The Weekend Wonk: Mauri Pelto on Antarctic Rescue, Glacier Melt, and California Drought

January 5, 2014

I had the pleasure of skyping with Dr. Mauri Pelto on Friday.
I was lucky enough to get invited along on part of Dr. Pelto’s glacier survey trip in 2012, on Easton Glacier in the northern Cascades, and he remains a frequent correspondent and resource for this series.
We talked about recent events, including the rescue of scientists in the Antarctic, recent extreme weather, and the California drought.

There’s more, that I may post later, several balls in play today.

2 Responses to “The Weekend Wonk: Mauri Pelto on Antarctic Rescue, Glacier Melt, and California Drought”


  1. […] greatest concentration of ice – somehow proves there is no climate change. In my interview with Glaciologist Mauri Pelto,  we discussed how global warming and glacier melt has actually made that particular area of […]


  2. […] posted the first part  last weekend, here. Worth a listen for his take on the rescue of scientists from Antarctic ice that we’ve heard […]


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