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Title: Power surge (video)
Date of publication: 14 March 2017
Description/subject: "Can emerging technology defeat global warming? The United States has invested tens of billions of dollars in clean energy"
Language: English
Source/publisher: Nova Documentary
Format/size: Adobe Flash or html5 (1 hour, 1 minute)
Date of entry/update: 04 November 2017

Title: Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Reservoir Water Surfaces: A New Global Synthesis
Date of publication: 05 October 2016
Description/subject: "Collectively, reservoirs created by dams are thought to be an important source of greenhouse gases (GHGs) to the atmosphere. So far, efforts to quantify, model, and manage these emissions have been limited by data availability and inconsistencies in methodological approach. Here, we synthesize reservoir CH4, CO2, and N2O emission data with three main objectives: (1) to generate a global estimate of GHG emissions from reservoirs, (2) to identify the best predictors of these emissions, and (3) to consider the effect of methodology on emission estimates. We estimate that GHG emissions from reservoir water surfaces account for 0.8 (0.5–1.2) Pg CO2 equivalents per year, with the majority of this forcing due to CH4. We then discuss the potential for several alternative pathways such as dam degassing and downstream emissions to contribute significantly to overall emissions. Although prior studies have linked reservoir GHG emissions to reservoir age and latitude, we find that factors related to reservoir productivity are better predictors of emission."
Author/creator: Bridget R. Deemer, John A. Harrison, Siyue Li, Jake J. Beaulieu, Tonya DelSontro, Nathan Barros, José F. Bezerra-Neto, Stephen M. Powers, Marco A. dos Santos, J. Arie Vonk
Language: English
Source/publisher: BioScience (2016) 66 (11): 949-964.
Format/size: html
Alternate URLs: https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biw117
Date of entry/update: 26 April 2017

Title: Oxford Martin School
Description/subject: A wide range of research into climate change, biodiversity, global ecology etc....videos, publications, events... "The Oxford Martin School at the University of Oxford is a world-leading centre of pioneering research that addresses global challenges. We invest in research that cuts across disciplines to tackle a wide range of issues such as climate change, disease and inequality. We support novel, high risk and multidisciplinary projects that may not fit within conventional funding channels. We do this because breaking boundaries can produce results that could dramatically improve the wellbeing of this and future generations. We seek to make an impact by taking new approaches to global problems, through scientific and intellectual discovery, by developing policy recommendations and working with a wide range of stakeholders to translate them into action..." Affordable Medicines... Ageing Populations... Biodiversity... Carbon Investment... Climate Partnership... Collective Responsibility for Infectious Disease... Complexity... Cyber Security... Deep Medicine... Economics, INET Oxford... Emerging Infections... Food... Geoengineering... Human Rights... Illegal Wildlife Trade... Inequality and Prosperity... Mind & Machine... Natural Governance... Our World in Data... Quantum Technology... Renewable Energy... Science & Society... Sustainable Oceans... Technological & Economic Change.
Language: English
Source/publisher: Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford
Format/size: html, Adobe Flash etc
Date of entry/update: 13 April 2017