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Difference between Climate and Weather

This 1-minute animation cleverly explains the difference between trend (climate) and variation (weather). Produced by Teddy TV, broadcast on NRK, animated by Ole Christoffer Haga, written by Magnus Nome.


The Climate, It Is A-Changin' (Superior Science in 2 Minutes)

Diane Desotelle, Climate Change Extension Educator with Minnesota Sea Grant, joins Northland's NewsCenter host Jeanne Filkins to talk about Great Lakes climate change and what you can do to mitigate the negative effects. For more information, visit www.seagrant.umn.edu/climate. View the 1-mintue video version here.


Lake Superior Research Video

UMD Professor Jay Austin explains his research about climate change with the Great Lakes Observatory on Lake Superior.


Lake Temperatures, Changing Planet

NBC Learn, the educational arm of NBC News, produced "Lake Temperatures" as part of the Changing Planet series. In the video, Jay Austin, Associate Professor of Physics and researcher for the University of Minnesota Duluth's Large Lakes Observatory explains what researchers are discovering about Lake Superior's warming surface temperature.


NOAA Administrator Dr. Jane Lubchenco: Climate Change and Climate Impasse

NOAA Administrator Dr. Jane Lubchenco talks about the climate change impacts predicted for the United Sates and mitigating and adapting to a changing climate from the COP15 conference in Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark on December 14, 2009.


Sugar Maples and Climate Change, Lake Superior

This video shows a field site near Wawa, Ontario, where a team of Northern Illinois University students are investigating how sugar maples might respond to climate change.


Lake Superior and Climate Change (Part 1)

In the Institute on the Environment's video series, researchers at the University of Minnesota Duluth campus discuss the impacts of climate on Lake Superior.


Lake Superior and Climate Change (Part 2)

In the Institute on the Environment's video series, researchers at the University of Minnesota Duluth campus discuss the impacts of climate on Lake Superior.


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