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SCIENCE for ALASKA Lecture Series

2014

FREE TO THE PUBLIC

7P.M. • WESTMARK FAIRBANKS JAN. 21 To Pluto and Beyond: NASA’s New Horizons Mission Peter Delamere Associate Professor of Space Physics, Geophysical Institute, UAF

JAN. 28 A Wondrous Sheen: Optical Studies of Aurora in the Digital Age Don Hampton Associate Professor of Space Physics, Geophysical Institute, UAF

FEB. 4 A World Without Night: The Endless Possibilities of Radar Remote Sensing Franz Meyer Associate Professor of Remote Sensing, Geophysical Institute, UAF

FEB. 11 Noisy Volcanoes: Jets, Explosions and Tremor David Fee Research Assistant Professor of Volcanology & Seismology, Geophysical Institute, UAF

FEB. 18 The Greening of the Arctic Uma Bhatt Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, Geophysical Institute, UAF

Ronald Daanen Geologist, Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys

J.J. Frost Research Biologist, ABR, Inc.

Martha Raynolds Research Scientist, Institute of Arctic Biology, UAF

Ina Timling Doctoral Candidate, Institute of Arctic Biology, UAF

Vladimir Romanovsky Professor of Geophysics, Geophysical Institute, UAF

Skip Walker

UAF is an AA/EO employer and educational institution.

Professor of Biology, Institute of Arctic Biology, UAF

FEB. 25 From the Icefields to the Oceans: The Impacts of Melting Glaciers in Alaska Anthony Arendt

Assistant Research Professor, Geophysical Institute, UAF

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Science for Alaska Spring 2014