Forest and wildlife ecology associate professor Anna Pidgeon and agricultural and applied economics professor Tom Rutherford will be giving research talks at the 2nd annual UW Climate Change Symposium taking place from Thursday, Mar. 31-Friday, Apr. 1.
The symposium explores a range of climate-related research. Pidgeon will discuss about the response of avian populations to climate change, and Rutherword will be talking about economic growth, greenhouse gas mitigation and global warming.
The keynote and research talks, student poster session and award presentation will take place in Weeks Geoscience Hall. For the full symposium schedule, visit the Nelson Institute Center for Climatic Research website.This entry was posted in Events and tagged agricultural and applied economics, forest and wildlife ecology by shibtester. Bookmark the permalink.