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Atmospheric Chemistry Program Seminar

Atmospheric Chemistry Program Seminar

Understanding the Earth from a thermodynamic systems perspective

Axel Kleidon,
Max Planck Institute

"The Earth is a vastly complex system that converts the energy contained in sunlight into various forms, from the kinetic energy of motion to chemical energy of life and the electric energy that powers human societies. These conversions follow the laws of thermodynamics, which set the directions and fundamental limits, yet these also result in interactions and feedbacks that emphasise the need for an Earth system perspective. In this talk, I provide the background for this thermodynamic description of the Earth system and use examples to show how thermodynamic limits in combination with a formulation of the dominant interactions can be used to describe the emergent behaviour. I show how this approach can be used to provide simple, yet physically-based estimates of climate and climate change, as well as how it sets limits on different forms of renewable energy. I close with an outlook on potential future applications, highlighting the generality of the approach as energy, its conversions into other forms, and interactions are at the very core of literally every Earth system process."

Date

Monday, February 1, 2021
2021 - 12:30

Host

  • CU Boulder

Audience

  • CIRES employees
  • CU Boulder employees
  • General Public
  • NOAA employees
  • Science collaborators

Type

  • Seminar
  • Open to Public

contact

anne.handschy@colorado.edu
2021-02-01
 
CIRES Town Hall

CIRES Town Hall

Please join CIRES Director Waleed Abdalati for another CIRES Town Hall on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, for both CU Boulder and NOAA-based employees.

Join by Zoom:

https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/94779313027

Date

Tuesday, February 2, 2021
2021 - 09:00 to 10:00

Host

  • CIRES

Audience

  • CIRES employees

Type

  • Meeting

Location

Zoom
2021-02-02
 
ESOC Virtual Coffee Hour

ESOC Virtual Coffee Hour

ESOC virtual coffee hour occurs weekly from 9-10am on Wednesdays. We will be meeting remotely on Zoom. Please email Claire Waugh (waughc@colorado.edu) for information.

ESOC researchers, post-docs and graduate students gather for conversation and to discuss research. Occasional guest speakers are invited to give short presentations on topics of interest.

Date

Wednesday, February 3, 2021
2021 - 09:00 to 10:00

Host

  • ESOC

Audience

  • CIRES employees
  • CU Boulder employees
  • NOAA employees
  • Science collaborators

Type

  • Meeting

contact

Claire Waugh; waughc@colorado.edu

Location

2021-02-03
 
Proposal Writing Training Session

Proposal Writing Training Session

Save the Date! Thursday 2/4/21, 10:30 am – 12:00, via Zoom

For all CIRES Principal Investigators, Early Career Scientists or anyone planning to submit proposals. The CIRES Proposal Team has organized a training session with CU’s RIO’s Proposal Writing Services. CIRES Associate Director of Science, Christine Wiedinmyer will give general tips for successful proposal writing, and will introduce RIO’s James Mazzouccolo, a proposal writer at RIO.  James will share specific advice about how to write a great One Page Summary and proposal outline and will provide details about RIO’s resources for you, including writing and graphics resources.

https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/99114964586

Contact Jennie Bell with questions.

Date

Thursday, February 4, 2021
2021 - 10:30 to 12:00

Host

  • CIRES

Audience

  • CIRES employees

Type

  • Training
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ESOC Virtual Coffee Hour

ESOC Virtual Coffee Hour

ESOC virtual coffee hour occurs weekly from 9-10am on Wednesdays. We will be meeting remotely on Zoom. Please email Claire Waugh (waughc@colorado.edu) for information.

ESOC researchers, post-docs and graduate students gather for conversation and to discuss research. Occasional guest speakers are invited to give short presentations on topics of interest.

Date

Wednesday, February 10, 2021
2021 - 09:00 to 10:00

Host

  • ESOC

Audience

  • CIRES employees
  • CU Boulder employees
  • NOAA employees
  • Science collaborators

Type

  • Meeting

contact

Claire Waugh; waughc@colorado.edu

Location

2021-02-10
 
Supervisor Training Series

Supervisor Training Series

CIRES Annual Summary, Career Track and Professional Development presented by Angela Knight, CIRES HR Director. 

