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Learning from Our Past: Understanding Earth's Climate History and Future

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Illustration representing the Earth.

Join scientists from the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) for a panel discussion of different moments in the history of Earth's climate–from the extinction of the dinosaurs, to different ice ages–that shed light on the current climatic moment, and its potential consequences, moderated by Ro Kinzler, senior director for science education at the Museum, and introduced by Museum Curator Nathalie Goodkin, an oceanographer.

Paleoceanographer Laura Haynes, micropaleontologist Chris Lowery, Antarctic ice sheet expert Reed Scherer, and paleoclimatologist Amelia Shevenell will highlight some of the most important moments in the history of our planet's climate—and share what Earth’s climate history can tell us about what's to come.

This program is part of Climate Week NYC.

This program will be streamed live online, and you can watch in one of two ways:

  1. On Facebook at this link. Log on at 7 pm EDT tonight. You do not need a Facebook account to watch the program, but if you do have an account, you will be able to post comments and ask questions live.
  2. The video will be embedded on this page at 7 pm EDT tonight. For the best experience, please watch on a desktop or laptop computer. You may have to refresh your browser at the designated time.

 

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