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Caitlin Saks Sep 5
Robots, Outer space, Antarctica, and maybe finding life on other planets. What more could you want when reporting a story?
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Jennifer Welsh Jul 30
'I can't see people ignoring this, so that makes me optimistic.' - Paleoclimatologist Jeremy Shakum
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Dorean πŸ’πŸΎβ€β™€οΈπŸŒΉ Jul 30
Replying to @novapbs
"Science has painted the picture pretty clearly" - Dr. Kirk Johnson
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Dorean πŸ’πŸΎβ€β™€οΈπŸŒΉ Jul 30
Replying to @novapbs
Time for coming this Winter on . (Heatmiser just so happened to appear in my search)
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NOVA | PBS Sep 5
Robots, outer space, Antarctica, oh my! NOVA's science editor, Caitlin Saks, shares with how an undersea robot might help us explore extraterrestrial life and the effects of climate change here on Earth.
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Melanie Wallace Oct 13
sunny is good
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Caitlin Saks Jul 30
Polar Extremes visits a gold mine to find... fossils? Heaven for .
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Jennifer Welsh Jul 30
'This program gives you a surprising view of the Arctic ... Imagine and ice-free Arctic ... or, an Arctic covered by dinosaurs.' - Host Kirk Johnson
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NOVA | PBS May 25
For the last year, NOVA producers have been chasing the ups and downs of this soon-to-be-iconic temperature curve with . Want to learn more? Stay tuned for coming in early 2020. via
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Rob Owen Jul 30
Wondering why long-time EP Paula Apsell is not here for panel and turns out I missed a whole bit of drama
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Caitlin Saks Nov 3
En route to the Cape Royds penguin colony. Very windy day, wearing all my layers.
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Jennifer Welsh Jul 30
'I'm a perpetual optimist. We've got the science to a point where we know what to do now ... Every one of the 7.1 billion people on this planet will be affected by climate change.' - Host Kirk Johnson
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ONTVtoday Jul 30
If all polar ice melted, the world's sea level would rise 200 feet, says Kirk Johnson, host of
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ONTVtoday Jul 30
'The Earth's distant past is relevant to your immediate future.' – Kirk Johnson, host of
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Dorean πŸ’πŸΎβ€β™€οΈπŸŒΉ Jul 30
Replying to @novapbs
Dr. Maureen E. Raymo just explained how the rising temperatures are impacting the indigenous people of the Arctic region. We should talk more about that when discussing climate change
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ONTVtoday Jul 30
Climate change is happening fastest at the poles, says Dr. Jeremy Shakun
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Maureen Raymo Jul 30
Watch for your favorite Earth scientists on ! Including Jeremy Shakun (and his Dire Wolf), amazing host Kirk Johnson ⁦⁩ , Julie Brigham-Grette ⁦⁩, Jim White ⁦⁩, and others. πŸ˜€
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Caitlin Saks Jul 30
Just tapping into my inner dire wolf with this 12,000 year old fossil cast @ . Getting psyched because WINTER IS COMING which means so is !!
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SustainableMVC Nov 8
The latest Sustainable Future @ MVC! Thanks to
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Eileen Campion Jul 30
"Is future warming inevitable or can we slow or stop it?" a reporter asks. host Kirk Johnson : "Science has painted the picture clearly." Marine geologist adds: "It's time to transition to a non-carbon based economy."
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