Tony Barnston Talks the Warmest Year on Record for Contiguous United States

by | January 16, 2013
Category: News

Photo: NOAA climate.gov

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently designated 2012 as the warmest year on record (1895-2012) for the contiguous United States. In this video interview,  C+S faculty member and chief forecaster at the International Research Institute for Climate and Society, Tony Barnston explains what climate factors came into play to create this record high year.

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