January 24, 2019 / Modified feb 6, 2019 2:19 p.m.

Episode 165: Climate and the Deep Blue Sea

Transforming how oceanographers measure and forecast changes in Earth's climate

UA Science Lecture Climate and the Deep Blue Sea The 2019 UA Science Lecture Series, Searching for Certainty, explores the debates and discoveries, from scientists across disciplines, that are shaping science today.
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Episode 165: Joellen Russell, University of Arizona Geosciences Associate Professor

University of Arizona geosciences associate professor Joellen Russell talks about how her work as an oceanographer with floating robots and sensors is transforming how scientists measure and forecast changes in Earth's climate. Prof. Russell will present a lecture on the subject as part of the 2019 UA College of Science Lecture Series.

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UA geosciences professor Joellen Russell spoke with Tim Swindle of the University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Lab.

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