John Wettlaufer, one of the world’s leading authorities on the physics of ice and its role in climate, will give a talk Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Aquarium’s Simons IMAX Theater as part of MIT's Lorenz Center's 3rd annual Carlson lecture.
The New England Aquarium is hosting a series of informative free lectures, films, and discussions for the community this fall.
Wettlaufer will talk about a “mathematically observatory” that focuses its telescopes on Arctic ice and climate.
Programs last about an hour with discussions afterward, and most are available on the Aquarium’s YouTube channel afterward. Pre-registration is encouraged on the Aquarium’s website or call 617-973-5200 for more information.
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