Remember the OMSI fiasco with the global warming skeptics meeting last November? Well, it’s time for the other side to present it’s case; coming next Tuesday. This will be the first time we get to hear from our state climatologist Phil Mote as well; it should be a good meeting.
On that subject, here is the latest UAH temperature graph (click for a better view) showing a jump in global temps during March; no doubt aided by a very warm Europe and USA. Looks like La Nina the past two years sure didn’t cool us much; now you can go ahead and argue about that statement down below.
Here is the official meeting announcement:
OREGON AMS MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT
“The Scientific Case for Human Influence on Global Climate:
What We Learn From Analyzing ALL The Evidence.”
GUEST SPEAKERS: Dr. Phil Mote, Oregon State Climatologist, Director of the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute and Professor of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences at Oregon State University. Andreas Schmittner, Associate Professor of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University. Dr. Christina Hulbe, Professor of Geology, Portland State University.
WHEN: Tuesday, April 10th 2012 7-9pm. Note – A large audience is expected. Please arrive early for the best seating.
WHERE: Portland State University “Grand Ballroom” inside the Smith Memorial Student Union Building. The grand ballroom is located on the third floor, room #355. For a PSU campus map, click: http://tinyurl.com/7a54h5q. For driving directions to PSU click: http://tinyurl.com/zeuhw. Parking is available on Parking Structure #1 (see campus map link above). Access to Smith Memorial Student Union Building from Parking Structure #1 can be had via the sky bridge on level 4 of the parking structure (see campus map link above). Street parking is also available.
AGENDA: Exploring the scientific case for human influence on global climate. Guest speakers may also raise counterpoints to the January 2012 Oregon AMS meeting on climate change seen at: http://tinyurl.com/6vk27km. A Q&A session will be held at the end of the meeting.
COST: Free and open to the general public. This educational meeting is being co-hosted with the Sigma Xi Columbia-Willamette Chapter: http://sx-cw.org