8 January 2019
6.30pm–7.30pm (doors open at 6.00pm)
Wallace Lecture Theatre (0.13), Main Building, Cardiff University, Park Place, CF10 3AT
Join Professor Roland Gehrels, from the University of York, as he speaks about sea level change and global warming, and asks which lessons from the past can inform the future.
Current concerns on the effects of temperature increases on sea levels today have drawn attention to the recognition of past changes, the consideration of the processes involved and the consequences of such changes, all of which have resulted in predictions of impacts in the future.
Joint event with Cardiff University School of Earth and Ocean Sciences.
Booking not required. Should you require the Q&A sessions to be in Welsh, please email the organisers at least two weeks before the event.
Professor Roland Gehrels, from the University of York, will speak on sea level change and global warming, asking which lessons from the past can inform the future.
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