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7th UO CCRG Symposium - present your climate change research in April 2018

The 7th Annual UO Climate Change Research Symposium will happen in Spring Term 2018!

Symposium Date: Wednesday, April 25th, 2018, 8:30am - 5pm

Propose a paper or panel here: https://climatechange.uoregon.edu/2018-SympRegistration

Seminar: Bothun on Big Data and Climate Change, this Tues (10/24) Noon-1

Our first CCRG event of the year.

Presenter: Greg Bothun, UO Dept of Physics

Title: Big Data and Climate Change,

Date: Tuesday Oct 24

Time: 12 noon - 1 pm

Place: Visualization Lab in Price Science Commons Buildings (B006)

Next Week: West Coast Cooperation on Climate Change

All,
This conference put on by UO Law School's ENR group may be of interest. See link at:
https://rmitchel.uoregon.edu/sites/rmitchel1.uoregon.edu/files/uoenr-wes...
Best,
Ron

Seminar: Bothun on Big Data and Climate Change, Tues, 10/24

Our first CCRG event of the year.

Presenter: Greg Bothun, UO Dept of Physics

Title: Big Data and Climate Change,

Date: Tuesday Oct 24

Time: 12 noon - 1 pm

Place: Visualization Lab in Price Science Commons Buildings (B006)

Second Announcement: 2017 Climate mini-conference at OSU

We’re getting good response to this invitation and there’s still a couple of weeks to register. Thanks especially to those from UO and PSU who have registered – we truly want this to be a multi-university event! Also, we recently updated this listserve so apologies if this is the first time you’re receiving this.

Here are some examples of the cool topics that your colleagues have offered to address in their 4-minute slots:

OCCRI Climate Mini-Conference, October 18, 2017, OSU

Announcement: Climate Mini-Conference

October 18, 2017

President Schill takes proactive leadership on climate change

CCRG Colleagues,

I wanted to bring to everyone's attention that President Schill has placed the University of Oregon among a group of universities, governors, mayors, and corporations taking public and principled leadership in recommitting to addressing climate change, including by continuing the UO's history of excellent research and education of the next generation about the natural science, social science, and humanities aspects of climate change.  See the full list of "We are still in" participants at http://wearestillin.com/ 

NW Climate Conference call for abstracts now open!

Faculty: if your grad student might be interested in this conference but otherwise unable to attend, OCCRI may be able to provide limited travel support to attend the conference. Contact me for details.  – Phil Mote, OCCRI

Don’t miss your chance! Abstract submissions for presentations, special sessions, and posters for the Northwest Climate Conference are due June 12. Please share with other networks.

The Eighth Annual Northwest Climate Conference

Working Together to Build a Resilient Northwest

TOMORROW: 6th Annual UO Climate Change Research Symposium

Please distribute widely to students and colleagues.

Interested in learning more from top researchers about Climate Change?

Then plan on attending the 6th Annual UO Climate Change Research Symposium!

Date: Tomorrow, Wednesday, April 26th, 2017, 8:30am - 4:30pm

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