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Rhian Salmon

  • JP
  • 23 Sep 06, 11:39 AM

Dr Rhian Salmon is an Atmospheric Chemist working for the International Polar Year.

Rhian told us what it's like to be working on evidence to prove global warming whilst those statements were being made. And to be doing it thousands of miles away from the outside world in a lab in the Antarctic made from 3 sea containers with the same 18 people for company and no hope of getting out for at least 16 months.

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  1. At 03:21 PM on 23 Sep 2006, Ed Iglehart wrote:

    RAS,

    Greetings from a longtime greenie and congrats on the IPY website. Looks good, and it's worth checking out somewhere cooler to migrate to, eh?

    My creds on the climate change issue:
    http://home.btconnect.com/tipiglen/crit2.html

    Good luck with your goal of increasing informed awareness
    Vaya con Gaia
    ed

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