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Title Global Weirding / Director: Stewart, David
Published Australia : SBS ONE, 2014
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Summary Is our weather really getting more extreme? Scientists from America's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have discovered that over the last decade, storms have been getting faster and more powerful. The latest discoveries of the world's leading hurricane expert are even more frightening. Professor Kerry Emmanuel believes that there are new types of storms - Black Swan hurricanes - that could hit places in the world that haven't been slammed by a hurricane in recorded history. Welcome to the terrifying new world of global weirding
Event Broadcast 2014-10-27 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: G
Subject Atmosphere.
Climatic changes -- Environmental aspects.
Droughts -- Measurement.
Global warming -- Social aspects.
Hurricanes -- Forecasting.
Form Streaming video
Author Stewart, David, director
Harewood, David, cast
Dunion, Jason, contributor
Emmanuel, Kerry, contributor
Farmer, Matt, contributor
Hayhoe, Catharine, contributor
Lockwood, Mike, contributor
Roberts, Ron, contributor
Scaife, Adam, contributor
Waley-Cohen, Tamsin, contributor