PSW Science - Satellites, Dinosaurs, Milankovitch Cycles, and Cretaceous Earth, Powell Auditorium, Friday, 22. February 2019

Join us February 22nd at 8 PM as we welcome Compton Tucker, Senior Scientist from NASA Goddard's Earth Sciences Division. Tucker will review our unprecedented understanding of the Earth system made possible by satellite geophysical observations, contrast current climate with that of the Cretaceous Period, show the importance of plate tectonics to the Milankovitch Cycles, and show our trajectory is headed back to a Cretaceous-like climate.The lecture will be held at The John Wesley Powell Auditorium, adjacent to the Cosmos Club in Washington, D.C. This event is free and open to curious minds!The entrance to the Powell Auditorium is through the Cosmos Club parking lot at the corner of Massachusetts and Florida Avenues. Note: There is NO onsite parking.For more information, please see the meeting website:

PSW Science - Satellites, Dinosaurs, Milankovitch Cycles, and Cretaceous Earth

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