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Title Climate Change [electronic resource] / Produced by Evan Clark
Publication Info Geelong, Victoria : Switch International, 2010.



Descript 1 online resource (24 min.)
002342
Note Across the world, a series of extreme weather events are affecting local conditions in a variety of ways. Some areas are getting drier, and hotter, while others are getting wetter, as floods are becoming more frequent, and more extreme. Formal weather records go back 150 years. While these records indicate wildly varying climates, conditions have never changed as rapidly as they are changing now. The most notably changes due to Global Warming are occurring at the poles, with polar icecaps melting at an almost frightening rate.
In English.
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Series Extreme Environments
Subject Science & Engineering -- Science -- Environmental Science
Social Sciences -- Environmental Studies -- Ecology
Social Sciences -- Environmental Studies -- Environmental Science
Research
Climate change
Glaciers
Weather
Environment
Antarctica
China
Sao Joao da Barra
Alt author Clark, Evan Producer.
Rogers, Simon Narrator.
Descript 1 online resource (24 min.)
002342
Note Across the world, a series of extreme weather events are affecting local conditions in a variety of ways. Some areas are getting drier, and hotter, while others are getting wetter, as floods are becoming more frequent, and more extreme. Formal weather records go back 150 years. While these records indicate wildly varying climates, conditions have never changed as rapidly as they are changing now. The most notably changes due to Global Warming are occurring at the poles, with polar icecaps melting at an almost frightening rate.
In English.
Series Extreme Environments
Subject Science & Engineering -- Science -- Environmental Science
Social Sciences -- Environmental Studies -- Ecology
Social Sciences -- Environmental Studies -- Environmental Science
Research
Climate change
Glaciers
Weather
Environment
Antarctica
China
Sao Joao da Barra
Alt author Clark, Evan Producer.
Rogers, Simon Narrator.

Subject Science & Engineering -- Science -- Environmental Science
Social Sciences -- Environmental Studies -- Ecology
Social Sciences -- Environmental Studies -- Environmental Science
Research
Climate change
Glaciers
Weather
Environment
Antarctica
China
Sao Joao da Barra
Descript 1 online resource (24 min.)
002342
Note Across the world, a series of extreme weather events are affecting local conditions in a variety of ways. Some areas are getting drier, and hotter, while others are getting wetter, as floods are becoming more frequent, and more extreme. Formal weather records go back 150 years. While these records indicate wildly varying climates, conditions have never changed as rapidly as they are changing now. The most notably changes due to Global Warming are occurring at the poles, with polar icecaps melting at an almost frightening rate.
In English.
Alt author Clark, Evan Producer.
Rogers, Simon Narrator.

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