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Antarctic Ecosystem Ecology: A Lecture Series
Wednesday, May 23, 2012 - 12:00pm
Antarctic Ecosystem Ecology: A Lecture Series

For the month of May, the PSU Geology Department & Biology Department will present a lecture series:
Antarctic Ecosystem Ecology

 The fourth lecture welcomes Hugh Ducklow, Woods Hole Marine Biological Lab

Ecosystem transformation in Response to Rapid Climate Change on the Antarctic Peninsula


May 23, 2012
Smith Memorial Student Union 238
Portland State University
This event is free & open to the public

About the series:
Antarctica’s ecological domains are, to a large extent, unexplored. Yet the region’s climate is changing and a growing body of evidence indicates that Antarctic organisms, ecosystems and biodiversity are responding. This lecture series bridges the many disciplines required to understand life and change in Antarctica: from the climate system, to the glaciers that mantle the continent and set the stage for simple yet resilient terrestrial ecosystems, to the polar ocean teeming with life.