Interview with Dr. Rachel Kirpes #4
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Dr. Rachel Kirpes is a researcher studying atmospheric chemistry and aerosols in the Arctic to learn about how the Earth is warming up quickly. Using this information, she communicates this to the public! Join me on this incredible discussion, as we talk about Rachel's adventures in the Arctic, and two cute polar bears checking out their work! I was able to understand how critical natural things like the global conveyor. To learn more, listen to the exciting conversation I had with Dr. Kirpes.
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