NA4002 Lou McNally, interviewed by Adam Lee Cilli, April 2, 2014, over the phone, with McNally at Embry-Riddle University in Daytona Beach, Florida and Cilli in his home in Orono, Maine. McNally talks about his early career in weather broadcasting; his graduate training at UMaine; his master’s and doctoral research, in which he used the techniques of historical climatology to create a weather map for the entire northeastern United States for year 1785; the Climate Change Institute’s role in educating the public about climate change; the reality of anthropogenic climate change; and the CCI’s interdisciplinary character.
Text: 7 pp. transcript
Recording: mfc_na4002_audio001 34 minutes
Photo provided by the Climate Change Institute.
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Climate Change Institute, climate change, weather broadcasting, historical climatology, anthropogenic climate change, University of Maine
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McNally, Lou, "NA4002 Lou McNally, interviewed by Adam Lee Cilli" (2014). MF192 Climate Change Institute 40th Anniversary Oral History Project. 24.