[C ENV 590/PB AF 595] David Montgomery and Michael Lazarus: "Topsoil, Energy"
[PCC 586] John O'Neill (Manchester), Christopher Preston (U of Montana): "Ethics, Policy and Geo-engineering: An Easy Day in the Mountains"
[PCC 586] Jane Long (LLNL): "Frankenstein's Academy: What Geoengineering Can Help Us Learn"
[C ENV 590/PB AF 595] Mary Ruckelshaus and Elaine Faustman: "Biodiversity and Human Health"
[ATMS 521] Dr. Brian Rose: "Oceanic Control of the Sea Ice Edge and Multiple Equilibria in the Climate System"
[C ENV 590/PB AF 595] Dennis Hartmann and Dan Jaffe: "Climate Change, Nitrogen Poisoning, Toxic Substances"
[PCC] Camille Lique: "Exchanges between the Arctic Ocean and the North Atlantic: Origin, variability and impact in the Nordic Seas"
[CEE/PCC] Laurence C. Smith: "The world in 2050: Four forces shaping civilization's northern future"
[C ENV 590/PB AF 595] Joseph Cook and David Battisti: "Water and Food Security"
[PCC 586] Jim Fleming (Colby College): "Fixing the Sky: The Checkered History of Weather and Climate Control"
[PCC 586] Alan Robock (Rutgers): "Benefits, Costs, and Risks of Stratospheric Geoengineering"
[C ENV 590/PB AF 595] Charles Hirschman and James Murray: "Population, Non-renewable Resources
[PCC 586] Phil Rasch (PNNL): "Marine Cloud Brightening"
[PCC 586] Dale Jamieson (NYU): "Geoengineering as a Response to Climate Change: An Urgent Problem Meets a Bad Concept"
[PCC 586 Seminar] Nicole Lovenduski (Univ. Colorado): "Recent Changes in Southern Ocean Biogeochemistry"
PCC 586 Seminar: Preparation for Nicole Lovenduski
PCC 586 Seminar: NO CLASS
PCC 586/ATMS 523 Seminar: Ducklow "Rapid Climate Warming and Ecosystem Response on the West Antarctic Peninsula"
PCC 586/Chem Lunch Seminar: Schmittner (OSU) "Effects of mountains and ice sheets on global ocean circulation"
PCC 586 Seminar: Preparation for Andreas Schmittner
PCC 586 Seminar: Armour "Sea Ice Feedbacks"
PCC 586 Seminar: Bretherton "Fast Feedbacks and Water Vapor"
PCC 586 Seminar: Hartmann "Overview and Discussion: Understanding Climate Change Feedbacks"
* Upcoming PCC Lectures