Angela will give an overview of the Annual Summary of Accomplishments (ASA), the Career Track, and the supervisor’s role in both of these processes. This presentation will also update supervisors and hiring managers about the current status of the Colorado Equal Pay Act and the support they can expect from CIRES HR in executing related requirements. CIRES professional development fund, which supports CIRES employees in pursuing professional development opportunities both internal and external to CU will also be discussed.

 

Join by Zoom: 

https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/98280829317

 

**Note: This is the first presentation in a four-part virtual training series, brought to you by CIRES and CU HR. Join us Wednesdays at 10:00 am, starting Feb. 10 and ending Mar. 3 (upcoming dates and topics below). Each 1-hour session will be recorded and posted to the insideCIRES Admin News blog. Appropriate for new and continuing supervisors. Federal partners are welcome to attend. 

  • February 17: Performance Management 
  • February 24Hiring & Onboarding
  • March 3: Onboarding within the NOAA Cooperative Agreement

Date

Wednesday, February 10, 2021
2021 - 10:00

Host

  • CIRES

Audience

  • CIRES employees

Type

  • Training

Location

Zoom
2021-02-10
 
NC CASC Webinar Series: Drought, Wildfire, and Climate Change: From Scenarios to Real Life through the Eyes of a Scientist-Land Manager

NC CASC Webinar Series: Drought, Wildfire, and Climate Change: From Scenarios to Real Life through the Eyes of a Scientist-Land Manager

NC CASC Webinar Series

Drought, Wildfire, and Climate Change: From Scenarios to Real Life through the Eyes of a Scientist-Land Manager

Presented by: Koren R. Nydick, Chief of Resource Stewardship at Rocky Mountain National Park 

Thursday, February 11, 2021, 11a-12p MST

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://cuboulder.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAqf-6spjkjE9c1XO_UYZvDSAFoQQ-JehN0

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to join the meeting.  

Abstract:

Scenarios are a great tool to examine possible climate futures, play out potential consequences, and identify preemptive actions to prepare for and adapt to changes. In 2011 as science coordinator at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, I led a fire management futures scenario planning exercise and over the next few years incorporated scenarios into resource stewardship planning for giant sequoias and other priority resources. Almost as soon as the scenarios were written, aspects of them began to play out in real-time, and this experience has continued in my role as Chief of Resource Stewardship at Rocky Mountain National Park. As a result, we are learning about climate change in real-time, including how to react as well as prepare for the future. The emerging picture underscores the urgency of actions to adapt to a changing climate, the critical role of other interacting stressors, and the essential need for triage and prioritization.

About the speaker:

Koren Nydick has been the Chief of Resource Stewardship at Rocky Mountain National Park since 2018, overseeing the park's work on natural and cultural resources, planning and compliance, fire management, and research. Previously, she was an Ecologist and the park's science coordinator at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks in California. Before her career in the National Park Service, Koren lived in Colorado for over ten years, including earning a PhD at Colorado State University and working at the Mountain Studies Institute where she coordinated its first climate change workshop in 2006.

Dates for future NC CASC webinars:

March 11th, 2021, 11a-12p MST

April 8, 2021, 11a-12p MDT

May 13, 2021, 11a-12p MDT

June 10, 2021, 11a-12p MDT

July 8, 2021, 11a-12p MDT

August 12, 2021, 11a-12p MDT

September 9, 2021, 11a-12p MDT

October 14, 2021, 11a-12p MDT

November 11, 2021, 11a-12p MST

December 9, 2021, 11a-12p MST

Date

Thursday, February 11, 2021
2021 - 11:00

Host

  • NCCASC

Audience

  • CIRES employees
  • CU Boulder employees
  • General Public
  • NOAA employees
  • Science collaborators

Type

  • Seminar
  • Open to Public
2021-02-11
 
 
 
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Atmospheric Chemistry Program Seminar

Atmospheric Chemistry Program Seminar

Towards improved understanding of nitrogen dioxide emissions from forest fires

Debora Griffin,
Environment Canada,

"Smoke from wildfires are a significant source of air pollution, which can adversely impact ecosystems and the air quality in downwind populated areas. With increasing severity of wildfires over the years, these are a significant threat to air quality in densely populated areas. Emissions from wildfires are most commonly estimated by a bottom-up approach, using proxies such fuel type, burn area, and emission factors. Emissions are also commonly derived with a top-down approach, using satellite observed Fire Radiative Power. Furthermore, wildfire emissions can also be estimated directly from satellite-borne measurements.

