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Climate Change Course to be Offered Fall 2016

Climate Change (ENVS 299A, CRN 31487)

Curious about the Earth’s climate in the past? Concerned about the impacts of anthropogenic climate change? Interesting in the science and politics of climate? Then register to take Climate Change, being offered by the IEPS for the first time during the fall 2016 semester.

NASA global data sets combining historical measurements and simulation data are used to forcast how global temperature might change by 2100 due to greenhouse gas emissions. Photo Credit: NASA

NASA global data sets combining historical measurements and simulation data are used to forcast how global temperature might change by 2100 due to greenhouse gas emissions. Photo Credit: NASA

This course will be taught by Therese Zarlengo, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologist for 34 years, where she served in various capacities from weather forecasting to national management of the NWS operational weather programs in Washington, D.C. Ms. Zarlengo also served on several international committees to improve global weather services and mitigate impacts of natural disasters.