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Re: oil subsidies

Excerpt from one of my recent papers: At present the world subsidizes fossil fuels to the rate of 500 billion dollars per year (Whitely, 2013), or about $15
Thomas Goreau
Jun 27
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2140

Re: oil subsidies

Excerpt from one of my recent papers: At present the world subsidizes fossil fuels to the rate of 500 billion dollars per year (Whitely, 2013), or about $15
Thomas Goreau
Jun 27
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2139

Re: [Coral-List] Climate Change

Absolutely, there is no substitute for continuous data, which seems to be why they are eager to avoid it with selective sampling when it is nice and calm.
Thomas Goreau
Jun 27
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2138

Cliona

Fecal indicators? No shit, Mike! You won’t be banned again from the coral list server for this one unless Hendee can read between the lines! But fortunately
Thomas Goreau
Jun 27
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2137

heat deaths in India and in the US future

I am remiss.  I hadn't heard that India has 2,320 people die of heat last month.  Article says that "A report released by the EPA on Monday predicted that if
Douglas Fenner
Jun 25
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heat waves kills hundreds in Pakistan

Morgues overflow in Pakistan as heatwave toll nears 800 Morgues overflow in Pakistan as heatwave toll nears 800 ... Sounds just like what I was talking about.
Douglas Fenner
Jun 25
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2136

oil subsidies

I read yesterday that the oil companies in the US get $35 billion dollars in subsidies every year.  That's $35 billion dollars of profits they wouldn't get if
Douglas Fenner
Jun 25
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2133

Re: Miami mud killing corals

Dear Tom, It's fun to argue with you sometimes, but it's even more fun to get something useful done. Check out this video: https://youtu.be/wAE61mBiDpA It
Ulf Erlingsson
Jun 23
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2134

Re: Miami mud killing corals

No question, they need continuous monitoring of turbidity and sedimentation, but they don’t want them, so they can just falsify the data by sampling only
Thomas Goreau
Jun 23
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2132

Re: NOAA: May 2015 was warmest May on record for globe; Year-to-dat

No it isn’t, this is just more inspired cherry picking of casual remarks by people, many of whom I know, who have far more complex and nuanced positions. In
Thomas Goreau
Jun 23
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2128

Re: [Coral-List] Climate Change

I was in Miami a couple of weeks ago, where they are killing the corals by dredging and they won’t give anyone who can actually grow corals permits to rescue
Thomas Goreau
Jun 23
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2129

Who remembers the last real hurricane in Miami?

At that time the population was largely “crackers” and “rednecks", poor white farmers from Georgia growing tomatoes, brand, and peppers around Lake
Thomas Goreau
Jun 23
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Re: [Coral-List] Climate Change

... This is a real issue. We developed the SediMeter™ for this purpose, to provide real-time information on siltation so that dredging operations can be
Ulf Erlingsson
Jun 23
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Fwd: Coral-List Digest, Vol 82, Issue 21

How the hell does Hendee let you get away with posting inflammatory stuff like this on the coral-list server? He banned me for life because 1) I was posting
Thomas Goreau
Jun 23
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