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Hello. This is Steve Regan of the Modeling of Watershed Systems group. This presentation describes the surface runoff modules srunoff_carea and srunoff_smidx. This cartoon illustrates flow paths in the hydrologic cycle. The yellow lines represent flows computed by the surface runoff modules. The flows are: Hortonian surface runoff, soil infiltration, impervious storage processes, and optionally

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Climate change is a polarizing subject, and THAT could be a bigger problem than climate change itself. The conflict-driven news media have successfully framed the debate as a one or the other proposition. You either believe in catastrophic man-caused global warming or you are a climate change denier. That’s a load of bull squirt and

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Today, Mr Speaker, this House must declare an environment and climate emergency. We have no time to waste. We are living in a climate crisis that will spiral dangerously out of control unless we take rapid and dramatic action now. This is no longer about a distant future. We’re talking about nothing less than the

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-A UN report warned this week that 1 million species are threatened with extinction because of human activity — most notably climate change. But Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sees an upside. He said in a speech that “steady reductions in sea ice are opening new passageways and new opportunities for trade. This could potentially

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My name is Alyssa Baguss. I’m the arts program coordinator here at Silverwood Park. The climate conversation at Silverwood will be on Saturday February 16th in the afternoon. I’m really looking forward to the conversation because I think it’ll be a really nice twist on how people are presented climate science The way I’ve seen

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For 3 billion people around the world, seafood provides a significant source of protein and nutrition. But recent studies show that 33% of wild fisheries are overfished, while another 60% are fished at their maximum capacity. In fact, over half the seafood we eat– from finfish and shellfish to seaweed and algae– isn’t caught in

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In Canada, British Columbia weather is moderated by the Pacific Ocean. Summers are less hot, winters less cold. The Rocky Mountains protect us from winter arctic air though it occasionally penetrates. Air temperature rises under pressure. Descending, the atmosphere’s weight makes air pressure and temperature higher. Every 100 meter rise pressure reduces and temperature falls

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Hello I’m Karen Saylors with Expert Village and I’m here today to show you how to make sweet potato souffle. Now we are going to open the evaporated milk. So I take the opener and just open the both sides. If you don’t open both sides it will spill everywhere. So we are going to

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