USGS Evening public lecture

USGS (Scientist Emeritus) Tom Suchanek will examine:

– The frequency of extreme and unpredictable weather events is increasing.
– What are the effects of an increase or decrease in carbon emissions?
– What is scientific research projecting for the future of climate change?

The free public lecture will take place on June 22, 2017, at 7:00 pm on the USGS Menlo Park Campus (345 Middlefield Ave.) in Rambo Auditorium.

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