Global Warming and the Polar Regions: Undeniable Signs of Human Impact - Perspectives on Ocean Science
Premiere Date: 10/10/2007; 46 minutes

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Climate researchers have long understood that human induced changes to Earth's atmosphere should impact climate in the polar regions earlier and more dramatically than in most other places. Explore the unique meteorology, oceanography, and ecology of both the Arctic and Antarctic with Dr. Dan Lubin as he describes observations that indicate unmistakable signs of anthropogenic climate change in both the Arctic and Antarctic. (#13039)

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