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Science for Alaska in Fairbanks:

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2014 Science For Alaska Lecture Series

Lectures were held on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. in the Gold Room in the Westmark Fairbanks Hotel and Convention Center, with the exception of Feb. 18. That day lecture were held in the Westmark's Northern Latitudes room. 


January 21 -

"To Pluto and Beyond: NASA's New Horizons mission."
Peter Delamere, associate professor, Geophysical Institute, UAF.

January 28 -

"A Wondrous Sheen: Optical Studies of Aurora in the Digital Age." 
Don Hampton, associate professor, Geophysical Institute, UAF.

February 4 -

“A World Without Night: The Endless Possibilities of Radar Remote Sensing.”
Franz Meyer, associate professor, Geophysical Institute, UAF.

February 11  -

"Noisy Volcanoes: Jets, Explosions and Tremors."
David Fee, assistant professor, Geophysical Institute, UAF.

February 18  -  Note: Lecture at Westmark's Northern Latitudes room.

"The Greening of the Arctic Due to Warming." 
Uma Bhatt, associate professor,Geophysical Institute, UAF.
Skip Walker, professor, Institute of Arctic Biology, UAF
J.J. Frost, ABR, Inc. 
Ronald Daanen, Divison of Geological and Geophysical Surveys
Vladimir Romanvosky, professor, Geophysical Institute, UAF
Ina Timling, doctoral candidate, Institute of Arctic Biology, UAF 

February 25 -

"Alaska Glaciers' Contribution to Sea Level Rise."
Anthony Arendt, research associate professor, Geophysical Institute, UAF.