Dr. Chick Keller, a retired LANL scientist and dedicated naturalist. Courtesy photo
Rapid climate changes are affecting people and ecosystems in the Southwest and around the world, and there is a lot people can do.
At 7 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 16, in the Los Alamos Nature Center planetarium, Dr. Chick Keller will introduce climate science and lead a discussion about how people can move forward.
This talk is part of a lecture series on climate change organized by Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC). Keller has spent about 25 years studying climate change and interacting with the leading scientists in the field. He has written several lengthy review articles trying to make sense of the hundreds of scientific papers on aspects of the subject.
PEEC’s Climate Change Lecture Series:
Feb. 16, Effects of the Southwest with Dr. Chick Keller;
March 1, The Future of New Mexico’s Pikas with Marie Westover;
March 15, Insights from Climate Models with Dr. Philip Jones;
March 29, Understanding the Impact of Drought, Wildfire, and Infestation with Dr. Richard Middleton;
April 13, Where Do We Go from Here with Dr. Cathy Wilson and Dr. Chick Keller at the Bradbury Science Museum
These lectures will take place at the Los Alamos Nature Center at 2600 Canyon Road, except the April 13 event. They are free to attend, and no registration is
PEEC was founded in 2000 to serve the community of Los Alamos. It offers people of all ages a way to enrich their lives by strengthening their connections to our canyons, mesas, mountains, and skies. PEEC operates the Los Alamos Nature Center at 2600 Canyon Road, holds regular programs and events, and hosts a number of interest groups from birding to hiking to butterfly watching. PEEC activities are open to everyone; however, members receive exclusive benefits such as discounts on programs and merchandise. Annual memberships start at $35. To learn more, visit here.