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Earth Day Teach-In: Global Warming Impacts on the Arctic and Arctic Peoples - Shared screen with speaker view
Ben Edwards
15:15
Good morning everyone!!!
Maria Bruno
15:24
Good morning!!
seamusmccloskey
16:13
Good Morning
Deb Peters
16:48
Good morning!
allisonmiller
17:47
https://www.dickinson.edu/earthday
Maggie H.
34:25
Will the power point be available after as well as the recording?
Lindsey Lyons
49:01
We will post recordings on www.dickinson.edu/earthday
Maggie H.
49:41
The slides are harder to see on the smaller screen ppt would be great to read links and such.
Lindsey Lyons
50:10
Have artic people questioned your carbon footprint in traveling to the artic so frequently? How have you handled these questions from natives?
seamusmccloskey
50:33
With the arctic ice and how it impacts the world today what can we expect in the future with snow and glaciers
Neil Leary
52:56
The arctic is a place with ice and ecosystems that are very sensitive to climate change. It is also a place where many people earn their living from extracting fossil energy and minerals. How does this influence discussions about climate change in Alaska and other places in high northern latitudes?
Angelo Tarzona
53:09
Could we see estimate the time or rate it would take for the sea level to increase via NOAA data or monitoring the egg code?
Abby Kaija
57:18
Have Arctic researchers partnered with the Native Peoples to learn/apply their traditional ecological knowledge? And/or have their voices amplified as stewards of the changing ecosystems?
sarahwood
01:00:15
Thank you so much professor Ben Edwards !!
voneckman@yahoo.com
01:00:31
Thank you! ve
Maggie H.
01:00:38
Thanks, guys!
katherinekerin
01:00:42
Thank you!!!
seamusmccloskey
01:00:46
Thank you
Deb Peters
01:00:46
LOL....love the shirt! Thanks Ben!
Katrina Raab
01:00:47
Thank you so much!
NG Duong
01:00:50
thank you!
Lindsey Lyons
01:00:52
Great jon Ben!