Understanding climate change through clouds

By understanding the properties of individual water particles in the clouds, explains assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering and Chemistry at Carnegie Mellon University Ryan Sullivan, we can better predict the onset of severe storms, floods and droughts—and even human-influenced climate change.

Provided by Carnegie Mellon University

Runtime: 2:28

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