I will present recent advancements and improvements of direct emission estimates of forest fire NOx emissions by using TROPOMI (Tropospheric Monitoring Instrument) high-resolution satellite datasets, including NO2 vertical column densities (VCDs) and information on plume height and aerosol scattering. The effect of smoke aerosols on the sensitivity of TROPOMI to NO2 (via air mass factors) is estimated with recalculated VCDs, and validated with aircraft observations. Different top-down emission estimation methods are tested on synthetic data to determine the accuracy, and the sensitivity to parameters, such as wind fields, satellite sampling, instrument noise, NO2:NOx conversion ratio, species atmosphere lifetime and plume spread. Lastly, the top-down, bottom-up and direct emission estimates of fire emissions are quantitatively compared."

Date

Monday, February 15, 2021
2021 - 12:30

Host

  • CU Boulder

Audience

  • CIRES employees
  • CU Boulder employees
  • General Public
  • NOAA employees
  • Science collaborators

Type

  • Seminar
  • Open to Public

contact

anne.handschy@colorado.edu
2021-02-15
 
 
Supervisor Training Series

Supervisor Training Series

Performance Management presented by Kelly Leandro, CU HR, Principal Employee Relations Consultant

Kelly will focus on supervision fundamentals such as building rapport, coaching techniques, effective ways to offer feedback, and difficult conversations. In this extraordinary year, she will discuss special considerations to help supervisors discuss the challenges of 2020, the ways in which to discuss the effects 2020 had on job duties and goals, and the ways in which to incorporate flexibility and compassion into evaluation feedback. Supervisors will also get acquainted with the documentation used to address performance issues and progressive discipline, as well as learn about the role of Campus HR in the process of addressing such concerns.

 

Join by Zoom: 

https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/95756675268

 

**Note: This is the second presentation in a four-part virtual training series, brought to you by CIRES and CU HR. Join us Wednesdays at 10:00 am, starting Feb. 10 and ending Mar. 3 (upcoming dates and topics below). Each 1-hour session will be recorded and posted to the insideCIRES Admin News blog. Appropriate for new and continuing supervisors. Federal partners are welcome to attend. 

  • February 24: Hiring & Onboarding
  • March 3: Onboarding within the NOAA Cooperative Agreement

Date

Wednesday, February 17, 2021
2021 - 10:00

Host

  • CIRES

Audience

  • CIRES employees

Type

  • Training

Location

Zoom
2021-02-17
 
ESOC Virtual Coffee Hour

ESOC Virtual Coffee Hour

ESOC virtual coffee hour occurs weekly from 9-10am on Wednesdays. We will be meeting remotely on Zoom. Please email Claire Waugh (waughc@colorado.edu) for information.

ESOC researchers, post-docs and graduate students gather for conversation and to discuss research. Occasional guest speakers are invited to give short presentations on topics of interest.

Date

Wednesday, February 17, 2021
2021 - 09:00 to 10:00

Host

  • ESOC

Audience

  • CIRES employees
  • CU Boulder employees
  • NOAA employees
  • Science collaborators

Type

  • Meeting

contact

Claire Waugh; waughc@colorado.edu

Location

2021-02-17
 
Racial Equity Challenge for Institutes

Racial Equity Challenge for Institutes

The signup window is open for the Racial Equity Challenge for Institutes, which is being led by the CU Institute of Cognitive Science in partnership with CIRES and the other CU Boulder Research Institutes. 

 

Registration will close end of day February 17. Sign up for the Racial Equity Challenge here.

Between February 26 and April 2, we’ll go through the free CU Anti-Racism course on Coursera, led by Jennifer Ho and Shawn O’Neal. You’ll go through the course at your convenience over the 21 days. Each week there will be meetings facilitated by Shawn O’Neal with breakout groups. Our Federal partners are also welcome to join. 

