Climate Change: From East to West and Pole to Pole
Saturday, 3 June, 2023
For those who missed the live zoom presentation or would like a second look, Climate Change: From East to West and Pole to Pole, the multi-lecture program was recorded and is now available through a click HERE.
The reality of climate change is discussed and explained by two experts who demonstrate their research through photographs, comparative data, and graphics. Dr. Curt Stager, professor in the Department of Natural Sciences at Paul Smith's College, offers information from the standpoint of the Adirondacks, thereby the north. Dr. Pamela Hallock Muller, professor in the College of Marine Science at the University of South Florida, offers scientific evidence from the south. And scientist, Antarctic explorer Dr. Sam Bowser moderates the program while speaking about his first-hand experience observing life on the seafloor of the Southern Ocean. The three researcher-scientists speak from their knowledge, experience, and constant vigilance on the subject of climate as they report their latest findings from the perspective of where they live and work to the whole Earth.
Curt Stager holds a BA in Biology & Geology from Bowdoin College and PhD in Zoology & Geology from Duke University. He is a paleoclimatologist.
Pamela Hallock Muller received a BA in Zoology from the University of Montana and a PhD in Oceanography from the University of Hawaii. She is an oceanographer and geobiologist.
Sam Bowser started his college education at SUNY Orange where he received his Associate’s degree. He then went on to obtain a PhD from SUNY University at Albany. He is a protistologist.
Drs. Stager, Hallock Muller, and Bowser share their knowledge in down-to-earth terms with visuals.
The video is available through July 31.
This presentation offers the opportunity of receiving one PDH-CEU for attendance and completion of a few short questions. For further information, inquire at email@example.com
Photo credit to Mike Lynch and Laura Von Rosk