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Melting down at the poles: What are the differences?


A panel of polar scientists will examine the rapid changes happening at the poles; how this influences us globally, including effects on biodiversity and extreme events; and how models can help us predict and understand these changes.

Wednesday, February 13
5-6:30 p.m.
Avogadro's Number
605 S. Mason Street

Join the School of Global Environmental Sustainability for an exciting discussion by leading polar scientists on the rapid changes affecting the poles, their biodiversity and us.

Panel of CSU experts

Moderated by Gene Kelly, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Soil and Crop, and and SoGES Associate Director for Research and Development.  

This panel is part of SoGES' Managing the Planet Panel Series that runs the third Wednesday of the month. For more information, please visit our website or contact Aleta Rudeen at  

Upcoming Managing the Planet event

In the next Managing the Planet panel, polar scientists will speak about the rapid changes happening at the polar ice caps.

Contact: Aleta Rudeen
Phone: 970-492-4160