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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 2021 reports show that anthropogenic effects on climate change are unequivocal. Human influence is a primary cause of the warming affect to our climate currently being observed. As a result, understanding climate science fundamentals is becoming increasingly important. Regardless, much of the engineering community has not been able to focus their attention on climate science. This seminar provides basic history, physics and modern developments in climate science. Materials are presented from several sources including a free course from Penn State University and ASHRAE’s Fundamentals chapter 36 on climate change.
- Climate Science History< /br> Scott Sherwood, Eco Care Corporation, New York, NY
- Physics of Earth’s Climate: Understanding Global Warming< /br> Daniel Villa, P.E., Member, Sandia National Laboratories, Alamo (virtual employee), TX
- Recent Developments and Measurements< /br> Xin Qiu, Ph.D., Member, SLR / Novus Environmental Inc., Guelph, ON, Canada
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