Paramount Importance

Professor Charitha Pattiaratchi on the science behind waves, tides, climate change and the missing plane MH370

March 07, 2019 Episode 1
Paramount Importance
Professor Charitha Pattiaratchi on the science behind waves, tides, climate change and the missing plane MH370
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Paramount Importance
Professor Charitha Pattiaratchi on the science behind waves, tides, climate change and the missing plane MH370
Mar 07, 2019 Episode 1
Kurt Krispyn

Professor Charitha Pattiaratchi of the University of Western Australia for over 30 years, is a highly regarded Professor on Oceanography and has been published in more than 300 journals including over 100 peer-reviewed international journals. His research entails climate change effects and how it links to ocean currents, wind and wave climate, sea level variability, coastal flooding, beach stability and in recent years the ocean currents to determine where the plane wreckage of flight MH370 might be. Big wave surfer Henry Davies and I (Kurt Krispyn) joined Professor Pattiaratchi at the Indian Ocean Marine Research Centre discussing and discovering the underlying science about waves, tides, climate change, rising sea level and the wreckage of flight MH370.

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Professor Charitha Pattiaratchi of the University of Western Australia for over 30 years, is a highly regarded Professor on Oceanography and has been published in more than 300 journals including over 100 peer-reviewed international journals. His research entails climate change effects and how it links to ocean currents, wind and wave climate, sea level variability, coastal flooding, beach stability and in recent years the ocean currents to determine where the plane wreckage of flight MH370 might be. Big wave surfer Henry Davies and I (Kurt Krispyn) joined Professor Pattiaratchi at the Indian Ocean Marine Research Centre discussing and discovering the underlying science about waves, tides, climate change, rising sea level and the wreckage of flight MH370.

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