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Climate Change Science In Montana Forum - 6/5 - Missoula, Montana

June 1, 2017View for printing

2017-06-05 16:00:00

University Center Theater

Contact: Dave Dittloff (406-214-8109) or Adam Pimley (406-579-6524)

You are invited to an important climate change event.

In the last few months it seems like every day some sort of anti-science position or statement is issued from a politician in Washington D.C. Climate change science is being particularly hard hit. To counter this, the University of Montana's Climate Change Studies Program and the National Wildlife Federation are teaming up to host a State of Climate Change Science in Montana forum.

At the forum leading Montana scientists will present on the state of climate science in Montana and the impacts of the changing climate on the state's water, forests, agriculture, and wildlife. The presentations will be followed by a moderated question and answer session with the scientists. Refreshments will be provided.

WHEN:

Monday, June 5th

4PM-6PM

WHERE:

University Center Theater Located in: Campus of the University of Montana 32 Campus Dr, Missoula, MT 59812

PRESENTERS:

Dr. Steve Running, UM Regents Professor of Ecology, Nobel Laureate

Dr. Nick Silverman, UM Franke College of Forestry and Conservation Hydrologist

Dr. Alisa Wade, UM GeoSciences Conservation Scientist and Spatial Ecologist

Dr. Tim Siepel, MSU College of Agriculture Adjunct Professor

Dr. Scott Mills, UM Franke College of Forestry and Conservation Assoc. Vice President

Dr. Nicky Phear, UM Climate Change Studies Program Director

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RSVP:

Any questions? Contact Dave Dittloff (406-214-8109) or Adam Pimley (406-579-6524) dittloffd@nwf.org?s_email_id=20170531_ENG_MT_ClimageChangeForum|STGow

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Don't miss this opportunity to get the straight scoop about climate change in your backyard.

Sincerely,

Dave Dittloff Regional Representative, Cons And Ed Program Northern Rockies & Prairies Regional Center
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