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Jean Jouzel

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  00:08:00  2002  Color  Sound

An interview with Jean Jouzel, Director of the Institut Pierre Simon Laplace in Paris, who received the CNRS Gold Medal in 2002 jointly with Claude Lorius. Jean Jouzel develops mathematical models for calculating climate warming as a function of the nature and gas content of the atmosphere. Bubbles of air in ice cores collected in the Antarctic reveal the composition of the atmosphere in past centuries. Scientists thus obtain correlations between greenhouse gases and climate cycles. Jean Jouzel has refined the existing models while stressing the importance of isotopic abundance of oxygen-18 in the air bubbles.

Associate producer : CNRS Images Média
 
Author : DARS Jean-François (CNRS Images media, UPS CNRS, Ivry-sur-Seine) PAPILLAULT Anne (CNRS Images media, UPS CNRS, Ivry-sur-Seine)
Director : DARS Jean-François (CNRS Images media, UPS CNRS, Ivry-sur-Seine) PAPILLAULT Anne (CNRS Images media, UPS CNRS, Ivry-sur-Seine)
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Audiovisual processPrises de vues réelles. Utilisation de photographies d'archives en noir et blanc.
Interventions en son direct. Musique (Beethoven, sonate op. 31 La Tempête).
PersonnalitiesJOUZEL Jean
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Earth Sciences

kThematique

Climatologie

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Item No.1064
PublicLarge audience
Original Supportvideo Beta SP
VersionFrench
Delivery supportBeta SP