Earth Sciences Update

GUESTS: ALAN ROBOCK Professor, Climatology Rutgers University New Brunswick, New Jersey VICTOR PIZZO Physicist, Space Environment Center National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Boulder, Colorado HOWARD SINGER Chief, Research and Development Division Space Environment Center National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Boulder, Colorado Earlier this month, a team of scientists documented how much the Arctic ice is shrinking, and they say human activity most likely led to the substantial melt. This week, earth scientists are meeting in San Francisco to talk about this and other research. So from our climate to space weather, in this hour we've got a round-up of the latest earth science news.

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