Climate Science Explained: Understanding Current Issues on Climate Change NEW Climate change is in the media, politics and public discourse, but few people are all that familiar with the history, issues and science. This short and interactive course will cover how climate has changed in the past and what to expect in the future, with an emphasis on Montana and the Rocky Mountains. Includes the basics of climate science; changes in climate versus weather; current issues; and the chance to interact with climate scientists. You will learn to make more informed decisions when presented with climate topics in general conversation or political decisions.
This course is sponsored by the MSU Big Sky Institute and the University of Washington Program on Climate Change.
Meeting Place and Times:
MSU Bozeman Campus, Gaines Hall Room 148
February 10, February 15 and February 17, 2011
6:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
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Instructor(s): Twila Moon.
Twila Moon is an adjunct research scientist with MSU's Big Sky Institute and a PhD student with the University of Washington's Earth & Space Sciences and Applied Physics Lab. She has delivered several programs and activities on climate change throughout the Gallatin Valley and the Puget Sound region.
For More Information:
For course information: Please contact instructor, Twila Moon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration Questions: Please contact Extended University, Office of Continuing Education at ContinuingEd@montana.edu or (406) 994-6683, toll free (866)540-5660
How to Register: Call the Office of Continuing Education at (406) 994-6683 or toll free (866) 540-5660.