Dr. Redsteer coauthor in Earth's Future Journal


Modern global warming will ultimately affect physical landscape processes virtually everywhere on Earth, and some of those effects are evident already. This newly published commentary describes the challenges to measuring climate-driven physical landscape responses to global warming. We discuss ways to collect more informative data in key locations to better understand climate-change impacts, while also diligently reporting where impacts are not evident. Forming a more complete picture in these ways will mean societies are better prepared to predict and manage impacts on human health and safety, infrastructure, water-food-energy security, economics, and ecosystems that are linked to climate-driven physical landscape change.

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