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Tuesday, April 30 at the Longmont Public Library, 6:30-8:30 pm, Longmont Public Forum presents The Science of Climate Disruption. Learn what the latest research says about the impacts of human activity on our ecosystem from four local scientists who are the top in their fields:
- Dr. Pieter Tans, Senior Atmospheric Climate Chemist at NOAA & Lead Scientist at the Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network
- W. Tad Pfeffer, Fellow, Professor, INSTAAR & Dept. of Civil, Environmental, Architectural Engineering, CU Boulder
- CU Professor Mark Serreze, National Snow and Ice Data Center Director; Author of Brave New Arctic: The Untold Story of the Melting North
- Dr. Christy McCain, Associate Professor & Curator of Vertebrates, Dept of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, CU Boulder - How animals are responding to climate change