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May Sigma Xi meeting

From: Stan W.
Sent on: Friday, April 12, 2013 4:18 PM
So ... the climate continues warming and the earth takes note. Fires. Lots of them. Big.
Not in isolation. They interact. And we're in it. SoCal is in a position to take a beating.
What can I, should I, must I do?
Glad you asked. Jim Randerson is the SoCal guy who knows this stuff.
Hear the rundown from the award-winning researcher who is the expert in the field.
Tuesday, May 21st at the Doubletree Club, as always.
Dr. James T. Randerson, Chancellor's Professor of Earth Systems Science, Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, winner of the Macelwane Medal "for significant contributions to the geophysical sciences." He works in it, tracks it by satellite, does field work in such balmy places as Alaska and Siberia.
He knows what he's talking about.
The formal announcement with details is attached.
See you there.

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