Arctic Sea Ice, Upper Atmosphere Transport, and Trade Winds
Date: 5/29/2019; 55 minutes
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Earths climate is a complex system with global scale interactions spanning the tropics to the poles. Join emeritus Professor and past Scripps Director Charles Kennel as he reveals the potential of arctic sea ice loss to influence the intensity of climate events such as El Nino, and raises the possibility that more changes in weather patterns and extreme events are to come. Recorded on 04/08/2019. (#34571)


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