Ethnosphere

March 21, 2017

The place where the Ethnosphere is most firmly fixed to the planet

  Anchorage 3/20/17 – Sitting on the plane returning from a wonderful week of spring training baseball, I was in the middle seat with burly but […]
August 9, 2016

Not enough Noosphere in federal Arctic policy

Anchorage 8/8/16 (revised 8/10/16) –  I have finally slogged through a first reading of the federal Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee’s Arctic Research Plan. It’s spotty, particularly […]
July 14, 2016

The Anthropocene Bookshelf – The List

Anchorage 7/14/16 – Here is a chronological list of the books on my Anthropocene Bookshelf. Other books certainly qualify, but the chronology at least indicates how […]
July 14, 2016

Our Beautiful Flower Baskets Will Die

Note added:  Bell’s changed its mind and decided to allow baskets.  Our fuchsias are expensively overwintering again. Anchorage 7/13/16 – So quickly things pass that we […]