Climate on Tap
Tales of UMaine’s Climate Change Institute
This informal series shares a more intimate view of the Climate Change Institute and its research, from Maine’s coastal landscapes and inland forests to the world’s highest peaks, to remote glaciers and lake basins, to historic and more ancient archaeological sites around the world. Come have a bite, sip a drink, and hear the human stories that shape, or are shaped by, these experiences.
Dr. Gregory Zaro, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Climate Change – Surviving Change: The Persistence of a 3,000-yr-old City – Oct. 18, 2023
Dr. Dan Dixon, Sustainability Director & Research Associate Professor – Putting Science on Ice: A Journey through the Antarctic Polar Desert – Nov. 15, 2023
Dr. Jacquelyn Gill, Associate Professor of Paleoecology and Plant Ecology – ICE AGE CSI – How Mammoth Dung, Permafrost Mummies, and Tiny Fossils are Solving an Ancient Murder Mystery – Dec. 13, 2023