The Many Complicated Ways How Ice Forms in the Atmosphere (STEM Speaker Series)

Date: 09/26/2023

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Special Collections Seminar Room


Understanding how ice forms in the atmosphere is crucial to our being able to predict extreme weather events. Unfortunately, it’s not that easy. In this talk, Prof. Daniel Knopf of the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences describes how we think ice forms in the atmosphere, experiments that are being done, and the current debates on how to interpret the results. 

If you have a disability and are requesting accommodations in order to fully participate in this event, please email or call 631-632-7100.


This event is fully booked.

Clara Tran

Clara Tran

Head, Science and Engineering at Stony Brook University Libraries
Clara is the member of the Library STEM Team.
Clara Tran
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