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Understanding Climate Change

IPCC Working Group I Report
Teleconference hosted by NCAR on February 2, 2007

  MP3 file of WG1 teleconference (8.8MB ~ 1 hour 20 minutes)

Paris Press Conference and Summary for Policymakers
The official press conference held in Paris with the Working Group I co-chairs, as well as a PDF of the WG1 Summary for Policymakers, may be found at the main IPCC Web site.

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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the first major segment of its new assessment report in Paris on Friday, February 2. Four U.S. scientists who helped write the assessment took part in a teleconference for the media that morning:

IPCC Working Group II Report
Teleconference hosted by NCAR on April 6, 2007

audioicon  MP3 file of WG2 teleconference (7.8MB ~ 1 hour 10 minutes)

Brussels Press Conference and Summary for Policymakers
The official press conference held in Brussels with the Working Group II co-chairs, as well as a PDF of the WG2 Summary for Policymakers, may be found at the main IPCC Web site.

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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the second major segment of its new assessment report in Brussels on Friday, April 6. Five U.S. scientists who helped write the assessment took part in a teleconference for the media that morning:

Trenberth Kevin Trenberth, NCAR
Coordinating Lead Author, Chapter 3 (observations of surface and atmospheric climate change)
Mearns Linda Mearns, NCAR
Lead Author, Chapter 2 (New Assessment Methodologies and the Characterization of Future Conditions)
Mearns Linda Mearns, NCAR
Lead Author, Chapter 11 (projections of future regional climate)
Kathleen Miller Kathleen Miller, NCAR
Lead Author, Chapter 3 (Fresh Water Resources and Their Management)
Meehl Gerald Meehl, NCAR
Coordinating Lead Author, Chapter 10 (global climate projections, including climate change to 2100 and beyond)
Susanne Moser Susanne Moser, NCAR
Contributing Author, Chapter 6 (Coastal Systems and Low-Lying Areas)
Somerville Richard Somerville, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego
Coordinating Lead Author, Chapter 1 (historical overview of climate change science)
Patricia Romero Lankao Patricia Romero Lankao, NCAR
Coordinating Lead Author, Chapter 7 (Industry, Settlement, and Society), as well as lead author of both the Summary for Policy Makers and the Technical Summary
    Patricia Romero Lankao Jonathan Patz, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Lead Author, Chapter 14 (North America)

Listen to the teleconferences at the MP3 links above.

 

 


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