Sea ice, clouds, albedo and climate Lecture: Coriolis Effect 2 months ago   07:56

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ProfSimonHaslett
In the field with Simon Haslett, Professor of Physical Geography and Director of the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at the University of Wales, Newport. Professor Haslett takes advantage of a flight over the North Atlantic and a visit to eastern Canada to discuss sea ice, clouds, and their albedo effect on climate, and contribution to climate change.

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Russell Shute
I don't hear anyone mention the latent heat of ice, perhaps it is such common knowledge it, goes without saying.  Nor do I hear anyone mention the heat of combustion in burning fossil fuels.  Perhaps I have yet to come across a good accounting of the planet heat transfer.  
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Lecture: Coriolis Effect Sea ice, clouds, albedo and climate 2 months ago   09:20

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