The lectures from Mini-Science 2016: Weather and climate - going to extremes are now available as YouTube videos (webcasts).
Listen or watch, when you want, where you want, at no charge!
You can read a synopsis of each talk as well as short biographies on our Schedule and Speakers webpage.
How weather and climate work
February 25, 2016. Prof. John Gyakum, Department of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences
Arctic climate change: Observations, future projections and possible restoration strategies
March 10, 2016. Prof. Bruno Tremblay, Department of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences
Deep time climate change
March 17, 2016. Prof. Galen Halverson, Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences
Climate change and preserving cold carbon
March 24, 2016. Prof. Nigel Roulet, Department of Geography
How can we adapt to climate change?
March 31, 2016. Prof. Lea Berrang Ford, Department of Geography
Climate change and the tropics
April 7, 2016. Prof. Catherine Potvin, Department of Biology
Air pollution, climate and health in the Tibetan Plateau
April 14, 2016. Prof. Jill Baumgartner, Institute for Health & Social Policy and Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics & Occupational Health
More Mini-Science webcasts available:
- Mini-Science 2014: The Science of Music
- Mini-Science 2013: Science, Sex, and Gender
- Mini-Science 2012: OUCH! - The science of pain from onset to relief
- Mini-Science 2011: Better living through chemistry?
- Mini-Science 2010: Pseudoscience: From Quirks to Quacks.
- Mini-Science 2009: To infinity and beyond: Space, stars & the universe.
- Mini-Science 2008: Ecology, Evolution, and Extinction.
- Mini-Science 2007: The Brain.