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Exploring the science of climate - for iPod/iPhone

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Exploring the science of climate - for iPod/iPhone

A podcast from The Open University
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The idea that human activities could influence global climate first emerged more than a hundred years ago, when the Swedish scientist Arrhenius warned that burning coal could lead to global warming. The tracks on this album take a historical look at the systematic study of weather and climate, from the amateur scientists of the Mannheim group in the late 18th century to the professional climate scientists of the present day. The album draws on material originally created to support The Open University course Exploring Science.

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