Climate, People and the Environment Program
Each semester the Climate, People, and the Environment Program hosts a weekly seminar featuring lectures by visiting speakers as well as presentations by CPEP faculty, scientists, and students. In some semesters the CPEP Seminar has a unifying theme and, in addition to speakers, weekly meetings may serve as workshops to discuss research issues and be a springboard for collaborative papers. CPEP seminar presentations are held in conjunction with the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (AOS) and are open to the public. Events are listed on the Environmental Events calendar by the Nelson Institute and posted in AOS and other relevant departments.
SPRING 2017 SCHEDULE
Tuesdays @ 1:00 PM*
AOSS Room 1039
1225 W. Dayton St.
*unless noted otherwise
The ocean as an archive of history: An interdisciplinary inquiry
Jessica Lehman, Center for Humanities
Understanding climate adaptation on public lands in the Upper Midwest: Implications for monitoring and tracking progress
Christine Anhalt-Depies, Forest/Wildlife Ecology
Who Pays a Price on Carbon?
Corbett Grainger, Assistant Professor, Agriculture & Applied Economics, UW-Madison
Sean Ridge, Atmospheric and Oceanic Science
Jeremy Mathis, NOAA
No Seminar - Spring Break
Joe Parisi, County Executive
No Seminar - Earth Day Seminar
John Hawks, Department of Anthropology
Gretchen Hansen, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources