Global Climate Study

— Host Alex Chadwick talks with Dr. Dick Moritz, an oceanographer and director of a project that's studying global climate patterns and the effects of global warming in the Arctic Ocean. Scientists have intentionally stranded their ship in an ice floe about 300 miles north of Alaska and plan to gather data until the ice breaks up in the summer.

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