Jennifer Francis at the Weather and Climate Summit

Published on Jan 25, 2013
Session 6: Dr. Jennifer Francis - Rutgers University
Topic: Wacky Weather and Disappearing Arctic Sea Ice: Are They Connected?

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Jennifer Francis does one of the best lectures on climate available.

By Bob Bingham (not verified) on 29 Jan 2013 #permalink

Great presentation. Well worth the time to watch. Must heed what she is saying

By Harold Hensel (not verified) on 18 Feb 2013 #permalink

This video is so educational and so measured, I took the time to shorten it to 40 minutes. I included just the core substance, and eliminated the several long stretches of technical difficulties. I also zoomed in on many of the charts. Just go to Youtube and search for Climate Change and Extreme Weather: Prof. Jennifer Francis (2013). Note: Prof. Francis emailed me that she approves of this short version.

By Connie Barlow (not verified) on 20 Feb 2013 #permalink