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Pyrogeography & Climate Change
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ATTENTION MAC USERS
Welcome to the wikispace for the
Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics
The Physics of Climate Change
in partnership with the
National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
April 28 – July 11, 2008
Coordinators: Jean Carlson, Gregory Falkovich, John Harte, Brad Marston, Ray Pierrehumbert
Scientific Advisor: Paul Kushner
Frontiers of Climate Science,
May 6 – 10, 2008.
Pyrogeography & Climate Change, May 27 – 30, 2008.
Coordinators: Jennifer Balch, David Bowman, & Brad Marston
This wikispace is a repository for resources and conversations among program participants. It supplements the KITP's Official
Program participants and researchers who are following the activities remotely are encouraged to add discussion or add new pages.
Our logo shows the
mean annual temperature of the Earth
. It was created by Robert A. Rohde for
Global Warming Art
Learning to use this wiki is no harder than learning to use email. If you want to practice getting around and using the editors, you can go to
. Briefly, to
a page, simply click the
edit this page
button at the top of the page. To
a page, click on the
item at the top left under
. After making a new page, it will automatically be added to the space-menu (or navigation menu) in the left column, but you may also link to it from any other wiki page. For instructions about
in the upper right. In addition, every page has a discussion board associated with it. To peruse the comments or to add your thoughts, click the
tab on the top of any page.
ATTENTION MAC USERS
Until a bug is fixed,
Safari cannot be used
with the visual editor, only with the text editor. We recommend the
browser instead, which is already available on your workstation at KITP or can be downloaded from
(Mozilla's Firefox is free and available for nearly all operating systems.)
help on how to format text
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