Teach Me About the Great Lakes

This is a warm winter! Last winter was a warm winter! Are they all going to be warm winters? And, if so, what does that mean going forward? Stuart and Ethan speak with Dr. Richard Rood of the University of Michigan to find out. Plus, Great Lakes News with our brand new(s) correspondent, Anna Sysling.

Show Notes

Show links:

Dr. Rood's OpenClimate website
This month's Great Lakes Now episode
Apostle islands ice paper
Ridiculously Resilient Ridge
RRR the movie
Polar amplification
Red Hawk Ann Arbor
About Boreal Forests

Show credits:
Host & Executive Producer: Stuart Carlton
Senior Producer: Carolyn Foley
Producers: Hope Charters, Megan Gunn, & Irene Miles
Co-host and Associate Producer: Ethan Chitty
Edited by: Quinn Rose
Podcast art by: Joel Davenport
Music by: Stuart Carlton

Creators & Guests

Stuart Carlton
Stuart Carlton is the Assistant Director of the Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant College Program. He manages the day-to-day operation of IISG and works with the IISG Director and staff to coordinate all aspects of the program. He is also a Research Assistant Professor and head of the Coastal and Great Lakes Social Science Lab in the Department of Forestry & Natural Resources at Purdue, where he and his students research the relationship between knowledge, values, trust, and behavior in complex or controversial environmental systems.

What is Teach Me About the Great Lakes?

A monthly podcast in which Stuart Carlton (a native New Orleanian) asks smart people to teach him about the Great Lakes. Co-hosted by the awesome staff at Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant.