Arthur Viterito's scientific contributions

Publications (7)

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The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change states with high confidence that the warming of global temperatures since 1901 has been driven by increased radiative forcing. The gases responsible for this enhanced forcing are greenhouse gases of anthropogenic origin, and include carbon dioxide, methane, and halocarbons. The No...
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The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change states with high confidence that the warming of global temperatures since 1901 has been driven by increased radiative forcing. The gases responsible for this enhanced forcing are greenhouse gases of anthropogenic origin, and include carbon dioxide, methane, and halocarbons. The No...

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... We have to cooperate together to preserve our planted from air pollution and we have to treat our natural resources in a very wise way as everything is depending on the other I a nice web design. We are misusing our resources extensively at a arte higher that that the environment can compensate and continue "performing" well in the future [1][2][3]. ...
... In a 2016 study I demonstrated that seismic activity along the globe's mid-ocean ridges was highly correlated (0.785) with global temperatures from 1979 through 2015 [1]. An update through 2016 showed a strengthened correlation (0.814) along with the new knowledge that large upticks in mid-ocean seismic activity for 1995-1996 and 2013-2014 preceded the 1997-1998 and 2015-2016 "Super El Nino" episodes by two years [2]. Unfortunately, neither of these studies has received broad acceptance by the climate community as they challenge an accepted canon of climate science. ...
... He discovered similar tendencies in the climate and seismic variations. Viterito's study shows that seismic activity growth is closely associated with the global average temperature in high geothermal flux locations worldwide from 1979 to 2015, with a parallel increase in geothermal forcing (Viterito, 2016). This geothermal warming can generate hot convection and enhance ocean overturn, vital for heat transfer to the oceanic atmosphere. ...