Wednesday, 15 April 2015

IT'S THE BEGGINING OF THE END OR THE END OF THE ....YOU KNOW THAT....IS SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER AND PERMAFROST AND FOR PERMIC FAUNAS....temperatures in Khakassia soared to 25 degrees Celsius — 15-20 degrees Celsius above average for daytime Permian brachiopod faunas of Western Australia: Gondwanan—Asian relationships and Permian climate The Western Australian Permian brachiopod faunas are reviewed on a zonal basis and are shown to include a mixture of Gondwanan, endemic Westralian and Asian (Tethyan) genera. The presence or absence of Tethyan genera is largely temperature dependent, there being no apparent physical geographical barriers to the migration of such genera into the intracratonic basins of Western Australia during the Permian. On the basis of generic presence/absence data a palaeo-temperature curve is proposed for the marine Permian of Western Australia. The curve indicates the peak......of the peaks A pile of warming and chemically volatile peat-like perma-burn that is providing more and more fuel for intense fires.

the fires have come near the start of April. An extension of the burning season in Siberia inexorably toward the winter-spring boundary.
Khakassia Fires April 12 2015
(Extensive wildfires burn though Siberian Khakassia on April 12 of 2015. In the image, we can see down through a break in the cloud deck to view smoke plumes from scores of wildfires raging throughout the region. For reference, bottom edge of frame is 120 miles and the largest burn scars range from 3-5 miles across. As Siberian permafrost burn season progresses, we can expect fires that belch smoke plumes across the Northern Hemisphere emitting from burn scars as large as 30 miles or more across.

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