Science Cafe: Hurricanes, Climate Change, and Columbus

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A lake bottom is more than rock and muck. Lakes change water temperature and chemistry seasonally. Organisms like snails and crustaceans and the sediment they die in record changing conditions and reveal a lot about the hypothetical connections between hurricanes and climate change. Monday morning at 9:00, join ideastream® host Dan Moulthrop to find out how geologists and paleontologists can predict the weather around the world from reading a lake bottom in paradise.

Guests: 

Dr. Lisa Park Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences, University of Akron
Andrew Michelson, PhD Student of Integrated Bioscience, University of Akron

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