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Our Warming Planet: Topics in Climate Dynamics - Webinar 3: Explaining Climate by Andrew Lacis & The Role of Clouds in Climate by Anthody D. Del Genio

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Webinar Series: Our Warming Planet: Topics in Climate Dynamics:

Tuesday, November 13 from 4:00pm – 6:00pm. 

The topics and presenters on November 13th are: 

Explaining Climate by Andrew Lacis
The Role of Clouds in Climate by Anthody D. Del Genio

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These presentations are hosted by CCRUN, a NOAA RISA Team, that is drawn from the recent book, Our Warming Planet: Topics in Climate Dynamics, published by World Scientific. The series encompasses topics such as natural and anthropogenic climate forcing, climate modeling, radiation, clouds, atmospheric dynamics and storms, hydrology, cryosphere, paleoclimate, sea level rise, agriculture, atmospheric chemistry, and climate change education. The lecture series is for students, teachers, and interested researchers and colleagues around the world to be better able to understand various aspects of climate change.

The book, containing most of the material in this webinar series, can be purchased as an e-book, soft cover, or hard cover copy at the World Scientific Publishing website: 

Webinars will take place monthly on Tuesdays from 4:00–6:00PM. No purchase of book necessary for viewing the webinar series. All webinars will be recorded and made available on the Consortium for Climate Risk in the Urban Northeast website.


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