YCEI Events

April 2011

April 1, 2011 YCEI Speaker Series Land-based opportunities in climate and energy policy Rob Jackson, Department of Biology and Nichols School of the Environment, Duke University
April 4, 2011 YCEI Speaker Series Atmospheric CO2 across the K/T boundary: evaluation of the stomatal proxy Dana Royer, Wesleyan University
April 8, 2011 to April 9, 2011 Annual Conference Energy YCEI Annual Conference 2011 — Technology Innovations for a Secure Energy Future
April 8, 2011 Speaker Series Developmental plasticity, behavior and human evolution: Is genetic change the cart or horse in evolutionary change? Chris Kuzawa, Associate Professor of Anthropology Faculty Fellow, Institute for Policy Research, Northwestern University
April 11, 2011 Speaker Series Deep-sea temperature and ice volume changes across the Pliocene-Pleistocene climate transitions Yair Rosenthal, Rutgers University Institute for Marine and Coastal Sciences
April 15, 2011 Speaker Series A highly polymorphic recognition system in Hydractinia symbiolongicarpus Andrea Gloria-Soria; Donnelley Environmental Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Yale University
April 18, 2011 YCEI Speaker Series The greatest who done it: An analysis of proposed extinction mechanisms at the K/Pg boundary O. Brian Toon, University of Colorado Department of Atmospheric and Ocean Sciences
April 22, 2011 YCEI Speaker Series Interactions Between Energy and Terrestrial Ecosystems in Emissions Mitigation ae Edmonds; Chief Scientist and Laboratory Fellow at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's (PNNL)Joint Global Change Research Institute, and Adjunct Professor of Public Policy at the University of Maryland at College Drive
April 25, 2011 YCEI Speaker Series Understanding the timing and magnitude of sea level change during warm interglacials Andrea Dutton, University of Florida
April 29, 2011 Speaker Series Alaska's alpine mammals: Canaries in the coal mine of climate change? Link Olson, Associate Professor in the Department of Biology & Wildlife; Research Associate at theInstitute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Museum of the North; Edward P. Bass Distinguished Visiting Environmental Scholar, Department of Anthropolo