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One 50-Minute Lecture: "150,000 Years of Climate Change in Ithaca and a Look at the Next 150"

Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 5:00pm to 5:50pm

Toby Ault, Assistant Professor, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences; College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

G01 Auditorium, Uris Hall

Over the last 150,000 years our species has flourished in spite of two epic glacial periods, surviving the extreme climatic volatility of the past through ingenuity, adaptability, and cooperation. In this talk, I will present a general overview of global climate change over this time period, and present a cautiously optimistic vision for the future.

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