The 1.5 Degrees Series at Mt. Baker!

Mt. Baker hosted a new speaker series, “The 1.5 Degrees Series and What We Can Do To Help” in collaboration with the University of Washington and the Future of Ice. Speakers included Cecilia Bitz, Atmospheric Science, Daniel Schindler, School of Aquatic Fisheries Science and Department of Biology, and Nick Bond, climatologist for Washington State and Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean at UW. This was a free community event, organized and facilitated by FoI postdoc Sarah Myhre.

The 1.5 Degrees Series and What We Can Do To Help
20 minute presentations by University of Washington and the Future of Ice Initiative at the White Salmon Lodge at Mt. Baker Ski Area.

Website: http://www.mtbaker.us/events/15-degrees-series/

Speaker sessions:
January 9th – The Future of Ice Far and Near by Cecilia Bitz, Atmospheric Science, UW

January 16th – Danicel Schindler, School of Aquatic Fisheries Science and Department of Biology, UW

January 23rd – Nick Bond, Climatology, Washington State and Joint Institute for the Study of Atmosphere and Ocean, UW

Photos:

Bitz Myere and Others

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