Scientific Aspects of Climate Geoengineering

A Diretoria do IAG-USP tem a satisfação de convidar a Comunidade científica para o SEMINÁRIO ESPECIAL com o Dr. ALAN ROBOCK, destacado Cientista na área de Ciências Climáticas/Geoengenharia no Departamento de Ciências Ambientais da Rutgers University, New Jersey/EUA, com o tema “Scientific Aspects of Climate Geoengineering“.

Data: 13 de junho de 2019 (5a. feira)
Horário: 13h
Local: IAG – Auditório “Prof. Dr. Paulo Benevides Soares” – Bloco G (Rua do Matão, 1226 – Cidade Universitária)

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Alan Robock is a Distinguished Professor of climate science in the Department of Environmental Sciences at Rutgers University. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 1970 with a B.A. in Meteorology, and from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with an S.M. in 1974 and Ph.D. in 1977, both in Meteorology.  He was a professor at the University of Maryland, 1977-1997 and the State Climatologist of Maryland, 1991-1997, before coming to Rutgers. Prof. Robock has published more than 400 articles on his research in the area of climate change, including 250 peer-reviewed papers. His areas of expertise include geoengineering, climatic effects of nuclear war, effects of volcanic eruptions on climate, and soil moisture.  He served on AMS and AGU committees to write policy statements on geoengineering, now more commonly called climate intervention.