September 10, 2019: Dr. Jeff Severinghaus STAY COOL Event

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Unique Opportunity for STAY COOL members on September 10th at 10:00 AM

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Have you wondered what it is like to be a climate science researcher at Scripps Institution of Oceanography? Fifteen STAY COOL members will have the opportunity to join Dr. Jeff Severinghaus for an in-depth tour of his laboratory and learn more about his work.

Dr. Severinghaus is a professor of geosciences in the Geosciences Research Division at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. His current research interests center on using trapped bubbles of gases contained in ice cores to track changes in ancient climate. Severinghaus’ team study historic temperatures at an ice core sites on the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and Greenland. He is the recipient of several awards, most recently, the 2011 Claire C. Patterson Medalist of the Geochemical Society, an award given annually for a breakthrough in environmental geochemistry.

The tour is scheduled for Tuesday, September 10th at 10:00 AM and will take about 90-minutes. Be one of the first 15 to sign-up to reserve your spot. The deadline to RSVP is Sunday, September 1st, 2019. Details will be sent to those participating.

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