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Lakes as Sentinels of Climate Change
This talk will focus on multiple approaches that we use to decipher and understand how climate drives lake ecosystem features and responses over different time scales. Presented by Jasmine Soros, Associate Director, Climate Change Institute, University of Maine.

May 19, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jasmine Soros
Associate Director, Climate Change Institute @University of Maine
Dr. Jasmine Saros is a Professor of Paleolimnology at the University of Maine in Orono. She serves as the Associate Director of the Climate Change Institute, and Director of the Sawyer Water Research Laboratory. Jasmine investigates how lake ecosystems respond to climate change and air pollution over multiple time scales. She uses a comparative lake approach, and works on lakes in the Arctic, alpine, boreal and temperate areas; including Maine, Greenland and the U.S. Rocky Mountains. Jasmine has published more than 100 peer-reviewed papers and leads several international working groups focused on using lakes as sentinels of environmental change.