“The Global Warming-Extreme Weather Link: Media Hype or Climate Reality?”
Madhav Khandekar is a former Research Scientist from Environment Canada and was an Expert Reviewer for the IPCC 2007 climate change documents. He holds M Sc in Statistics from Pune University (India) and both M S and PH D in Meteorology from the Florida State University USA. Khandekar has been in the weather & climate science for over 56 years and has published over 150 papers, reports, book reviews and scientific commentaries. While at Environment Canada, Khandekar wrote a book ‘Operational Analysis and Prediction of Ocean Wind Waves’ published by Springer-Verlag in December 1989. He is the lead Author on a Chapter on ‘Extreme Weather’ in ‘Climate Change Reconsidered II’ published by the NIPCC in September 2013. Khandekar continues his research at present on global weather anomalies, climate change and Indian/Asian monsoon inter-annual variability.
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