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How Fast Are Ice Shelves Really Melting?
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(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) A group of scientists and doctoral students from UC Davis recently traveled to Antarctica where they became the first group to collect turbulence measurements from beneath an ice shelf. With this data, scientists will be able to better understand how quickly ice shelves are melting and to make predictions of how these rates will change under future climate scenarios. [Show ID: 35167]

Date 9/2/2019 Format Length unknown Keywords Sustainability More Details
Arctic Emergency: Scientists Speak on Global Warming (1080p HD - REMASTERED)
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Arctic Emergency: Scientists Speak On Melting Ice and Global Impacts (1080p HD) Remastered with reduced music.

This film brings you the voices of climate scientists - in their own words.

Rising temperatures in the Arctic are contributing the melting sea ice, thawing permafrost, and destabilization of a system that has been called "Earth's Air Conditioner".

Global warming is here and is impacting weather patterns, natural systems, and human life around the world - and the Arctic is central to these impacts.
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Scientists featured in the film include:

- Jennifer Francis, PhD. Atmospheric Sciences
Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University.

Jennifer Ann Francis became a senior scientist at Woods Hole Research Center in 2018, after being a research professor at Rutgers University's Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences starting in 1994.

- Ron Prinn, PhD. Chemistry
TEPCO Professor of Atmospheric Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

- Natalia Shakhova, PhD. Marine Geology
International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska-Fairbanks.

- Kevin Schaefer, PhD.
Research Scientist, National Snow and Ice Data Center.

- Stephen J. Vavrus, PhD. Atmospheric Sciences
Center for Climatic Research, University of Wisconsin-Madison

- Nikita Zimov, Northeast Science Station, Russian Academy of Sciences.

- Jorien Vonk, PhD. Applied Environmental Sciences
Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University

- Jeff Masters, PhD. Meteorology
Director, Weather Underground



EarthSayers Jennifer Francis; Jeff Masters; Natalia Shakhova
Date 7/15/2015 Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Climate Change More Details
Soils, Biodiversity Antaarctica by Diana H. Wall, PhD.
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Diana H. Wall, PhD, University Distinguished Professor and Professor of Biology at Colorado State University delivers the 2013 Tyler Prize Laureate Lecture at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Wall's lecture reflects on the importance of studying soil ecosystems to understanding climate change and a number of pressing environmental challenges and her work in Antarctica. Published on Apr 19, 2013



You can see more on her work and selection as the 2013 winner of the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement here

EarthSayer Diana Wall
Date unknown Format Awards
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Climate Change More Details
 

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