“Mixing Dynamics” in the Atmosphere. A follow-up on previous research by Diego Fdez-Sevilla, PhD.
(updated with imagery on LinkedIn stats 12 June 2017)
Back in 2014 I shared with Professor Jennifer Francis my views over atmospheric dynamics and Climatic drifts. (in full here).
In this exchange of messages a challenge came up:
(2014 Prof. Francis) The topic you’ve written about is extremely complicated and many of your statements have not yet been verified by peer-reviewed research. It is an exciting and active new direction in research, though, so I encourage you to pursue it. To get funding or a job in this field, however, will require a deeper understanding of the state of the research, knowledge of atmospheric dynamics (not just suggestive examples and anecdotal evidence), and statements supported by published (or your own) analysis.”
More than 150 assessments have been published since then keeping the follow up over my previous research.
Here I leave the most relevant publications for this part of the year for open review and contrast with the current developments on 2017.
As always feedback is welcome in order to make an open review of my assessments through discussion. Leave a comment here or if anybody wants to reach me by email you can use d.fdezsevilla(at)gmail.com. Since I am in transition looking for new professional opportunities my time is divided between job searching and it is limited to be updating my profile at LinkedIn but I would look into any feedback sooner or later. Diego Fdez-Sevilla PhD. In Transition.
Sharing my assessments and dissertations is not aimed to teach others on what to learn and believe blindly. But to offer a point of view highlighting where to address some efforts applying discussion and critical thinking. The work that I offer in my blog is a product to be consumed, digested and judged in an open review process available to all fields and levels of knowledge and curiosity.
The most noteworthy aspect to take from my publications is not how “challenging” they are but how silent has been the reaction adopted by those whom have become aware of them. If anything, I hope the absence of criticism can mean that it helps to unify discussions as one of the most important values achieved.
|March 23, 2017||Final Review in Progress. March 2017. From ENSO to Scientific Thinking by Diego Fdez-Sevilla PhD.|
This year 2017 many weather events linked to thermodynamic dynamics are happening earlier than it would be expected. The body of work contained in my line of research is designed to face the test of time and exposure to criticism. And therefore, I want to share previous assessments linking weather events and thermodynamic patterns in order to assess their endurance through time in contrast with the current events.
IN particular for this publication I would offer for review the conditions at the Indian basin in relation with atmospheric dynamics seen in the past. Bellow that, I also share other publications, which I have addressed at Linkedin, linking previous weather events and atmospheric dynamics seen through 2017 and throughout the line of research presented in this blog.
Indian Basin 2017 and previous assesment:
|July 1, 2016||Atmospheric mixing. Indian Basin June 2016 (by Diego Fdez-Sevilla, PhD.)
If there is a scenario in which an increased concentration of GHGs and aerosols affect atmospheric dynamics, this is not going to be kept defined by temperature. Actually, it will be defined by the energy which such temperature represents fuelling atmospheric dynamics. And among them, the mixing ratio occurring in the horizontal and the vertical dimensions of the atmosphere.
1st June 2017
The following images are intended to be compared with imagery from 2016 within the context of those assessments published through the line of research presented in this blog over “atmospheric mixing dynamics”.
From my activity on LinkedIn May 2017:
(Posted at LinkedIn on 9th June 2017) Keeping the follow up over my previous research I leave this publication 1 year old for open review.
On May 30, 2016 I published an assessment over the atmospheric conditions occurring over Europe. At the same part of the year 2017 I want to share the same publication again in order to contrast its validity with the present events leaving it open for an open review and comments.
CO2 Makes Headlines To Grow Like Trees, Shaping DifferentForests Offering Different Views (by Diego Fdez-Sevilla PhD)
In the line of research that I have presented in my blog I have tried to highlight how it is possible to see a common thread shared by similarities between the weather events happening in the last years. Like the relation between the orography of a river bed and the behaviour of the currents above it. In order to contrast the validity of my assessments through time I want to share this assessment from October 2015 so you can judge with your own data and add your input.
I think that my work assessing climatic dynamics has been done already and published in my blog. From my point of view, everything that is happening is verifying my previous assessments, increase in latitudinal mixing is driven by kinetic processes overwriting seasonal transitions from orbital tilt.
In order to validate previous assessments I want to leave one which I believe is related with the actual developments so you can have your input over it.
