Arctic Extremes: The Frontlines of Global Warming

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The Arctic is warming faster than almost anywhere else on Earth and often the changes with the biggest impact are not linear – they are abrupt, acute shifts; extreme events. WHRC scientists Rachael Treharne, Tatiana Shestakova, and Sue Natali will share their experiences of tracking and studying extreme events in a rapidly changing Arctic.

 

Past
2:30pm – 3:30pm
Address
online
Featuring
Rachael Treharne
Rachael Treharne

Postdoctoral Researcher

Tatiana Shestakova
Tatiana Shestakova

Postdoctoral Researcher

Susan M. Natali
Susan M. Natali

Arctic Program Director

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