Columbia @ Home Series - The Antarctic Ice Sheet: Past, Present, and Future

Glaciologist Jonny Kingslake, an assistant professor at Columbia’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, will lead a family-friendly program, sharing insights and photographs from his research trips to Antarctica.

His research is concerned with obtaining a better understanding of glacial processes to improve predictions of ice-sheet evolution.

He utilizes remote-sensing, mathematical modeling and fieldwork to better understand glacial processes.

In language aimed at younger attendees, he will explain how the study of past and present ice flow in the Antarctic ice sheet is key in predicting sea-level rise.

While this event’s content is geared toward children ages 10-15, all alumni and their families are welcome.

A Q&A session will follow Kingslake’s presentation.

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To learn more about this topic, click the image below to watch an interesting video and please visit Professor Kingslake's website Here.

About Columbia @ Home Series
The CAA’s weekly Columbia at Home virtual series features Columbians speaking on informative and engaging topics during this difficult time. Diverse topics span the latest on the COVID-19 crisis, health and wellness, entertainment, and more.

Recording of the Webinars will be hosted on the CAA YouTube channel a few days after the event. To access the recordings, follow this link:
**Please note if you are unable to join the Webinar live, we will share a recording after the event to anyone who registers.**

July 15, 2020 at 5:00pm - 6pm