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april, 2017

4apr7:00 pm- 8:00 pmSuds & Science at The Norwich InnNorwich, VT

Event Details

The arctic is warming faster than any other global region, causing widespread changes to plant and animal populations in an already extreme environment. Satellite records provide important information about changing ice conditions and when tundra greens, but fieldwork is critical to make sense of what’s really happening on the ground.
Jeff Kerby, an ecologist at Dartmouth College, will talk about past and future arctic change, and his experiences in the field in Greenland and Canada. He works extensively with drones to map tundra change, and will discuss how technology and photography are helping scientists keep pace with a system undergoing rapid changes.

Time

(Tuesday) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

The Norwich Inn

325 S. Main Street, Norwich, VT

Organizer

The Vermont Center for Ecostudies

802-649-1431/szahendra@vtecostudies.org

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