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Sunday, January 15, 2012

15 January - The 'Developed' World

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( Head scratchings by the non technically adept : it is assumed capping stopped flow. Months later analysis of recent oil release matched that from Mercado Prospect: Deepwater Horizon  Nor is there an  accounting of Corexit dispersant toxin to match actual conditions - including suppression of information about application flights by the coast Guard for months and months continuing to add to the brew, ever increasing the toxicity of the Gulf to life as we know it.  As to any kind of life or life like infestation from vulcanism....it has no viable competition left.  This while evidence of fracturing of the sea bottom is also unmentioned.
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Meanwhile  How ocean currents work
Since phytoplankton - the base of the food chain - depends on this action,then

Ocean Currents: Is the Global Conveyor Belt Slowing Down?

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Now if that was modeled to include regional climate and weather effects changed by oil on the surface of the Gulf, we might start to have some appreciation of where we are at.
As for the safety of seafood from the Gulf, a cradle of life for many species....this may become a relatively meaningless question. But if you go by the usual standard of proven harms, since we are in forbidding - even terrifying - waters where past experience is suppressed or ignored; everything is just fine. )

Thermohaline circulation - Methane catastrophe

Thermohaline circulation The water of the great world ocean is, like its crust and interior, constantly in motion. Currents carrying colossal amounts of water ...

There should be no change in deep-ocean temperatures because the deep ocean is quite isolated from the upper ocean, at least on short time scales. This deep ocean water should not have been in contact with the surface in 800 years (Davidson, 2004). Textbook time for ocean mixing -- the amount of time it takes for a mass of ocean water to blend with other ocean water -- is 1000 years. This slow rate, and the isolation of deep water from the surface, means that there should have been no warming whatsoever in the period studied. The fact that there has been such warming is a matter of surprise and concern -- and even alarm -- to oceanographers.
The oceans are the roach motel of global warming. In the case of the oceans, it is heat which checks in but doesn't check out. Water has an extraordinary heat capacity. In other words, it holds heat better than almost anything else. That means that when the oceans warm, they lose that heat only slowly and reluctantly. Ocean heat stays around for a long time. And most of the heat from global warming -- over 90% -- goes into the oceans.
And the oceans hold 99% of the world's supply of methane hydrate; the rest is in permafrost. Inevitably, in a warming world, hydrate methane will also be released from permafrost, but its quantity pales to insignificance compared to that in the oceans. Moreover, it is not merely hydrate methane that will be released, but also free methane from below the BSR.
It used to be thought that the depth of the methane hydrates within the ocean floor sediments would delay and perhaps prevent methane release with global warming. This thinking was based on the amount of time it would take for warmth from the overlying ocean to penetrate the sediments, and upon scientific understanding of the physical contours of the methane hydrate deposits. The bottom simulating reflectors (BSRs) that marked the boundary between the overlying hydrate and the underlying free methane closely mimicked the contours of the ocean floor (hence their name), though generally several hundred meters deeper.
These contours were fairly smooth and gently rolling (see the sonar image of the "old" BSR, above, in the Methane and Methane Hydrates, Part 2, section), and the upper boundary of the hydrate was similarly presumed to be relatively smooth. Because this hydrate methane was thought to be located well below the seafloor, it was assumed that heat from global warming would take a long time to penetrate that far, and that any significant release of margin methane would take place at least hundreds (Kvenvolden,1988a), and perhaps thousands of years in the future. Even employing "worst case estimates," little methane release was presumed to be possible, because about 98% of methane hydrate is found in sediment conditions which would require a 4°C (7.2°F) warming to dissociate (Harvey and Huang, 1995).
Such findings could provide consolation to those concerned about the possibility of a near-term methane catastrophe, were it not for the qualifying statement heading a list of conclusions: "In the absence of fracturing or sediment failure..." (Harvey and Huang, 1995). If fracturing or sediment failure were indeed possible, the comforting conclusions would not be valid. In fact, however, fracturing and slumping (sediment failure) turn out to be the major modes by which large quantities of hydrate methane can be released.
New, more detailed sonar images have completely changed our understanding of BSR topography. Instead of being fairly smooth and gently rolling, the BSR surface is now known to be punctuated with sharp, needle-like peaks, columns, and discontinuous knife-edge ridges, which may extend all the way up to the top of the sediment. These features apparently represent escape routes for free and dissociated methane, which at times follows "chimneys" (the needle-like peaks and columns), and at others follows faults (the knife-edge ridges) through the consolidated sediments (Wood, 2002; Pecher, 2002). [Sonar image from Wood, 2002.]