EGU 2017 Streaming. Published on Thursday 27 April 2017. https://lnkd.in/dq5mbTg US3 – Make Facts Great Again: how can scientists stand up for science. Induced by Jonathan Bamber Panelists * Christiana Figueres (Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 2010–2016; Founder of Mission 2020) * Sir David King (Chief Scientific Adviser to the UK Government 2000–2007; UK Special Representative for Climate Change 2013–2017) * Heike Langenberg (Nature Geoscience Chief Editor) * Christine McEntee (AGU Executive Director) I share this video in relation with the framework shared in my line of research presented at “Filling In Finding Out Gaps of Knowledge” by Diego Fernandez Sevilla, Ph.D. at diegofdezsevilla.wordpress https://lnkd.in/d8etSpa
As part of the follow-up which I apply in my research I use real-time developments to validate previous assessments through time. Through the coming week 24April 2017, we will see a cold front coming from the Arctic into low latitudes over the European continent. Here I want to share an assessment from last February 2016 from my research in order to expose it for open judgement and review considering the similarities and implications assessing climatic drifts. Feedback is welcome as always.
For More related posts in this topic see timeline page to consult the index with all previous assessments published by Diego Fdez-Sevilla PhD. (email@example.com)
After finishing my Masters in Biology Environmental Science in 2001, I have performed research at PhD level and worked inside and outside academia at institutions linked with environmental research and management. In 2013 I found myself in a period of transition searching for a new job’s position.
In such competitive scenario, instead of just moving my cv between desks waiting for my next opportunity to arrive, I used it as an advantageous standing point to start and develop independent research in a blog in which I could open my own line of research completely free of external pressures or interferences.
Through the whole project I have increasingly being focused on publishing pieces of original research applying my own perspective aiming to address relevant environmental questions.
The level of uncertainty which I have accomplished in my assessments has reached enough accuracy to replicate real time developments to the point of compete with models sustained by corporate and administrative budgets.
At this point Feb 2017, it has reached an stage in which its framework has been defined and it has been applied in follow-ups (in the timeline section at the bottom use ctrl+F: “follow-up”) delivering the subsequent conclusions. Therefore, the work which I present in my blog has become a chapter in my career, and I should focus now my attention on my new steps towards professional and personal growth.
The economic support sustaining the three years of research presented in this blog has been private based on my own capacity to generate it. Once the main conclusions of the project have demonstrated their value, it is time for my career to find new ways of growth and/or external sources of financial support.
Therefore, at this time Feb 2017, the generation of assessments over present developments discontinues its weekly bases in the absence of external financial support.
Diego Fdez-Sevilla PhD In transition
I am looking for new opportunities and new challenges, to join a team. At the same time that I look for job openings to incorporate my resume, I would encourage any one finding interesting any of the skills which I apply throughout my research, as well as communicator, to evaluate my profile as a candidate for your projects. email d.fdezsevilla(at)gmail.com
You can look at the whole project (more than 190 posts between Oct 2013 to Feb 2017) published at https://diegofdezsevilla.wordpress.com and also you will find some of those publications in my profile at ResearchGate and at the Citations page.
I am living in Spain free to relocate geographically worldwide.
About this Project:
My definition of Climate Drift is: the deviation from equilibrium of the conditions allowing the perpetuity of an established symbiotic relationship between biotic and none biotic components in a micro and macro ecosystem. This situation can be due to changes in any component of the ecosystem playing a synergistic effect over the rest. And the causes can be either a change in the magnitude of the already implemented forces in place, changes in the directionality or rates in the flows of energy pre-established OR/AND the impact suffered by the incorporation of new components/forces and energy sinks or sources in any part of the system interfering with the previously established order and balance.
This project published in a blog format, offers pieces of original research in environmental science, and a space for discussion, based on considering as a major factor limiting our understandings the lack of attention given to the gaps of knowledge existent. The concepts, measurements and parameters applied to address environmental synergistic interactions are too narrow and isolated from each other to understand their full meaning. Such circumstance induce to reach dogmatic patterns of thought to make the quickest conclusions in the absence of a better and clear idea describing what is happening.
In this Project I aim to address those limitations using observational analyses offering assessments over real time events considering those as proxies of significant value to make interpretations over global synergistic relationships.
Feedback is always welcome here and at my email d.fdezsevilla(at)gmail.com
Since 2002 I have performed research over the Atmospheric Dynamics interacting with the biota in the field of Aerobiology. In Oct 2013 I focused my attention over climatic dynamics and in Oct 2014 I published what I believe to be a valid theory explaining current developments in atmospheric dynamics. I shared my thoughts at my blog and several groups in LinkedIn (like the AGU, NASA and NOA groups) where the immense response offered has been silence.
In Feb 2015 I published a revision and since then a constant follow-up throughout more than 200 assessments. Still today, April 2017, the majority of the response is silence despite the amount of visits identified by all the SEO tools and the interactions and shares accounted. See the related stats at the Timeline page.
So I thank your open feedback and share.
Nowadays, there are many divisions between disciplines due to the isolated nature of their specific language and methodologies. I might not use the right vocabulary for all the fields which I discuss, or the right data or the right reasoning. But when nobody is able to offer a consensus over what it is going on, I wonder, what is right this days?.