Professor Barry Lefer (PhD) of the University of Houston will summarize the science and the public policy of climate change. Science and public policy will be discussed in equal measure in the presentation. Professor Lefer is also invited to discuss his climate change research, which includes a March 2015 trip to Alaska.
Professor Barry Lefer, University of Houston Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences:
– Associate Department Chair
– Associate Professor of Atmospheric Science, Atmospheric Chemistry
– B.A. Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia (1989)
– M.S. Earth Sciences-Geochemical Systems, University of New Hampshire (1992)
– Ph.D., Earth Sciences-Geochemical Systems, University of New Hampshire (1997)
– Post Doc, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO (1997-2000)
Membership is not required. Non-diners are welcome to attend, too (no charge). Separate checks will be collected by the waiters after the meal for those who order something.
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5:30 PM Networking and socializing
6:00 PM Suggested start time for dinner meals
7:00 PM Presentation starts (30 to 45 minutes)
7:45 PM Questions
8:00 PM Networking and socializing
8:30 PM Room reservation ends