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This is the first in a multi-part series of podcasts on "NASA Solutions to Climate Change."  You can learn more about this series at http://climate.nasa.gov/solutions/adaptation-mitigation

In this first podcast, we look at "Responding to Climate Change."

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This is the fifth in a series of five podcasts on "Ask a Climate Scientist," a series produced by NASA.  You can learn more about this series at http://climate.nasa.gov

In this podcast, Jet Propulsion Scientist, Josh Willis, was asked, "Does the scientific community feel that global warming is decreasing or increasing?"

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This is the fourth in a series of five podcasts on "Ask a Climate Scientist," a series produced by NASA.  You can learn more about this series at http://climate.nasa.gov

In this podcast, Dr. Molly Brown, research scientist at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, was asked this question about Extreme Weather and Global Warming:

"Will climate change drastically reduce our food production, or will it change what we produce?"

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This is the third in a series of five podcasts on "Ask a Climate Scientist," a series produced by NASA.  You can learn more about this series at http://climate.nasa.gov

In this podcast, Bill Patzert, oceanography research scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab, was asked this question about Extreme Weather and Global Warming:

"Extreme weather was more frequent in recent years, is it a sign that global warming is gaining pace and exceeding predictions?"

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This is the second in a series of five podcasts on "Ask a Climate Scientist," a series produced by NASA.  You can learn more about this series at http://climate.nasa.gov

In this podcast, Tom Wagner, program scientist for cryospheric research at NASA, was asked this question about Climate Change and Humans:

"How does climate change affect humans?"

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This is the first in a series of five podcasts on "Ask a Climate Scientist," a series produced by NASA.  You can learn more about this series at http://climate.nasa.gov

In this podcast, Dr. Pete Hildebrand, an atmospheric scientist and recently retired Director of the Earth Science Division at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, was asked this question about Carbon Dioxide and Temperature:

"Is there any merit to the studies that show that historical CO2 levels lag behind temperature changes, not lead them?"

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This is the fifth and final podcast in a multi-part podcast series on the faces behind NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory Project (OCO2), which was launched on July 2, 2014.  For more information, please visit:

http://oco.jpl.nasa.gov

In this podcast, we focus in on "The Mission."

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This is the fourth in a multi-part podcast series on the faces behind NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory Project (OCO2), which was launched on July 2, 2014.  For more information, please visit:

http://oco.jpl.nasa.gov

In this podcast, we meet the Science Data Applications Lead: Karen Yuen

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This is the third in a multi-part podcast series on the faces behind NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory Project (OCO2), which was launched on July 2, 2014.  For more information, please visit:

http://oco.jpl.nasa.gov

In this podcast, we meet the Science Lead: David Crisp

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This is the second in a multi-part podcast series on the faces behind NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory Project (OCO2), which was launched on July 2, 2014.  For more information, please visit:

http://oco.jpl.nasa.gov

In this podcast, we meet the Deputy Scientist: AnnMarie Eldering

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