 

Challenge meetings will be on Fridays:

  • Feb 26, 2:00 - 2:45 — introduction and kick-off
  • March 5, 2:00 - 3:00ish — discussions led by Shawn O’Neal facilitator
  • March 12, 2:00 - 3:00ish — discussions led by Shawn O’Neal facilitator
  • March 19, 2:00 - 3:00ish — discussions led by Shawn O’Neal facilitator
  • April 2, 2:00 - 3:00ish — optional post-Challenge wrap-up and how to apply your knowledge

**Participation in all of the meetings is strongly recommended.​**

 

This challenge has been organized by the Institute of Cognitive Science Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity Committee.

Racial Equity Challenge Planning Team: Alex Napolitan, Denny Schaedig, Nicole Speer, Veronica Koral, Yasko Endo

 

Want to go deeper?

Anyone who is interested in being a breakout room monitor should fill out the interest form on the registration page. Monitors must attend a training session and are eligible to receive a $75 stipend for every date they serve as monitor. 

 

Please contact Susan Sullivan with any questions at susan.sullivan@colorado.edu.  

Date

Wednesday, February 17, 2021
2021 - 17:00

Host

  • Diversity & Inclusion

Audience

  • CIRES employees
  • CU Boulder employees

Type

  • Training

contact

susan.sullivan@colorado.edu

Location

Zoom links TBD after Feb 18.
2021-02-17
 
 
The Future of Hydraulic Fracturing in the US and Colorado

The Future of Hydraulic Fracturing in the US and Colorado

Join the Colorado Local Science Engagement Network (CO-LSEN) on Friday, February 19, from 1-3 PM MST for a two-part webinar titled, What is the future of hydraulic fracturing in the U.S. and Colorado?. Hear from scientific experts and decision-makers on the economic, environmental, human health, and community considerations of hydraulic fracturing in the future. Separate panels will be held to examine the topic at both the state and national levels.

For Zoom registration details, click here.

Date

Friday, February 19, 2021
2021 - 13:00 to 15:00

Host

  • CIRES

Audience

  • CIRES employees
  • CIRES families
  • CU Boulder employees
  • General Public
  • NOAA employees
  • Science collaborators

Type

  • Seminar
  • Open to Public

Location

coloradolsen.quorum.us/event/7007/
2021-02-19
 
 
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Atmospheric Chemistry Program Seminar

Atmospheric Chemistry Program Seminar

An Investigation of the Gas-Phase Products of NO3 Radical Oxidation of Δ-3-Carene

Olivia Jenks,
ANYL 3rd year, de Gouw Group

"Organic aerosol can have an impact on the climate, visibility, and human health. Oxidation of biogenic volatile organic compounds forms secondary organic aerosol (SOA) by lowering the volatility of the molecule and partitioning to the particle phase. The NO3-initiated oxidation of Δ-3-carene is being studied because it connects the interaction of biogenic and anthropogenic emissions to form aerosol, and expands on previous work with ɑ- and β-pinene. In this work, I explore the first generation gas-phase products of the NO3-initiated oxidation of Δ-3-carene in a 8 m3 Teflon FEP chamber using a Vocus proton-transfer-reaction time-of-flight mass spectrometer (Vocus PTR-ToF) and a high-resolution time-of-flight chemical-ionization mass spectrometer (HR ToF-CIMS) using iodide adducts. The mass spectra of reaction products show the presence of many of the expected products, including hydroxynitrates, dicarbonyls, hydroxycarbonyl nitrates, hydroxy dicarbonyls, and dicarbonyl hydroxynitrates, but also show significant fragmentation of the parent ions through loss of water and/or nitric acid. Parent and fragment ions are grouped together taking advantage of gas-wall interactions in Teflon tubing, which provide some simple “poor-person’s chromatography,” while transmitting all the species. Understanding the mechanism of the oxidation of Δ-3-carene by NO3 radicals allows for a better understanding of the fate of organic nitrate in the atmosphere, which will improve interpretation of field data and global chemical models."

