Cutting Edge Lecture: Environmental change in Canada’s Arctic

Posted on Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Arctic regions are experiencing high degrees of environmental change, including thinning of sea ice, increased deposition of airborne pollutants and evidence of a longer growing season. On Jan. 13, join Marianne Douglas, Director of the Canadian Circumpolar Institute and Professor of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Alberta as she presents a Cutting Edge Lecture in Science on some of her findings into the changes that are happening in the Arctic – findings that my provide clues into what future arctic conditions may prevail.

Cutting Edge Lectures in Science – Environmental change in Canada’s Arctic: how different is the present from the past? Jan. 13, 6 p.m., Redpath Museum Auditorium, 859 Sherbrooke St. W. All are welcome.

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