Previous Tape Next Tape

Goddard TV Video Tape: G2015-088 -- Carbon & Climate Interviews


Movie

Title

Jeremy Werdell, oceanographer at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, discusses the importance of microscopic plankton in the global carbon cycle.  With his colleagues, Jeremy is working to answer important questions about how much carbon dioxide the oceans are absorbing, and how that might change in the future.   For complete transcript, click  here .  Music credit: Molecular by Mark Hawkins Jeremy Werdell: Carbon and Climate Soundbite
Lesley Ott, research meteorologist in the Global Modeling and Assimilation Center at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, discusses how NASA is working to understand the global carbon cycle.  Dr. Ott made these points on a media telecon in advance of the United Nations COP-21 climate meeting in Paris, 2015.   For complete transcript, click  here .  Music credit: Piano Dreams by Jon Wygens Lesley Ott: Carbon and Climate Soundbite
George Hurtt, professor at University of Maryland, gives information on NASA's Carbon Monitoring System in advance of the United Nations COP-21 climate meeting in Paris, 2015    For complete transcript, click  here .  Music credit: Rippling Rays by Jon Wygens George Hurtt: Carbon and Climate Soundbite