November of 2019 All High Sierra Backpacker, Hiker, Outdoors, & Nature News Index


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 01 November 2019

 

Last Updated
December 1,  2019
Except
For the November, "Catch-Up"

 

LATEST HIGH SIERRA TRAIL NEWS
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LATEST HIGH SIERRA GENERAL NEWS
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High Sierra Backpacker's News
 Man and Nature

 
November
, 2019

Happenings in the relationship between Man and Nature affecting our hike down life's trail through both worlds. We study both the reality created by humans and the uncreated reality reflected in, and tended by Nature. 

The vast majority of our reporting on Nature comes from the American Association of Scientists summarizations of each day's bounty of the peer-reviewed research published by academic institutions and journals around the world.

Our focus is on everything, every living thing and natural process that we will encounter hiking from Lake Tahoe to Mount Whitney, and out the Portal. The birds, the bees, the water, the trees, the granite in the ground under our feet, and the stars in the sky at night.

Our goal of tracking the status and trajectory of everything we encounter and engage as we hike through the Natural World then brings into play everything it takes to put and keep us out there, which covers a plethora of backpacker-related safety, health, fitness, gear, skills, observation, navigation, and, of course, weather and climate issues.
 

Finally, the most deciseive factor we track that predicts the current status and future trajectory of the health and well-being of Nature are the behaviors, science, culture, and arts of Mankind, who are both one of Nature's greatest and worse creations at the same time. We're going to try to make things better at the bottom-line.

We track the alingment of forces affecting the Nature of our hike through Life on this planet.

You will get the latest news from the forefronts of Climate, Bio, Astro, and the hard sciences affecting our engagement with Nature here, typically two days before hitting the corporate press, but a very long time after they've already deeply affected Man & Nature, if the grimness of our purposeful ecological collapse even comes across the pages of the corporate press at all.

You'll get the real deal here.

 

Last Updated
December 1,  2019
The November, "Catch-Up"

 

LATEST HIGH SIERRA TRAIL NEWS
BELOW

 

LATEST HIGH SIERRA GENERAL NEWS
BELOW

 

 

Trail News Forum

General News Forum

 

 

Caltrans: ALL High Sierra Highway Status 

High Sierra Roads & Highway News

 

 

In the Sky

Observation Tools

 

Last Month
OCTOBER HIGH SIERRA NEWS

 

 

Dead Serious

High Sierra Weather

All Snow Reporting Tools

High Sierra Calendar

Sierra Crestline Snow & Temps

 

HIGH SIERRA Mountain Safety Topics & Incidents


 

 

 

Day Length

November 1
10:32:21
Day length decreasing -2:13 per day

 

October 1
11:46:59
Day length decreasing -2:30 per day

 

September 1
13:01:43
Day length decreasing -2:25 per day

 

August 1
14:10:29
Day length decreasing -1:53 per day

 

July 1
14:51:07
Day length decreasing -0:33 per day

 

June 1
14:43:02
Day length increasing +1:06 per day

 

May 1
13:50:16
Day length increasing +2:10 per day

 

April 1
12:38:41
Day length increasing +2:31 per day

 

March 1
11:19:59
Day length increasing +2:29 per day

 

February 1
10:14:51
Day length increasing +2:02 per day

 

January 1
9:29:49
Day length increasing +0:38 per day

 

FALL to WINTER
The Declining Trajectory of the Sun

Three Months of Shortening Days

FALL EQUINOX
September 23, Two months ago.
12:07:05
Equal, days now shrinking by 2:30 per day

 to

WINTER SOLSTICE
December 21
9:32:53
Day length decreasing −0:01 per day yesterday, as daylight contraction ended today. and began expanding.

 

December 1
9:38:23
Day length decreasing -1:12 per day

Last Year's Day Lengths

 

 


Night Skies

Summer Triangle
Night Skies on the Trail Guide

 
Summer Triangle, signpost for all seasons,
Earth-Sky, March 2, 2017.

