Re: UPDATE to Request for comments - managing ClimateArchive list
- GlobalWarming and climate-change groups:
I want to try to make my intentions in these posts to your groups clear
that I do not wish to rob members from your groups, but I would like to
see your member stay with your group and add P&C and ClimateArchive to
their yahoo "mygroups" for additional information and occasional
I think keeping all existing groups going strong is important. There
should be strong encouragement by all members of all groups to bring in
new members and share new information, while keeping all groups strong.
I read all the message from all climate groups. I would like to see
multiple (cross) posts of articles that I think are important... posted
to many groups.
I welcome comments and will change my practices if necessary. Right now
I'm just doing what I think is best for all... in posting to multiple
I am not aware whether or not there exists an owner or moderator for the
yahoo group called climate-change.
On Tue, 13 Apr 2004 07:28:18 -0500 P. Neuman self only <npat1@...>
> On C/A,
> Some folder titles are new or different than shown below and on P&C.
> Also, Bookmarks(with brief descriptions and Links to articles) have
> been added to all folders. More additions in the days and weeks
> ahead are likely.
> --------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: P. Neuman self only <npat1@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com
> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 09:17:22 -0500
> Subject: Request for comments - managing ClimateArchive list
> Message-ID: <20040412.093247.-16322601.4.npat1@...>
> I think the U.S. NOAA and National Weather Service (NWS) are failing
> to inform, educate, alert and help prepare the public on
> climate-change / global warming. NWS has over 5000 employees, one or
> more offices in every state, and has direct communications with
> local and national media. NOAA headquarters takes its orders from
> the current Administration. NWS is under NOAA. The facts on global
> warming are not reaching the American people. What can be done
> about this?
> I am working on providing a framework that I think may help people
> to help themselves in understanding and preparing for climate
> change. I manage a group called ClimateArchive(C/A) where I created
> a list of folders containing brief descriptions and hot links to
> articles dealing with Earth's past and present climate. My folders
> and links are currently in the links part of a yahoo discussion
> group called Paleontology_and_Climate (P&C). I intend to move the
> folders and links from P&C to C/A later this week. My current list
> of folders is shown in Table 1. The footer sent with posted e-mail
> messages to subscribers of C/A and P&C is shown below Table 1.
> I would appreciate suggestions that people may have to best
> accomplish my task, which is to inform, educate, alert and help the
> public prepare themselves for climate-change / global warming.
> You are welcome to send comments to me at: npat1@...
> Table 1: Folder names for hot links on climate articles
> FOLDERS (working draft)
> Air Temperatures (historical)
> Air temperatures (1880-current)
> Atmospheric boundary changes
> Continental movements
> Dewpoints, humidity, water vapor
> Droughts and Evaporation
> Effects on Climate, CO2
> Effects on Climate, Other
> Effects on Climate, Solar
> Extinction: K-T
> Extinction: Paleocene Eocene
> Extinctions Permian-Triassic
> Extinctions: General
> Ice: Antarctic
> Ice: Arctic
> Ice: Glaciers, Greenland
> Ice: Snowmelt, seasons, lake ice
> Oceans, El Nino SO, MJO, NAO
> Rain forests, vegetation
> Volcanoes, Earthquakes
> Footer for messages posted to P&C and C/A.
> THE WORLD IS IN CRISIS DUE TO GLOBAL WARMING!
> Hydrologist's recommended links:
> Financial incentives-ConserveNow!
> Thank you for your comments to P&C. [Pat N.]
> Homepages for P&C and C/A:
> Pat Neuman
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