Loretta's presentation at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, D.C., February 19, 2005.
The pollution-climate connection. How climate change could affect pollution episodes in the United States
For a copy of the Mickley et al.  paper on which this talk is based, click here: Mickley, L.J. , D.J. Jacob, B.D. Field, and D. Rind, Effects of future climate change on regional air pollution episodes in the United States, Geophys. Res. Let., 30, L24103, doi:10.1029/2004GL021216, 2004.
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This is a sample of the media coverage.
"Global warming could block cleansing summer winds," Feb. 20, 2005, Washington Post.
"Pollution may worsen in northern US, report says," Feb. 20, 2005, Boston Globe.
"Report: Global warming could worsen U.S. pollution," Feb 21, 2005, CNN.
"Ambiente, riscaldamento globale puo peggiorare inquinamento USA," Feb. 20, 2005, Reuters Italia.
"Health warning issued for global warming," Feb 21, 2005, MSNBC News.
"Caution: Global warming may be hazardous to your health," Feb 21, 2005, Live Science.
"What's warming got to do with me?," Feb 24, 2005, The Why Files, University of Wisconsin.
"Losing the clean sweep," Sep 15, 2005, Earthwatch Radio. Click on loudspeaker icon for audio.
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