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Scientist in the Spotlight: Decoding Climate History From Rocks

Presented by Natural History Museum of Utah at Natural History Museum of Utah, Salt Lake City UT

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Sep 01 2017
Scientist in the Spotlight: Decoding Climate History From Rocks

Information encoded in rocks can tell us about the climate throughout Earth’s history. For example, measurements from stacks of fossilized soils tell us that the Earth warmed quickly around 50 million years ago, similar to what we see with current global warming. During this time of transformation, we know the planet responded and seasons changed.

Join paleo-climatologist, Brenden Fischer-Femal, as he explains his quest to understand how the Earth has responded to warming in the past. And,

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