HOW CLIMATE WORKS symposium, co-sponsored by Princeton University Press and the Princeton Environmental Institute

On October 12, 2012, Princeton University Press and the Princeton Environmental Institute hosted a day-long symposium titled HOW CLIMATE WORKS. The symposium was held in conjunction with the publication of our latest titles in the well-received Princeton Primers in Climate series.

In this first of ten segments to be posted here the symposium speakers discussed their contributions to the Princeton Primers in Climate series. The introduction remarks were given by Princeton University Press biological sciences editor Alison Kalett and Princeton professor Geoffrey Vallis, author of CLIMATE AND THE OCEANS.

This post is part of a series, explore additional posts hereHOW CLIMATE WORKS (Part 2) — David Schimel on Climate and Ecosystems >>