The news about trees invading the arctic circle is rather vibrant today, e.g.
As far back as 1985 or so, I spent time in New Mexico at a SFI summer
school on complex systems; the time there allowed me to visit with
Iben Browning, who had recently (at that time) visited the chief of
the local Navaho Nation. Together, they agreed that the New Mexico
deserts were headed for a revival of the kind that means vegetation
not then native would be returning. (02)
Plotting the northward migration of vegetation seems like a useful
addition to models. (03)
Duane, is your climate ontology going to be made public? I found this:
On Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 10:14 AM, Duane Nickull
> I have been working with a climate group for a while on creating a top level
> domain ontology for climate tracking. While we thought we had everything
> settled, some surprises came up. In particular, we found some new evidence
> that lead us to believe we had missed a major portion of our model for our
> ontology pertaining to new proof global warming was having concrete effects.
> To illustrate the point, consider this evidence:
> Any ideas on how to dynamically adjust the ontology work to compensate for
> stuff like this?
> Duane Nickull
> Technoracle Advanced Systems Inc.
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> t. @duanenickull
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