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SoGES Antarctic Lecture Series begins on Sept. 9

September 6, 2013

Adrian Howkins will present "Taylor's Valley: What the history of Antarctica's 'heroic era' can contribute to contemporary ecological research in the McMurdo Dry Valleys."

Adrian HowkinsThe first in the School of Global Environmental Sustainability's Antarctic Lecture Series on Monday, Sept. 9,  at 7 p.m. at the Poudre River Public Old Town Library, 201 Peterson St. in Fort Collins.

This lecture, "Taylor's Valley: What the history of Antarctica's 'heroic era' can contribute to contemporary ecological research in the McMurdo Dry Valleys," will be presented by Adrian Howkins, CSU professor of history. He will discuss the 100-year environmental history of human activities in one of the most extreme deserts in the world. These records provide important insights for today's scientific research.

Our next in the Antarctic Lecture Series will be Oct. 14 and feature Bill Spindler speaking on “South Pole – Then and Now: Building for Science.”


Contact: Kristin Pinaturo
E-mail: kristin.pinatuo@colostate.edu