NA3998 Karl Kreutz, interviewed by Adam Lee Cilli, August 15, 2013, in his office in Sawyer Hall at the University of Maine, Orono. Kreutz talks about his beginnings in climate science; his graduate studies under Harold Borns at UMaine; his research in the stable isotope laboratory; conducting research in Antarctica; changes in the Climate Change Institute over the years; and the reality of anthropogenic climate change.
Text: 9 pp. transcript
Recording: mfc_na3998_audio001 54 minutes
Photo provided by the Climate Change Institute.
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Climate Change Institute, climate change, Antarctica, anthropogenic climate change, stable isotope laboratory, University of Maine
Environmental Indicators and Impact Assessment | Geology
Kreutz, Karl J., "NA3998 Karl Kreutz, interviewed by Adam Lee Cilli" (2013). MF192 Climate Change Institute 40th Anniversary Oral History Project. 20.