USGS Science in Action, Public Lecture Series
WHEN: Wednesday, August 3; 7 PM
WHERE: Dallas Peck Auditorium, U.S. Geological Survey National Center, 12201 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, VA
PROGRAM: According to USGS, its scientists have partnered with international experts in climate modeling to study the Earth's conditions three million years ago. The purpose of this effort is to gain insight into the impacts of future climate. Dr. Harry Dowsett will talk about how we use that information to help understand the magnitude of changes forecast for the end of this century. After a short presentation, a panel of climate change experts will answer questions from the audience. FLYER
CONTACT: For additional information, contact the USGS Visitor Center in Reston at 703-648-4748.