Thursday, April 4th – 3 PM
Dave DesJardins – Retired Research Scientist & and Professor of Exploratory Data Analysis
Environmental scientists are increasingly alarmed to see that their models tracking climate change are accelerating out of hand. In the last 20 years, the number of severe weather events in the world has tripled! Are we quickly reaching the tipping point of global warming? Join Dave DesJardins for a look into the future that should alarm us all.
Dave DesJardins is a retired research scientist who has taught his innovative Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA) techniques in graduate courses at major universities, at the UN, and to national statistical organizations around the world. He is also lifelong gardener and wild mushroom forager who has been a Master Gardener in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. Over the last several years, he has presented many courses concerning the causes and effects of climate change.