Target earth: the asteroid impact history of Australia - Dr Andrew Glikson, ANU
ANU Public lecture: Target earth: the asteroid impact history of Australia - Dr Andrew Glikson. This video was recorded at The Australian National University on 14 July 2010 and presented as part of the ANU Alumni Research Series. In this lecture, Dr Andrew Glikson discusses how large asteroid collisions have driven the evolution of Earth's crust and how these impacts link to mass extinction events. The origin of several major episodes of volcanism, faulting, climate changes and extinctions can
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Target earth: the asteroid impact history of Australia - Dr Andrew Glikson, ANU
ANU Public lecture: Target earth: the asteroid impact history of Australia - Dr Andrew Glikson. This video was recorded at The Australian National University on 14 July 2010 and presented as part of the ANU Alumni Research Series. In this lecture, Dr Andrew Glikson discusses how large asteroid collisions have driven the evolution of Earth's crust and how these impacts link to mass extinction events. The origin of several major episodes of volcanism, faulting, climate changes and extinctions can
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US Ambassador to Australia Jeffrey Bleich speech to ANU young scholars conference
United States Ambassador to Australia, Jeffrey Bleich, gives this address at the first ANU Climate Change Institute young scholars conference. This video was recorded at The Australian National University's Mount Stromlo Observatory on 21 July 2010. The four-day conference was an opportunity for young scholars involved in the study of climate change to present research, engage with key Australian climate change experts, study new trends in government policy and network with other researchers.
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US Ambassador to Australia Jeffrey Bleich speech to ANU young scholars conference
United States Ambassador to Australia, Jeffrey Bleich, gives this address at the first ANU Climate Change Institute young scholars conference. This video was recorded at The Australian National University's Mount Stromlo Observatory on 21 July 2010. The four-day conference was an opportunity for young scholars involved in the study of climate change to present research, engage with key Australian climate change experts, study new trends in government policy and network with other researchers.
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US Ambassador to Australia Jeffrey Bleich speech to ANU young scholars conference
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Clive Hamilton on climate engineering: The Return of Dr Strangelove, ANU Aug 2010
Professor Clive Hamilton discusses the various ideas floated in the area of climate engineering in a video recorded at The Australian National University on 4 August 2010. In Stanley Kubrick's 1964 film, Dr Strangelove was a mad scientist whose character was modelled on Dr Edward Teller, the "father of the hydrogen bomb". In the 1990s, Teller and his colleague at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Lowell Wood (a weapons researcher nicknamed "Dr Evil"), were among the first to advocate
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Clive Hamilton on climate engineering: The Return of Dr Strangelove, ANU Aug 2010
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Global Warming where is the alarm? with Dr. John Christy
Speaker: Dr. John Christy Feb 8, 2010 - AU Hotel and Dixon Conference Center - Society of American Foresters About the Speaker Dr. John R. Christy is Professor of Atmospheric Science and Director of the Earth System Science Center at the University of Alabama in Huntsville where he began studying global climate issues in 1987. In November 2000 Gov. Don Siegelman appointed him to be Alabamas State Climatologist. In 1989 Dr. Roy W. Spencer, a NASA/Marshall scientist, and Christy developed a gl
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Climate Models, Climate Forcing and Climate Change: Dr. Gavin Schmidt
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Maarten Hajer: Reframing Climate Policy
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