Walking on thin ice? Arctic Sea Ice and why it matters. In September, we saw the one of the lowest Sea Ice coverages of the Arctic that has EVER been recorded. Arctic Sea Ice is frequently touted as a primary example of the impact of climate change, but a lot of the data is misleading or even wrong. This talk will look at how ice is impacted and what this does to the rest of the ecosystem and the planet. Even includes some cute pictures of polar bears
Students wishing to register for Science Seminar may take it for credit as Ge Sc 190/1 (items 6080 and 6082 respectively).
Presented by: Rus Higley (Biology)
Location: Building 3, Room 102