Biological, Environmental, & Climate Sciences (BECS) Department Seminar

"Theories of the Ice Ages"

Presented by Gerald R. North, Texas A&M University

Thursday, April 9, 2015, 11:00 am — Conference Room, Bldg 815E

Many think the timing and intensity Pleistocene Glaciations have been solved. There remain many problems explaining these grand events. This talk will review some past attempts and how they have failed. Energy balance climate models are useful in this class of problems. I will show some recent results that do not settle the case, but get part of the way there and may point the way to a satisfactory solution.

Hosted by: Wei Wu

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