Events - Weekly
|Sunday, October 21|
|Monday, October 22|
Planning for People and Places: Sustaining Languages, Cultures, and Biodiversity, Eleanor Sterling
PEI-STEP Lecture Series -- Eleanor Sterling, Director, Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, The American Museum of Natural History
Wallace Hall, Room 300 · 12:00 p.m.– 1:00 p.m.
|Tuesday, October 23|
Princeton Energy and Climate Scholars (PECS): An introduction to the eddy-covariance method
Speaker: Dan Li
The eddy-covariance system operated by the Hydrometeorology group at Princeton is located at the Broadmead site (close to the football stadium). It has a CSAT 3D sonic anemometer and a LICOR-7500, which measure the wind speed, air temperature, water vapor and CO2 concentration at high frequencies(~10-20Hz). Other variables measured at the site include four-component surface radiation, soil moisture, rainfall and so on.
Location: N/A · 4:30 p.m.– 6:00 p.m.
Energy Table: Mimicking Plants: CO2 + Sunlight = Fuel, Beth Zeitler and Jake Herb
Come join the Energy Table in Rocky Dining Hall on Tuesday evenings, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Each week a new topic is discussed, ranging from alternative energy to the psychology of climate change. No meal plan? No problem, as a limited number of meals are sponsored each week by Rockefeller College, Mathey College and the Princeton Environmental Institute. For additional information, please contact D.J. Bozym (email@example.com).
Rocky Dining Hall · 6:30 p.m.– 7:30 p.m.
|Wednesday, October 24|
Hitting the Roof of Analytical Framework: Epistemological Uncertainty in Bioenergy Assessments, Felix Creutzig
Felix Creutzig, visiting associate research scholar, PIIRS; Department of the Economics of Climate Change, Technical University Berlin
Commentator: Stephen W. Pacala, Frederick D. Petrie Professor in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Robertson Hall, Bowl 1 · 4:30 p.m.– 6:00 p.m.
|Thursday, October 25|
The Journey of the Universe, Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim
Visiting professor this fall in Princeton, Mary Evelyn Tucker is Professor of World Religions and Ecology at Yale University. She is co-author of a seminal book and Emmy Award-Winning film shown on PBS, Journey of the Universe. As a member of the Interfaith Partnership for the Environment at the United Nations since 1986, she is co-editor of books on ecological views of Buddhism, Confucianism, and Hinduism. Her remarks will weave a tapestry that draws together scientific discoveries in astronomy, geology, biology, ecology, and biodiversity with humanistic insights. From the Big Bang to the epic impact humans have on the planet today, this is the chance to ask one of the world’s foremost thinkers your most profound questions about the nature of the universe.
D&R Greenway · 6:30 p.m.– 8:30 p.m.
|Friday, October 26|
|Saturday, October 27|