Rivers of the Sea: Global Ocean Survey Studies #GEOSECS (1975)

Film about GEOSECS, the Geochemical Ocean Sections Study, a global survey of the three-dimensional distribution of chemical, isotopic and radiochemical tracers in the ocean. George Veronis of Yale University speaks about models for ocean layers and circulation in the world ocean, and data gathering by R.V. Melville (SIO) and R.V. Knorr (WHOI). Extensive footage onboard…

Abrupt cooling over the North Atlantic

Compiled recent findings on the interconnection of warming trends, and possible implications for ocean currents and what it could mean.

Abrupt cooling over the North Atlantic in modern climate models (2017) https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms14375

Is the Gulf Stream System Slowing? – the Earth101 lecture (2016) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmiVhT5cHpw

Map of North Atlantic Subpolar gyre https://instaar.colorado.edu/meetings/AW2012/abstract_details.php?abstract_id=54

James Lovelock speaks Planetary Stewardship 1991

For a historical perspective on climate progress, James Lovelock talked at The University of Kansas, addressing our responsibility in light of global warming, almost 3 decades ago in 1991. This video has been edited with the scope on the science, full release at https://archive.org/details/JAMESLOVELOCKKU Related Earthrise image by NASA https://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/image_feature_1249.html Deforestation around the Panama Canal…

Scientist explains Global Warming in 1990

Climate scientist Stephen Schneider talks climate change. Dr. Stephen Schneider is one of the most notable and outspoken scientists on the topic of climate change. His moderate and scientific approach to explaining climate change has helped congressmen, journalists, and citizens understand the complex, and often contradictory, issues related to global warming. In this ever timely…