Ecological Responses to Climate Change: Lessons from the Past
Professor Jack Williams, UW-Madison Dept. of Geography and Center for Climate Research
How do species adapt to changing climates and how can we help them? Some of our best examples come from the end of the last ice age, when the world warmed by 5-10F. Jack will review how he studies past climates and ecosystems, what has been learned, and insights for today.
This is a re-schedule of the event February 12.