1. Sea Level Rise: The Changing Coastline


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    As the earth warms and the levels of greenhouse gases increase, sea levels are rising. Visit Hatteras Island, North Carolina to learn how local communities are responding to sea level rise. Professor…

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    • Sea Level Rise: Adapting to Higher Seas


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      Professor James White, University of Colorado Boulder and Director of INSTAAR explains why we can''t rely on sea levels to stay the same, especially as the earth's climate system is…

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      • Why Study Alpine Glaciers?


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        Do you care about water? Farms? Cities? Robert Anderson, Ph.D. talks us through why it is valuable to study alpine glaciers.

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        • Science Tuesday - Climate Change and Sustainability


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          During the February 5, 2013 Boulder CIty Council Meeting James White, Director of of the Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research, delivered a presentation about the simple physics of the heating…

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          • What is an Indicator Species?


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            The pika is known to respond to climate change more readily than other species. A visit to Niwot Ridge in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado shows where research is conducted to measure changes in pika…

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            • How Does Nature Try to Balance Carbon Dioxide?


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              Jim White, Ph.D. describes how carbon dioxide is produced, and how it is returned to the earth. He also describes the role of climate science in policy making. Jim White is a Professor of Geology…

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              • Are Humans Influencing Modern Climate?


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                Amy Steiker is researching human activities and their effect on climate change. She studies isotopes from all over the world. In this video, In this video, she describes how nitrous oxide is released…

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