A fascinating lecture to start the season
Posted by Laura Haskins - Library Director on July 22, 2012
The summer science lecture series got off to a fascinating start last night with Ed Berg telling us about the evidence that can be read about past climate impacts on the Kenai Peninsula and what these tell us is likely in the years to come. Thanks to everyone who attended!
As followup, here are the links that deal with the discussion of El Niño:
- NOAA Sea Surface Temperatures maps and animations
- General El Niño page
- El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Diagnostic Discussion
We also want to convey special gratitude to Mark Janes, Nuka Research, Jere Murray, the Senior Meals Program, and Shad Haller for tech support.
Plan to join us for the next exciting lecture in this series on August 11 in the Multipurpose Room.
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