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The answer is coming with the wind … Long-term continental stable isotope records of paleoclimate and topography change
The Department of Earth Sciences presents the spring 2012 K. Douglas Nelson Lecture Series, this week featuring Prof. Andreas Mulch, vice director of the Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre and Professor at Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main, Institute of Geoscience in Germany. His title is “The answer is coming with the wind…: Long-term continental stable isotope records of paleoclimate and topography change.” The lecture will be on Thursday February 23, at 4:00 pm in room 113 Heroy Geology Lab. Refreshments will be served.
Anyone wishing to meet with Dr. Mulch can contact his host, Professor Suzanne Baldwin. The University community and public are welcome to attend.
Contact Person: Bonnie Andrews