The Decoder: A Key to Unlocking the Mysteries of the Southern Ocean





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Streamed live on Mar 18, 2015

Hear from leading Southern Ocean scientists as they discuss their experiences with an innovative new technology that’s making it possible to better understand how the vast, remote Southern Ocean is shaping the climate, and how global warming is affecting this critically important ocean.  

This is the latest in a series of Hangouts by the NSF-funded Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling (SOCCOM) project. The initiative focuses on unlocking the mysteries of the Southern Ocean and determining its influence on climate.

On the Hangout:
Hans Jannasch (Senior Research Specialist, MBARI)
Rick Rupan (Research Engineer, University of Washington)
Alison Gray (Postdoctoral Fellow, Princeton University)
Hannah Zanowski (Ph.D. Candidate, Princeton University)
Heidi Cullen (Chief Scientist, Climate Central)

During the Hangout you may ask questions a couple of different ways. You may use the Twitter hashtag #SOCCOMHangout , or, if you're watching from a Google Plus account, the Q and A feature is also an option.


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