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Home to the world’s second largest ice sheet, Greenland is a crucial location for climate change research. But have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a scientist conducting research in a country that’s 80% covered by ice? Join the Florida Museum, the University of Florida Thompson Earth Systems Institute and the UF Water Institute at Cypress & Grove Brewing Co. for brrrrrews with a polar punch! Grab a beer, a bite to eat and hear from a team of UF graduate students and faculty studying water in Greenland as they share stories from their Arctic adventures.Save the Date on Facebook
- Dr. Jon Martin, Professor of Geology and associate chair of Geological Sciences
- Megan Black, Ph.D. student, UF Department of Geological Sciences
- Jaehyeon Lee, Ph.D. student, UF Department of Soil, Water and Ecosystem Sciences
- Yuseung Shin, Ph.D. student, UF School of Natural Resources and Environment
- 6:30 p.m. – Event starts! Grab a bite, brew and mingle with tablers.
- 7-8 p.m. – Stories from the Arctic.
The event activities and discussion are FREE. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.
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