Climate Conversations : Earth’s response

Clyde Burnett, Peak to Peak.  The universal laws of Nature are independent of politics and much more predictable. The role of CO2 in increased infrared heat trapping is continuing ...

Winter paw protection

Deb D’Andrea, Nederland.  Now that colder weather has begun to set in, when hiking or just heading outside to ‘do their business,’ keep an eye on your pup to help ensure they ...

Ned RINK prepares for season

Barbara Lawlor, Nederland. Waiting for a cold spell. Nederland RINK manager Ryan Keenan works on the transition from tennis court to ice rink. Although the rink looks more like a reflection ...

Naturally Speaking : Got Snow?

Dave Hallock, Eldora.  Last month’s snowstorm came 95 years after the benchmark storm for our area, which occurred on April 14 and 15, 1921. A total of 95 inches of snow was recorded ...

Science fundamentals for climate change

Clyde Burnett, Peak to Peak.   It is important to understand the atmospheric science fundamentals in order to follow the greenhouse effect in trapping the extra infrared heat radiation ...

Mountains slammed with mashed potatoes

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Climate Conversations : Extreme weather

Clyde Burnett, Peak to Peak.   The IPCC report of 2014 warned of an Earth response to global warming involving climate change with extreme weather. With the increased temperature ...

The concrete storm of April 17, 2015

Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak. It was as if the weather gods had dispersed Portland cement into the moisture clouds that slogged over the mountains Thursday morning and spewed sheets ...

Frostbite and Dogs

Deb D’Andrea, 
Nederland. When there’s lots of snow, it’s easy to run outside and play for hours in this winter wonderland, taking our beloved pups with us for some good outdoors ...
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