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Disappearing Arctic Sea Ice and the Role of the Atmosphere (Ola Persson)
CIRES scientist Ola Persson discusses his research on the relationship between the radiative balance and sea ice (5/9/09).
Global Wind Patterns and Ocean Currents (Lesley Smith)
Lesley Smith goes over the basics of global wind patterns and ocean currents (6/8/09).
Climate: It Is All about the Sun! Or Is It (Chris Fairall)
NOAA scientist Chris Fairall discusses the global energy balance and why the ocean is the big boss of the climate system response (4/4/09).
Air-Sea Interactions and Climate (Jeff Hare)
Learn about air-sea interactions and their effect on biological processes.
Science Literacy (Mark McCaffrey)
Mark McCaffrey discusses the need for Climate Science Literacy (6/11/09).
Another video in the COSEE lecture series featuring Nolan Doesken, State Climatologist, Colorado Climate Center, and Professor at Colorado State University's Atmospheric Science Department.
Title: El Niño, La Niña and Why they matter to the Southwest US
Speaker: Samantha Stevenson, University of Colorado Department of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences
Title: Weather In Colorado
Featuring: Bob Glancy, Weather Forecasting Meteorologist at NOAA's National Weather Service.
Title: Water Law in a Nutshell
Featuring: Professor Mark Squillace, Director, Natural Resources Law Center, University of Colorado Law School.
CIRES Education and Outreach Presents: Joseph Barsugli, Western Water Assessment, "Colorado's Climate in a Glass of Water", 2011.
CIRES is a partnership of NOAA and the University of Colorado Boulder.
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