Oct 20, 2016
from 01:30 PM to 05:30 PM
|Where||BMS Lecture Theatre, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge|
|Contact Name||Michelle Cain|
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20 October 2016
Come join us for an afternoon of short, digestible climate science talks. Learn about (or get re-acquainted with) climate science research in Cambridge. This is a free event, open to all. For organisational purposes, registration is requested.
New to Cambridge? Come meet your climate research community.
Thinking about working on a climate-related PhD in Cambridge? Stop by to investigate potential projects.
Student or researcher in Cambridge? Refresh your climate research network.
1.40pm: Cameron Petrie (Archaeology and Anthropology): Archaeology and climate
2.00pm: Liz Thomas (BAS): Ice cores and climate
2.20pm: David Coomes (Plant Sciences): Forests and climate
2.40pm: Alex Archibald (Chemistry): Chemistry and climate
3.00pm Tea break
3.30pm: Sasha Turchyn (Earth Sciences): Earth-ocean-atmosphere systems and climate
3.50pm: Poul Christoffersen (SPRI/Geography) Glaciers and climate
4.10pm: Theo Hacking (Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership): Why business needs climate science
4.30pm: Colm Caulfield (DAMTP): Ocean mixing and climate
Credit: Mario Hoppmann (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)