Date

Monday, February 22, 2021
2021 - 12:30

Host

  • CU Boulder

Audience

  • CIRES employees
  • CU Boulder employees
  • General Public
  • NOAA employees
  • Science collaborators

Type

  • Seminar
  • Open to Public

contact

anne.handschy@colorado.edu
2021-02-22
 
 
Supervisor Training Series

Supervisor Training Series

Hiring & Onboarding presented by Blair Perri & Casey Kipple CU HR, Jimena Ugaz, CIRES HR.

Presenters will cover review the posting, interviewing and onboarding processes for CIRES employees, elements of the job description, the requirements of the Equal Pay Act related to compensation, and the functionality of Applicant Tracking System (Avature). Presenters will also address the value of Textio in writing a more inclusive job ad, talk about Skillsurvey as an alternative to letters of recommendation, and discuss the revised CU orientation (the Quick Start program) in light of our remote status. This session will be valuable for both current and future hiring supervisors and search committee members. 

 

Join by Zoom: 

https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/92089503917

 

**Note: This is the third presentation in a four-part virtual training series, brought to you by CIRES and CU HR. Join us Wednesdays at 10:00 am, starting Feb. 10 and ending Mar. 3 (upcoming dates and topics below). Each 1-hour session will be recorded and posted to the insideCIRES Admin News blog. Appropriate for new and continuing supervisors. Federal partners are welcome to attend. 

  • March 3: Onboarding within the NOAA Cooperative Agreement

Date

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
2021 - 10:00

Host

  • CIRES

Audience

  • CIRES employees

Type

  • Training

Location

Zoom
2021-02-24
 
ESOC Virtual Coffee Hour

ESOC Virtual Coffee Hour

ESOC virtual coffee hour occurs weekly from 9-10am on Wednesdays. We will be meeting remotely on Zoom. Please email Claire Waugh (waughc@colorado.edu) for information.

ESOC researchers, post-docs and graduate students gather for conversation and to discuss research. Occasional guest speakers are invited to give short presentations on topics of interest.

Date

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
2021 - 09:00 to 10:00

Host

  • ESOC

Audience

  • CIRES employees
  • CU Boulder employees
  • NOAA employees
  • Science collaborators

Type

  • Meeting

contact

Claire Waugh; waughc@colorado.edu

Location

2021-02-24
 
NSIDC Cryosphere Seminar

NSIDC Cryosphere Seminar

NSIDC’s Cryosphere Seminar with Dr. Åsa Rennermalm on “Decreasing density and ice layer volume in near-surface firn in southwest Greenland’s percolation zone, 2012-2019”

Refreezing of meltwater in firn is a major component of the Greenland ice sheet’s mass budget, but in-situ observations are rare. Here, we compare the firn density and ice layer volume in the upper 15 m of nineteen new and twenty seven previously published firn cores extracted at fifteen locations in southwest Greenland between 1989 and 2019. Between 1989 and the 2010s, bulk density and ice layer volume increased in the top 15 m of ice sheet firn,. However, following several years with above median surface melt starting in 1998 and culminating with the extreme melt in 2012, density and ice layer volume decreased in the top 3.75 m between 2013 and 2019. This decline co-vary with local surface melt conditions, which remained at or below median values after 2012. This decline in density and ice layer volume is robust across all sites between elevations from 1895 m a.s.l to 2355 m a.s.l. Only the lowest elevation site at 1840 m a.s.l. diverge from the other sites where density and ice layer volume were rather constant in the top 3.75 m between 2013 and 2019. This study shows that temporary buildup in firn pore space and meltwater infiltration capacity is possible despite the long-term increase in Greenland ice sheet melting that started in the early 1990s and is projected to continue in the coming decades.  

Brief Bio:  Åsa Rennermalm is an associate professor at the Department of Geography at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Her research interest is hydrology and glaciology of the Arctic region. Currently, she is studying the Greenland ice sheet to understand how much meltwater escapes to the ocean where it affects marine environments and raise global sea levels. Her work centers around field data collection and analysis, but also involves models and satellite data. She has participated in several Arctic field expeditions.  Åsa joined Rutgers faculty in 2009. Before coming to Rutgers, she was a postdoctoral researcher at Department of Geography at University of California Los Angeles. Her Ph.D is from Civil and Environmental Engineering at Princeton University, and she has a master and undergraduate degree from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. 

