University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota

Climate Change and Ongoing Earth Processes: Mark Edlund, Calvin Alexander, Emi Ito, and Mark Brenner, Nov. 2013

Available for download as audio, video podcast, or original.


Available for download as audio, video podcast, or original.

Panel 3: Putting humans in their place: Viewing ancient, modern, and future climate change within the context of ongoing Earth processes

  • Mark Edlund, Senior Scientist, Science Museum of Minnesota
  • E. Calvin Alexander, Jr., Morse-Alumni Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Minnesota
  • Emi Ito, Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, and Director, Limnological Research Center, University of Minnesota
  • Mark Brenner, Director, Land Use and Environmental Change Institute, University of Florida

Moderated by Lewis “Skip” Messenger, Hamline University, and Josh Feinberg, University of Minnesota.

Part of the 2013 Symposium on Resilience and Sustainability, organized by the IAS in partnership with the Science Museum of Minnesota, the Maya Society of Minnesota, and Hamline University.

angkor - lidarPreceded by “Heritage without Irony: Archaeologists, Indigenous Mayan Communities & the Democratization of Knowledge” by Patricia McAnany.

Followed by Panel 4: Contemporary Sustainability: Theory, practice, and policy.

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