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2010 Noble Lectures - "New Worlds, New Climates"

The 2010 Noble Lectures will be given by Prof. Raymond T. Pierrehumbert, Louis Block Professor in Geophysical Sciences at the University of Chicago.
Raymond Pierrehumbert

The lectures will be given the week of April 19th, with a special Physics Colloquium on Monday, April 19th. They will focus on the climate of physical atmospheres.

More information about Prof. Pierrehumbert and his research interests is available on his website.

Lecture Schedule

All lectures will take place in the Koffler Institute for Pharmacy Management, room KP 108. Refreshments will be served half an hour prior to the start of each lecture in the lobby of the Koffler Institute, just outside the lecture room. All five lectures will be one hour.

Raymond Pierrehumbert

Climate and Climate Evolution of Super Earths

Special Colloquium:

Dr. Raymond Pierrehumbert
4pm Monday April 19th, KP108

Reception to follow in MP110

Lecture Slides


Snowball Earth and Snowball Earths, Part I
11am Tuesday April 20th

Snowball Earth and Snowball Earths, Part II
11am Wednesday April 21th

Lecture Slides (Part I and II)

Climate Ethics, Climate Justice
11am Thursday April 22th

Lecture Slides; Nine Billion Ton Hamster

At the Outer Limit of the Habitable Zone
11am Friday April 23th

Lecture Slides