Science Sundays at the Lab with Enid Baxter Ryce on Atmospheric Rivers!
Announcing "Science Sundays at the Lab!" where once a month, a local scientist presents on his or her favorite research topic (beer in hand not mandatory*) On December 9 at 7 pm, CSUMB Professor and Visual Artist Enid Baxter Ryce investigates "Atmospheric Rivers: How Did We Forget About Them?" Here's the full schedule: Sept. 9 - CSUMB's Daniel Fernandez asks "What the Heck is Entropy?" Oct 14 - UCSC's J. Xavier Prochaska discusses "Gravitational Waves: The Next Big Thing in Astrophysics." Nov. 18 - Monterey Institute for Research in Astronomy's Bruce Weaver, who will ask, "How Do Astronomers Know That? Dec. 9 - CSUMB's Enid Baxter Ryce talks about Atmospheric Rivers! And fear not -- these talks are geared towards students, adults, and even those of us who were English majors! No cover (though donations accepted). Beer and wine available for purchase. More on Enid's talk Atmospheric Rivers are huge rivers in the sky that can carry as much water as the Mississippi. Enid will talk about the history of knowing and forgetting atmospheric rivers, and how that history runs parallel to the colonization of the American West. She will weave together the threads of history, science and cultural moments stretching from Plutarch to the Civil War to Alex Jones. Enid's website. * Science Sundays at the Lab is heavily indebted to Science on Tap.
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