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Eklutna Glacier: Should its shrinking make us nervous?

Dr. Michael Loso, APU Associate Professor of Earth Sciences, studies glaciers, how they change, and how they affect people and landscapes. Eklutna Glacier, the source of most of Anchorage’s water supply and a significant fraction of its electricity, is one of them. Dr. Loso will tell us how it is changing, how fast, and why it matters.

ASP at TapRoot meets monthly on the second Sunday and is admission is free. Come early to get a seat and compete in a bit of science trivia. Anchorage Science Pub promotes interest in science and welcomes folks with no science background, self-identified “science geeks,” and everyone in between, but especially those with curiosity and a sense of humor.  For other details or info on being a Presenter, see ASP on Facebook or email [masked]

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