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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Responses of Wisconsin's Ecosystems to Climate Change -...

  • Aired: 04/09/2009
  • 43:53
  • Rating: TV-G
Jack Williams, Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, UW-Madison In the second half of a two-part lecture series, Jack Williams discusses regional and continental climate and temperature changes causing significant ecological changes and how that affects us in North America.
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Jack Williams speaks about the ecological consequences due to climate changes.
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