When:
Thursday, Sep 28, 2017 7:00p -
8:30p

Where:
Simon's IMAX Theatre
1 Central Wharf
Boston, Massachusetts 02110

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Admission:
FREE

Categories:
Lectures & Conferences

Event website:
http://support.neaq.org/site/Calendar?id=107305&view=Detail

Scott Doney, Ph.D., Joe D. and Helen J. Kington Professor in Environmental Change, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia

The western Antarctic Peninsula is experiencing some of the most dramatic climate change on the planet and is a natural laboratory for studying how ocean ecosystems respond to climate. Rapid ocean-atmosphere warming, melting of coastal glaciers, and reductions in seasonal ice cover all echo throughout the marine food web from seawater chemistry, plankton, and krill to top predators, including penguins and marine mammals. Using the wealth of data from the Palmer Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) programs, the talk will highlight key lessons from field expeditions, autonomous robots, satellite remote sensing, and models regarding changing conditions in the Southern Ocean and Antarctic.

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28/09/2017 19:00:00 28/09/2017 20:30:00 15 Climate Change along the Western Antarctic Peninsula Scott Doney, Ph.D., Joe D. and Helen J. Kington Professor in Environmental Change, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia The western Antarctic Peninsula is experiencing so... Simon's IMAX Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts 02110 Organizer Organizer e-mail false DD/MM/YYYY Reddit