September 26, 3:30 pm Seminar – Hurricanes: Extreme Weather in a Changing Climate

Please join the Southeast Climate Science Center Global Change Fellows for the first Global Change Seminar of the semester

Join us for a round of lightning talks discussing the impacts, responses, and futures of hurricanes. These talks will examine the compounded influence of climate change and hurricanes on vulnerable land and seascapes, from butterfly populations to underwater acoustics. Following our featured speakers, there will be a panel discussion.

Dr. Erica Henry, Biological Sciences
Kayelyn Simmons, Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences
Russell Nasrallah, Civil Engineering
Olivia Vila, Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management
Dr. Mike Yoder, NC State Extension
Dr. Anantha AiyyerMarine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences

The seminar will be held on Thursday, 26 September 2019, 3:30-4:30pm in David Clark Labs, Room 101, on NC State University campus.

Refreshments will be served ~3:15 pm. To reduce waste, please bring your own mug!

**Note: You can listen to the lightning talks remotely using Zoom. Information listed below:

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