Presentations and Webinars (also look under "Videos")
Woods Hole Oceaographic Institution, Ocean Encounters, Heatwaves: Extreme Heat on Land and in the Ocean, 9/21/22
GBH, 1/27/22, Arctic Meltdown: Why It Matters to All of Us
Woods Hole Research Center, Kaneb Webinar Series, 5/20/10, Arctic Meltdown and Unruly Tropical Storms: How Are They Connected?
Middlebury College, Clifford Symposium, 9/20/19, Extreme Weather on the Rise, Arctic Ice on the Decline: How Are They Connected?
5 June 2019: Webinar on Climate Change Impacts on Hurricanes for Southern Alliance for Clean Energy
13 February 2019: Witness testimony at congressional hearing for the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology in Washington DC, "The State of Climate Science and Why it Matters."
Montclair State University, 10/2/18
Freshwater Society, MN, 5/9/18: The Arctic Meltdown and Extreme Weather: How Are They Connected?
New England Aquarium Lecture, 10/19/18: Crazy Weather and the Arctic Meltdown
Woodrow Wilson Center: Arctic Environmental Futures: Nexus of Science, Policy, and Operations, 29 September 2017
Webinar for Citizen's Climate Lobby, 18 July 2017
Webinar for Metcalf Institute, University of Rhode Island, 5/17/17
Seminar at Princeton Plasma Physics Lab
National Academies of Sciences, "Arctic Matters," 12/1/15
Seminar at the U. of Michigan 1/22/14
AAAS Press briefing video 2/15/14
http://new.livestream.com/ AAASmtg/Saturday/videos/ 42439221
AMS Annual Meeting 2014, recording of presentation:
Seminar at Yale University, 5/13/14:
Video of presentation at the Glen Gerberg Weather and Climate Summit in Breckenridge, CO, 14-18 January 2013, "Wacky Weather and Disappearing Arctic Sea Ice: Are They Connected?"
EarthNow Animation of Effects of Arctic Amplification on Jet Stream, created for Science on a Sphere:
Presentation at World Wildlife Fund in DC on 6/6/13, video at ClimateDesk.org by Chris Mooney
Webinar for the University of Alaska's Center for Climate Assessment and Policy, 12 October 2012
Presentation at AGU, 12/7/11. This is the first time I gave a public presentation on the new hypothesis of Arctic linkages to extreme weather in mid-latitudes. Scroll down to session U32A, my talk is near the end of the session: