Dr. Katey Walter Anthony presentation on Arctic Climate Change

September 24, 2015 at 78:15 pm[1h 15m]
Nobel Hall, Room 201

Dr. Katey Walter Anthony presentation on Arctic Climate Change Nobel Hall, Room 201

Today at 7:00pm in Nobel Hall, Room 201, Dr. Katey Walter Anthony, Associate Professor of Water & Environment at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks will be presenting a talk titled "Permafrost Thaw and Methane Emissions From Arctic Lakes"

Katey is an aquatic ecologist and biogeochemist who studies greenhouse gas emissions from permafrost and thermokarst lakes in Alaska and Siberia. Her research has been featured by Nature, Science, National Geographic, The Tipping Points TV series, the New York Times, ScienceDaily, and many others. She is an enthusiastic field researcher and lover of outdoor adventure.

The talk is free and open to the public.

AudiencePublic
ContactJudith Helmeke — 507-933-7320
CategoryGeneral
SponsorThe Gustavus Department of Geography