A careful examination of the pressure of the free gas below the hydrate on several passive margins shows it to be essentially identical to the pressure needed to pry open overlying faults (Hornbach, 2004). This pressure is referred to as the critical pressure, and the amount of free methane under the hydrate is, in passive basins, at critical pressure. Free gas tends to remain at critical pressure because it forces open the safety valve when the pressure of the gas exceeds the critical pressure. When the free gas is at less than the critical pressure, the safety valve remains closed.
Seafloor faults thus seem to be highly responsive as pressure safety valves. In those active margins where oceanic plates are subducting beneath continents, the pressure being applied to the wedge of sediments piled against the continent (the accretionary wedge) forces fluids up through the hydrates. This process, called hydraulic fracturing, creates temporary pathways through the sediments, and allows free and dissociating methane to escape (Zühlsdorff and Spieß, 2004).
Because many active continental margins are being compressed by the forcing together of tectonic plates, it is not surprising that faulting and fracturing should be common there. On passive margins, by contrast, faulting should be much less. Therefore, there should be less free gas, and less pressure, under hydrate on active margins than on passive ones. And, indeed, that is the case: on the Blake Ridge off the Florida-Carolina coast (a passive margin), the free gas column is 200 to 250 meters (yards) thick. Other passive basins display similar free gas column heights. But the free gas columns in active margins are much less: typically about 35 meters thick, they rarely exceed 50 meters (Hornbach, 2004).
Sonar images of an active margin area, off the west coast of Canada's Vancouver Island, reveal the same sort of wipeout zones (transparent to sonar: here they are referred to as "blanking zones"; Zühlsdorff and Spieß, 2004), as reported elsewhere (Wood, 2002). The seafloor surface exhibits a pockmark, a familiar sign of fluid venting, with massive gas hydrate lying at only 3 to 8 meters (yards) depth (Riedel, 2002). It is presumably the process of hydraulic fracturing which allows a rather free flow of methane out of the hydrate zone, and prevents the buildup to critical pressures found in passive margins and basins. The process, in fact, may be important for methane release in all margin settings (Zühlsdorff and Spieß, 2004).
Thus free methane, as well as hydrate, extends in places to, or almost to, the seafloor, where it can be -- and presumably is -- released into the ocean. This means that at least part of the oceanic methane reservoir is much more accessible to warming than previously thought. The gas chimneys and faults that serve as escape routes for methane are therefore likely to be highly responsive to the oceanic warming that is accompanying global warming generally. Consequently, assumptions about the relative remoteness and inaccessability of oceanic hydrates will have to be scrapped. Clearly, methane hydrates and the free methane below them are considerably more vulnerable to warming than was previously presumed. Most dismayingly, there may be little lag time -- or even no lag time whatsoever -- between ocean bottom warming, and the initiation of seafloor methane release in response.

Inevitably, then, with the amount of global warming projected to occur in the next century or so, most or all seafloor methane will be released. Exactly how fast that release will take -- and how catastrophic that release will therefore be -- is something that can at best be only dimly glimpsed. Clearly there are some critical parameters which are unknowable or must be guessed at.

