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Postwar climate research in Norway, 1947-1961
AHKR, University of Bergen
Following the extremely dry summer of 1947, the head of the Norwegian Water Resources and Electricity Works, Fredrik Vogt, wrote a concerned letter to the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters asking if the climate was changing, and if this would be possible to predict. Vogt was worried about the future stability of Norwegian hydropower: “If you can develop fairly reliable prognosis for climate variations in the coming years or decades, this would be of great practical importance for
how we manage the power supply.” In response, the Academy established a
multidisciplinary taskforce, which gave birth to an Institute for Weather and Climate Research. Parallel to this, the Meteorological Office had its own section for climate. However, by the time the Institute closed in 1960, the question of climate prediction was long forgotten.
This paper investigates Norwegian postwar climate research through stud
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First unplug the vacuum brake booster.
Then disconnect the valve from the bracket with a flat screw driver. This gives you some space.
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My MA paleoclimatology paper helped me get a B. My idea was to use Sonics, cavitation and explosives to accelerate the weathering of mafic rocks including olivine. 1.4 mm of olive rock flour spread evenly across the globe would change the PH of systems, fertilize biosystems, and create heat. It would also bring atmosphere Co2 concentrations to 0.
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They have built a C02 reactor that takes Olivine rock slurry and converts the heat into products and power.
CO2 Removal With Enhanced Weathering and Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement: Potential Risks and Co-benefits for Marine Pelagic Ecosystems
by Jason Thompson