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Distinguished Lecturer Series 2021-2022


Place & Time



Tuesday, Sept 14, 2021

Virtual, 4:00 pm

Amelie Kirchgaessner
British Antarctic Survey

Föhn around the Antarctic Peninsula – why do we care?

Tuesday, Sept 28, 2021

Virtual, 4:00 pm

Andrew Gonzalez
McGill University

Biodiversity change in the Anthropocene: what we know, don't know, and must do

Tuesday, Oct 12, 2021

Virtual, 4:00 pm

Lucy Hutyra
Boston University

Impacts of urbanization & landscape fragmentation on the carbon cycle

Tuesday, Oct 26, 2021

Virtual, 4:00 pm

Aiguo Dai
University at Albany, SUNY

The Causes and Effects of the Arctic Amplification of Greenhouse-induced Warming

Tuesday, Nov 16, 2021

Virtual, 4:00 pm

Steve Easterbrook
Director, School of the Environment

Computing the Climate: The Story of Global Climate Modelling

Tuesday, Nov 23, 2021

Virtual, 4:00 pm

Dorthe Dahl-Jensen
Canada Excellence Research Chair, University of Manitoba

Greenland ice cores tell tales on past sea level contributions

Tuesday, Nov 30, 2021

Virtual, 4:00 pm

David Holland
New York University

Ice base geometries at grounding zones influence ice sheet retreat

Tuesday, Jan 11, 2022

Virtual, 4:00 pm

Laure Resplandy
Princeton University

Expansion of oxygen minimum zones and risk of coastal dead zones

Tuesday, Jan 25, 2022

Virtual, 4:00 pm

Uwe Rascher
Institute of Bio- and Geosciences

Tuesday, Feb 8, 2022

Virtual, 4:00 pm

Sean Thomas
Professor, UofT

Tuesday, Mar 1, 2022

Virtual, 4:00 pm

Christine Wiedenmyer
Professor, University of Colorado, Boulder

Tuesday, Mar 15, 2022

Virtual, 4:00 pm

Paul Myers
Professor, University of Alberta

From the Arctic Ocean to the Labrador Sea Through the Canadian Arctic - Processes and Pathways

Tuesday, Mar 29, 2022

Virtual, 4:00 pm

Roger Francois
Professor, University of British Columbia