Science on Tap to tackle climate change
The next serving of Science on Tap is scheduled for Wednesday, March 6, at 6:30 p.m. at Minocqua Brewing Company’s Divano Lounge. The topic will be “Climate Change in Wisconsin: Projections and Possible Impacts for the Northwoods.”
John Magnuson, professor emeritus and former director of both the Trout Lake Station and the Center for Limnology at UW-Madison, will team up with Ankur Desai, associate professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences at UW-Madison. Their talk will feature brief presentations on the latest in climate science, ongoing experiments in northern Wisconsin and what predictions may mean for a community that relies on mild summers and cold winters for its quality of life. The floor will then be opened for any and all questions, comments and observations.
Science on Tap-Minocqua is a partnership of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Trout Lake Station and Kemp Natural Resources Station, as well as the Lakeland Badger Chapter of the Wisconsin Alumni Association, the Minocqua Public Library and the Minocqua Brewing Company.
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