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CWG's Ann Posegate was part of a group of journalists selected by the National Science Foundation to travel to Antarctica in January and report on weather, climate and environmental science research going on there. In this video, she interviews South Pole meteorology manager Tim Markle. Read more about Ann's trip from previous posts.
Video courtesy of the National Environmental Education Foundation, available for download here.
| March 5, 2010; 11:00 AM ET
Categories: International Weather, Posegate
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