In this edition of This Green Earth Brian McInerney, Senior Hydrologist with the National Weather Service, makes his quarterly visit with Chris and Nell. They'll discuss the reasons behind our unusually warm Autumn and the record breaking temperatures of December. Is it a harbinger of things to come? Listen to this podcast of This Green Earth.
Brian McInerney, Senior Hydrologist with the National Weather Service, joins hosts Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson to discuss all things weather and climate. He summarizes our past summer's temperatures and precipitation. He also announces that Park City is getting a new Climate Station at the Public Library.
Chris and Nell first talk weather and climate with Brian McInerney, Senior Hydrologist for the National Weather Service. Then, they speak to Robert Michael Pyle, lepidopterist and noted author, about butterflies; their habits and amazing migratory patterns.
Lynn and John spend the first half of the show with Brian Mcinerney, hydrologist for the National Weather Service, who talks about the upcoming water year. In the second half, Zheng Zheng, an assistant professor of Physics and astronomy at the University of Utah, whose team discovered a "hypervelocity star" that may provide clues about the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way.
Chris Cherniak talks topics of sustainability. His first guest is Lisa Yoder, Sustainability Coordinator for Summit County, who has details on the 2014 - 2016 sustainability plan. Then, Brian McInerney, from the National Weather Service, is in to talk about weather and climate.
Senior Hydrologist Brian McInerney with the National Weather Service joins host Chris Cherniak to talk about local weather patterns and global climate issues. Chris also gives an update on the ongoing bald eagle deaths occurring in northern Utah.
The first guest is Brian McInerney, Hydrologist from the National Weather Service, talking about this past summer’s weather. The second guest is former South Carolina Congressman, Bob Inglis. He’s in town delivering talks on how conservatives can use free-enterprise to address the need for clean energy and clean air.