Previous Climate Center Speakers

Climate of South America workshop, Fall 2019

Magaly Koch. Center for Remote Sensing Boston University. Food and Water Security in Arid Regions: Remote Sensing of Water Availability in Egypt Under Changing Conditions. March 28, 2019.

David Brezinky. Maryland Geological Survey. Influences of climate on Late Devonian Depositional Systems of the Central Appalachians. March 7, 2019.

Matthew Finkenbinder. Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences, Wilkes University. When was it Wet, When was it Dry, and Why: A Holocene Climate Record from the Northern Rocky Mountains of Montana. March 5, 2019.

Jasmine Saros. Climate Change Institute, University of Maine. Paleo and Contemporary Perspectives on Climate Driven Ecosystem Change in West Greenland. February 6, 2019.

Lesleigh Anderson. Geosciences and Environmental Change Science Center United States Geological Survey. Holocene Hydroclimate and Drought in Western North America: Patterns and Variability Indicated by Isotope Proxies of Paleoenvironmental Water, Alaska and Alpine Colorado. November 1, 2018.

Raghumani Yengkhom Singh. Department of Earth Science Manipur University, India. Vegetation History, Monsoonal Fluctuations and Anthropogenic Impact During the Last 2330 Years from Loktak Lake, Manipur, Northeast India. July 3, 2018.

Alexander Wolfe. Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences University of Alberta. Exceptional Polar Amplification of Eocene Climate Under Modest Greenhouse Gas Forcing. April 12, 2018.

Colin Kelley. The Center of Climate and Security, Columbia University. Climate and Security: The Complex Relationship between Vulnerability and Weather and Climate Variability and Change. April 11, 2018.