Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences,
Cotton Building, Room CO304
Kelburn Campus, Victoria University of Wellington
This year’s Sir Holmes Miller Memorial Lecture recognises a different style of Antarctic pioneering – the application of physics to understanding sea ice, a critical feature of the Antarctic cryosphere and climate system. Tim Haskell has been engaged in New Zealand’s internationally known sea ice programme since its inception over 40 years ago and will reflect on its history and future, with some asides on the way. We hope you can join us. All welcome!