A local researcher is set to report on climate change’s impact on the 11 Finger Lakes in an upcoming Zoom session. Steve Shaw, an associate professor at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science, will present “30 Years of Climate Change Science: What Do We Know and Not Know about Hydrologic Changes in the Finger Lakes?” on January 25 at 5:30 p.m.
Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association (SLPWA) asserts that while their is a strong scientific certainty that greenhouse gas emissions are affecting global climate, the local ramifications on the hydraulic process are less clear, reports Finger Lakes Times. The program will inform the community on what is known about the local impact and provide suggestions in terms of strategy moving forward.
People can register for Zoom event using this link.
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