Note: Åsa [pronounced aw-suh] is a female first name in Sweden and Norway.

CV: http://oirap.rutgers.edu/Facsurv/html/Asa_K._Rennermalm.html 

Webpage: http://ahrl.rutgers.edu/

Date

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
2021 - 11:00 to 12:00

Link

Host

  • NSIDC

Audience

  • CIRES employees
  • CU Boulder employees
  • General Public
  • NOAA employees
  • Science collaborators

Type

  • Seminar
  • Open to Public

Resources

contact

Mistia Zuckerman

2021-02-24
 
NSIDC Cryosphere Seminar

NSIDC Cryosphere Seminar

Leveraging Automation for Sea Ice Mapping with Dr. Macarena Ortiz

Warming conditions in the Arctic are leading to a more ice-free regime, thus allowing for increased activity in the region. This in turn puts more pressure on organizations like the United States National Ice Center (NIC), who provide the U.S. Government with daily and weekly sea ice charts for maritime safety of navigation and maritime-domain awareness. In order to aid with the ever increasing frequent updates, the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA), in partnership with the NIC, has been actively collaborating and developing Research and Development (R&D) programs which exploit machine learning and computer vision to enhance and facilitate the ice analyst workflow.  In this talk, we present the technological advancements the NGA and the NIC are developing and adopting in order to meet the current and future demands of a changing Arctic.

Brief bio:  Macarena Ortiz (Mac) is a research and development scientist and program manager at the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA).  At NGA, Mac leads R&D programs involving remote sensing and automation, with a focus on the cryosphere. Prior to her work at NGA, she completed a Post-doc at NASA Langley Research Center, working with the climate and radiation branch on a project to merge machine learning techniques with climate reanalysis models. Mac got her PhD in applied physics from the University of Miami, where her doctoral work focused on using machine-learning methods to remotely sense the Arctic marginal ice zone. She grew up in New York City, has two Persian cats, and has lived in the Arctic.

 

TO JOIN BY ZOOM:

From a computer: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/5409618610

Or iPhone one-tap : US: +16465588656,,5409618610# 

Or Telephone: US: +1 646 558 8656 , Meeting ID: 540 961 8610

International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/MNl8z

Date

Thursday, February 25, 2021
2021 - 11:00 to 12:00
MST

Link

Host

  • NSIDC

Audience

  • CIRES employees
  • CU Boulder employees
  • General Public
  • NOAA employees
  • Science collaborators

Type

  • Seminar
  • Open to Public

Resources

contact

Mistia Zuckerman

2021-02-25
 
CGA CIRES Perks Orientation

CGA CIRES Perks Orientation

Description:

Are you new to CIRES and have no idea what incredible perks are provided to you here? Have you been with CIRES for a while, but wonder if there are services you have been missing out on? Come to the CIRES perks orientation to find out what CIRES has to offer you! 

You will have the opportunity to meet CIRES staff who are here to help you be a successful member and researcher: CIRES Leadership, Communications, IT, Finance, Education and Outreach, Diversity and Inclusion, HR, and the Instrument Shop. From grant and budget writing, to personal profile building and outreach development, CIRES can support you!

Schedule:

11:00 - 11:05 People arrive

11:05 - 11:10 Lauren/Meghan CGA Intro

11:10 - 11:16 Christine Wiedinmyer Director's office

11:16 - 11:22 Anne Gold Education/outreach

11:22 - 11:28 Susan Sullivan Diversity/Inclusion

11:28 - 11:36 Gretchen Richard + team Finance

11:36 - 11:41 Donald David Instruments

11:41 - 11:47 Nate Campbell IT

11:47 - 11:53 Katy Human Communication

11:53 - 12:01 Angela Knight + team HR

12:01 + Questions/Answer

12:15 + Wrap up

Date

Thursday, February 25, 2021
2021 - 11:00 to 12:30

Link

Host

  • CGA

Audience

  • CIRES employees

Type

  • Annual Event
  • Seminar

Resources

2021-02-25
 
 
 
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