Andreas Pflitsch is a professor of physical geography at Ruhr University in the German city of Bochum. He has studied climatic conditions in ice caves in a number of U.S. states since 1996.
At ISER, he’ll talk about his research in ice caves in Alaska and in glacial caves on volcanoes in Oregon and Washington. Many glaciers have far-reaching cave systems in the ice, and Dr. Pflitsch’s work is some of the first to assess climatic conditions in those caves. Join us at ISER to hear what he’s learned.
When: Thursday, March 23, 12 to 1
Where: ISER conference room,
Third floor, 1901 Bragaw Street, Suite 301
Parking is free. Call 907-786-7710 if you need directions.
Those who can’t attend in person can stream the talk live at: http://stream.iseralaska.org