Scientists take to Twitter to address Hurricane Sandy
by Cassady Craighill
October 30, 2012
Check out the Twitter conservation from scientists in response to Hurricane Sandy. Thanks to Inside Climate News for aggregating this 21st century conversation.
Here’s what we found most interesting:
Katharine Hayhoe, a professor of atmospheric sciences at Texas Tech University:
Jonathan Overpeck, a professor of geosciences and atmospheric sciences at the University of Arizona and a climate scientist for 30 years.
#sandy– sorry for all RTs but it is misleading to talk about why this storm is so bad and not mention the contributions of Anthro GW!
Froma senior meteorologist at AccuWeather (and climate skeptic)
From Michael Mann, a Penn State University climate scientist