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Climate Change: Arctic warming pushes winter weather further south

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Uploaded on Feb 22, 2011

Meteorologist Dave Eichorn explains how warming in the Arctic associated with climate change has resulted in colder temperatures and snowy weather much further south in segment two of a meteorologist's view on climate change.

About A meteorologist's view on climate change video series: 30 year veteran meteorologist Dave Eichorn explains climate science, climate change, and regional to national weather events through an environmental meteorological perspective.

Other videos include: A meteorologist on climate change -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8o3lf...

ESF Climate Literacy Project: The video series is part of a NASA supported Global Climate Change Education project at the College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, NY to increase climate science literacy. In addition to the free YouTube video series there is a 6 week 1 credit lower level undergraduate online course and a full semester 3 credit upper level undergraduate online course if you wish to pursue climate science in more depth and earn college credits -- http://www.esf.edu/esfonline .

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