Author’s Book and Video

Welcome to my website!

I’m Eric P. Grimsrud, author of Thoughts of a Scientist, Citizen, and Grandpa on Climate Change: Bridging the Gap between Scientific and Public Opinion.  An introduction to me and my book is provided on this U-tube video  (click here).

The book can be ordered from any of the major book distributors such as

https://www.amazon.com/Thoughts-Scientist-Citizen-Grandpa-Climate/product-reviews/1938908023/ref=rdr_ext_cr_cm_cr_acr_img?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

About the Author

I graduated from St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota, and received a PhD in Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 1970. I have been a teacher and research scientist at several universities and was a Professor of Chemistry at Montana State University, Bozeman, for 29 years. I have been an active participant in the field of atmospheric chemistry for almost 40 years. After living and working in Montana for almost 40 years, my wife and I now live in Liberty Lake, WA, and Grand Rapids, MN.

About my book, Thoughts of a Scientist, Citizen, and Grandpa on Climate Change

We are now live in a critical moment in the history of human civilization and have a choice of monumental importance to make.

Are we or are we not going to aggressively address the issue of anthropogenic global warming (AGW)? If we do, the short term adjustments will be challenging, but if we don’t, the longer term consequences are sure to be horrendous – certainly during the lives of our grandchildren and very likely during the lives of our children.

So, how do we decide which of these choices to make?  For starters, it helps a great deal to understand what Mother Nature is likely to do in response to the impacts of mankind on our planet – and what She does do can be predicted only via our understanding of the science involved. Therefore, a primary goal of Thoughts of a Scientist, Citizen, and Grandpa on Climate Change is to provide the general public with an improved understanding of the causes of climate change. The economic and social impacts of the needed changes will also be addressed.

 

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