Thermohaline Circulation  NOAA tutorial 

Thermohaline Circulation -- Summary

The two places that are believed to be the major locations of oceanic deep water formation that are thought by many to drive the global thermohaline circulation are the North Atlantic and Southern Oceans, each of which is surmised to have supplied equivalent amounts of new deep water to the system for most of the past 800 years.  Periodically, however, it is believed that the strength of each of these deep water sources waxes and wanes; and Broecker et al. (1999) have suggested that these oscillations in deep water formation may be responsible for millennial-scale climate oscillations, such as the recent Little Ice Age and prior Medieval Warm Period.
In a study of grain sizes of deep-sea sediments obtained from the northeast Atlantic Ocean, Bianchi and McCave (1999) discovered a similar millennial-scale oscillation of the thermohaline circulation that extended back in time over the past 11,000 years and seemed, at the younger end of the record, to be related to these two historically-well-known climatic regimes.
observations, they noted, were consistent with the contemporaneous slow-downs of North Atlantic Deep Water formation that are known to have occurred at those times: with less heat being transported northward, temperatures rise in the south.
Finally, in a study of physical and chemical characteristics of a sediment core obtained south of Iceland, Raymo et al. (1998) determined that millennial-scale oscillations of this type were occurring well over a million years ago, leading them to conclude that associated alternating warm and cold periods of this time-scale "may be a pervasive and long-term characteristic of Earth's climate, rather than just a feature of the strong glacial-interglacial cycles of the past 800,000 years."
.....there is good reason to believe that the modest global warming that has followed on the heels of the apparent demise of the Little Ice Age may be totally unrelated to the concomitant increase in the air's CO2 content that is generally attributed to anthropogenic CO2 emissions.  Nevertheless, a number of scientists continue to believe that the ongoing rise in the air's CO2 content could well perturb this finely-tuned system and upset earth's climatic equilibrium.
( Meanwhile, perturbing water vapour convection - clouds - may have done just that. We are looking at possible changes in convection thermal transport in two physical mediums : gas and liquid  )

  Since the demise of the last great continental ice sheets in the Northern Hemisphere, large and abrupt climatic changes have no longer been observed (Stocker, 2000).  In addition, under more normal circumstances, the model study of Gent (2001) suggests that global warming would lead to the northwest Atlantic becoming both warmer and more saline, with little net effect on surface water density and, therefore, "no evidence of a significant weakening of the thermohaline circulation."  Likewise, the model study of Latif et al. (2000) also predicts a stabilized thermohaline circulation in response to global warming, due to large-scale air-sea interactions that produce anomalously high salinities in the tropical Atlantic that are subsequently advected into the region of North Atlantic Deep Water formation.
.....one terawatt of tidal energy is indeed dissipated in the vicinity of rough bottom topography must be extremely gratifying to Munk and Wunsch; for together with the two terawatts of energy estimated to come from shallow-water tidal energy dissipation, the three terawatts of energy needed to account for the yearly energy loss from the earth-moon system due to the moon's receding from the earth at about four centimeters per year has now been found.  Wunsch, for example, remarks that "it appears that the tides are, surprisingly, an intricate part of the story of climate change, as is the history of the lunar orbit."

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Cancer rates are rising at around 1% per year, while fertility rates are declining in some countries. Allergies and asthma are also up around 5% per year. Air pollution and exposure to chemicals are commonly cited as possible causes, while potential risks stemming from emerging technologies like mobile phones and nanotechnology need to be carefully assessed. It is also becoming apparent that climate change can be associated with a variety of health effects, from those relating to heat and floods to those linked with changing distribution of infectious diseases. 

Regardless of whether you're a botanist or a weekend gardener, you know that too much water can kill your plants. Flooding or water logging of plants doesn't allow them to take up enough of the oxygen required to ensure their cellular respiration and energy production. In order to deal with this state of hypoxia, plants stimulate specific genes. But exactly how plants sense the oxygen concentration has remained a mystery, until now. Researchers in Europe have identified a protein able to bind to certain regions of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), thus triggering the transcription of stress response genes. Read more

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25. Research Headlines - Remnants discovery sheds light on landslide activity
Scientists in Denmark and the United Kingdom have unearthed the remnants of the world's best preserved examples of a massive ancient landslide in Spain. Their finding, presented in the journal Geology, gives volcanologists the information they need to determine when the landslide occurred following a large volcanic eruption on the Canarian island of Tenerife. Scientists welcome the news because little information is known about why such landslides occur. Read more

26. Research Headlines - Trees and their role in filtering out pollution
Trees in London can give air quality a boost by filtering out pollution particulates, new British research shows. Presented in the November issue of the journal Landscape and Urban Planning, the study is an outcome of the BRIDGE ('Sustainable urban planning decision support accounting for urban metabolism') project, which has clinched EUR 3.1 million under the Environment Theme of the FP7. The methodology developed in this study enables scientists to predict the amount of pollution that can be removed in the future, as we face changes in the climate and increased pollution emissions. Read more
(But Desdemona Despair has been noting tree deaths...as have I, BTW - from different causes. In North America larch in the eastern forests and pines in the west are subject to depredation by pests - and the ones in the west seem to be jumping tree species )

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