Chasing Ghosts: Risk, Resilience, and Disaster in...
- Aired: 03/24/2010
- Rating: TV-G
Rick Keller, Associate Professor, Department of Medical History and Bioethics, UW-Madison
Professor Rick Keller takes a deeper look into the extraordinary heat was that hit central Europe, most specifically France, in August of 2003. The daytime highs were 105-120 degrees Fahrenheit. The problem was nighttime lows were still as high as 70 degrees Fahrenheit, resulting in death and destruction.
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