 

December 21
First Day of Winter
NASA: Annual Cycle of Light

 

 

 

Astro Observation Tools

Fermilab Virtual Telescope, all views

Current Star Chart and Sky Wheel for Field Use

The In-The-Sky.org Digital Star Wheel

Backpacker Planning & Study Constellation & Star Chart

 

All Astro-Phys, Stellar, & Atomic News

All Astronomical Data

All High Sierra Weather



Also of Interest
NASA Astro Image of the Day

NASA EARTH OBSERVATORY

AGU Blogosphere

 

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High Sierra Roads & Highways

All CalTrans High Sierra Road Status

High Sierra Road Opening History

YOSEMITE ALERTS

Fed: Tioga Pass Status

 

 

 

OCTOBER HIGH SIERRA TRAIL NEWS

LATEST HIGH SIERRA GENERAL NEWS BELOW

Trail News Forum

NOVEMBER
2019

WEATHER, TERRAIN,  & TRAILS
NEWS

IMPORTANT

The Weather Page

On the Calendar

Storm Warnings

 

Top of Page

 Updated  

 

November 25,
2019

WINTER WEATHER-STORM WARNINGS
for
11-26 to 11-28
Full Winter Gear Required
TOMORROW

See
High Sierra Calendar

See
Fall to Winter 2019

 

 

 

November 3, 2019

 

A Week
Of
Clear, Warm Days
&
Potentially
Cold Nights
AHEAD

Fine
Fall Backpacking
Weather.
For the fit, geared, properly experienced backpacker...

 

See the
High Sierra Calendar

 

 

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Top of Trail News

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LAST MONTHS'
OCTOBER
TRAIL, WEATHER, & TERRAIN

High Sierra
NEWS 

 

 

 

LAST MONTHS'
OCTOBER
GENERAL

High Sierra
NEWS

 

 

 

LATEST HIGH SIERRA TRAIL NEWS ABOVE

General News Forum

On the Calendar

 

Top of Page

 

 

HIGH SIERRA
GENERAL STATUS
&
ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS


NOVEMBER
2019

 

MAN, NATURE,
&
THEIR VARIOUS
INTERFACES

 

FALL
2019

 

Last Updated
December 6,  2019
The November, "Catch-Up" 

 

 

Posted
 December 8,  2019
from
November 7

ICE, WATER, & DISEASE

Warming Arctic Spreading Disease

Melting Arctic Sea Ice Linked to Emergence of Deadly Virus in Marine Mammals

Posted
 December 6,  2019
from
November 7

ICE BIRDS IN TROUBLE

Antarctic Snow, Ice & Penguin Decline

Emperor Penguins Quick-Marching Towards Extinction

 

 

 

December 1, 2019
(Published November 6)

 

HEALTH, FITNESS, POLLUTION in PLACENTA & DULL KIDS

"Let This be a Lesson," Update: Morons of Mexico City

Prenatal Pollution Degrades Children's Brains

 

 

 

November 27,  2019

 

ECO-CRASHING NEWS
Grow, USA, Grow! Grow, China, Grow!

Paris Not Targeting the Sources, Nor even the Symptoms!

Finding Some Small Bit of the Truth behind the Paris Agreement Climate Pledges

 

 

 

November 26, 2019

 

BIRD SOCIETY

Smart Dino-Birds...

Complex Society Discovered in Birds

 

 

HEALTH, FITNESS, SCREENS & CHILDREN'S BRAINS

Creating Dull, Stupid Consumers

Screen-Time Associated with Structural Differences in Brains of Young Children

 

 

HEALTH, FITNESS, & BENEFITS OF ANY RUNNING

Keep Moving for Health, Department of Running

Any Amount of Running Linked to Significantly Lower Risk of Death

 

 

 

November 24,  2019

 

ECO-CRASHING NEWS

NOAA USA Climate Monitoring

Assessing the USA Climate October 2019

 

 

 

November 23,  2019

 

ECO-CRASHING NEWS

NOAA Global Climate Monitoring

Assessing the Global Climate October 2019

 

 

 

November 1, 2019

 

HEALTH & FITNESS & SUPERBUGS

New Superbug Camouflage

'Wolves in Sheep's Clothing' -- the Superbugs Outsmarting Laboratory Tests

 

 

 

 

 

OCTOBER HIGH SIERRA GENERAL NEWS

 

 

 

Top of General News

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More
Nature News

 

Climate Destruction News

 

Trees

Bee News

Bear News

Spider Forum

Bird News

Small Mammals

Frogs and Reptiles

Butterfly News

 

Health and Fitness

Mountain Safety

Mosquito News

Female Trail

High Sierra History

 

Astro-Phys, Space, & Science News

High Sierra Geology News

Fish, Oceans, & Water News

Anthropocene

 

All High Sierra News

 

 

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November, 2019, all, High, Sierra, nature, climate, weather, mountain safety, news, index, PCT, JMT, seasonal, trail, review

 

Originally Published
2019-11-1

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