EarthSky 22: More meteors and a word about climate models
Lead Producer and Host: Mike Brennan
Science news of the week:
Two whales that washed up in New Zealand in 2010 turned out to be some of the rarest whales in the world.
Forecasting volcanic eruptions.
Earth’s seas are rising at the maximum rate proposed by the IPCC – or faster.
Comet Hergenrother is breaking apart
Song of the Week:
The Black and White Year‘s “To Modern Science.” They are on a new label, Modern Outsider, and are working on a new album for 2013.
Featured This Week:
Meteor Showers in November! Deborah Byrd and Michael Brennan talk about the meteor showers happening now through mid-November.
Dana Falconberry‘s “Lake Charlevoix”
Future Temperatures May Be on High End of Projections Deborah Byrd and Michael Brennan talk about the new NCAR study, released in Science on November 8, that suggests temperatures in this century will climb to the high end of the formerly projected range.
Thanks for listening in to your 22 minutes of science and music!
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