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Arctic Melt Down - 3 Scientists Speak Out


In 2012, the Arctic Sea Ice hit a stunning new record low. Rutgers scientist Jennifer Francis explains how this changes weather for billions of people in the Northern Hemisphere. Plus the Director of the Snow and Ice Data Center, Mark Serreze on record and what it means, and analysis from polar scientist Jennifer Bitz, U of Washington. In depth, direct from top scientists.

The blog for this show is here: http://www.ecoshock.info/2012/09/arctic-melt-down-scientists-speak-out.h...

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