The Author has experience in Ice Age Climatology and Geology in the area from the Black Hills, South Dakota to eastern Nebraska with Midland College, the University of Nebraska Department of Geology and Morrill Hall State Museum of Paleontology. He mapped Ice Age deposited soils and landforms including fossil deposits. He performed Arctic Surveys with the US Navy Oceanographic Office ships USNS Dutton and Michelson and the Coast and Geodetic Survey ships Surveyor and Oceanographer. These were the first modern geophysical surveys in the North Sea and offshore Alaska, Washington to California and Hawaii. His particular expertise in modern geophysical surveying and mapping has led to well grounded understanding of coastal and sea floor features of the arctic and Antarctic, using new ice and sediment mapping techniques tied to modern navigation and positioning. His hobby is understanding man's adaptability to climate, early migrations, exploration and appreciation of the Neolithic mind gaining man's survival abilities. Adequate education of the public, including historic climate change information, for planet management seems necessary. The fact that 700 million years ago, earth was locked in ice cover for millions of years should be realized. Then vast volcanic eruptions created a greenhouse gas atmosphere and earth's climate alternated between too hot and too cold for human development. These conditions should be understood and avoided at all costs. For future survival, humans must understand the importance of climate and earth management, and live and act accordingly.This book, the SCAC, shows an amazing research effort. ... Has a fold out solar cell charger that goes on the roof, when parked; a plug in 110 a.c. charger for use when parked and a gas ... Light, small, 2 person, Polaris Ranger RZR. b.
|Title||:||Global Warming and Alternate Energy|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2010-06|