Robert McLean's Podcast

Véronique Lago talks with Climate Conversations about deep ocean currents

June 10, 2019 Season 2 Episode 130
Robert McLean's Podcast
Véronique Lago talks with Climate Conversations about deep ocean currents
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Robert McLean's Podcast
Véronique Lago talks with Climate Conversations about deep ocean currents
Jun 10, 2019 Season 2 Episode 130
Robert McLean/Véronique Lago
Climate change and deep ocean currents
Show Notes

The University of New South Wales posted a general information story about Véronique Lago on Twitter and where listed some of her credentials and she immediately appeared a natural choice as a subject to interview for Climate Conversations.
Véronique, who has been with the university's "Climate Change Research Centre" is now involved with a relatively new project that is considering Australia's carbon emissions.
She is a French/Canadian who has been in Australia for eight years and has found it an ideal place to study oceanography as the country is surrounded by water.
Véronique worked in 2007/8 on a Canadian icebreaker in the Arctic, including an overwintering project, moving constantly through the region that links the Arctic Ocean to the Canadian archipelago.



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