Roger Caiazza On December 12, 2018 the New York State Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA) announced the availability of three “playbooks” produced by the U.S. Climate Alliance, a bipartisan coalition that includes 16 states and Puerto Rico, to address climate change and implement policies that advance the […]

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Effectiveness of water-oriented thinning in two semiarid forests: The redistribution of increased net rainfall into soil water, drainage and runoff

Effectiveness of water-oriented thinning in two semiarid forests: The redistribution of increased net rainfall into soil water, drainage and runoff http://bit.ly/2tnT1WT Publication date: 15 April 2019 Source: Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 438 Author(s): Antonio D. del Campo, María González-Sanchis, Antonio J. Molina, Alberto García-Prats, Carlos J. Ceacero, Inmaculada Bautista Abstract Water is the key […]

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