Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Warm bodies in cold places and the carbon footprint of endothermy
by Murray Humphries (Associate Professor of Wildlife Biology, Department of Natural Resource Sciences). Dr. Humphries is the NSERC Northern Research Chair, and member of the Centre for Indigenous Peoples' Nutrition and Environment (CINE) as well as the member of the Quebec Center for Biodiversity Science (QCBS).
Initiated in 2003 with the express purpose of fostering communication between scientists in different disciplines as well as between scientists and the public, Cutting Edge Lectures in Science are made possible through the generous support of Faculty of Medical Sciences (Professor Marianna Newkirk, Associate Dean Research), Faculty of Arts (Professor Christopher Manfredi, Dean), Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (Professor Chandra Madramootoo, Dean), Faculty of Science (Professor Martin Grant, Dean) and the Centre for Applied Mathematics in Bioscience and Medicine (CAMBAM).
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