Jonathan Warnock (Geoscience) will discuss climate change, an issue of much public concern and debate, on Tuesday, April 4, 6:30–7:30 p.m. in the Humanities and Social Sciences building, room 126.
Scientists are also concerned, but they aren’t debating! It is important to understand Earth’s climate as it relates to every aspect of life, from health to food to politics. This talk will present an overview of how Earth’s climate works and why it is changing.
Jonathan Warnock teaches in IUP’s Geoscience Department, where he conducts research and offers courses on historical geology and quantitative methods. Warnock received his PhD from Northern Illinois University in geology with specializations in micropaleontology and paleoclimatology. His most recent peer-reviewed research in these areas appears in Marine Micropaleontology and the Cryosphere. In 2015, Warnock was an expedition scientist with the International Ocean Drilling Program Expedition to study the Baltic Sea Paleoenvironment.
Sponsored by the Sustainability Studies Program. Please join us for this exciting presentation!