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Climate Change in History

Climate Change in History


Climate Change in History


Climate change and the consequences thereof are two of the biggest issues facing the modern world, however changing sea levels, precipitation (or lack thereof) and temperature fuctuations are far from simply a modern problem. The shifts in climate over the course of human history have had signifcant and long-term efects and this talk will examine both the shifts – such as the Mediaeval Warm Period and the Little Ice Age – and their efects on humankind. We will also examine the often catastrophic outcomes of large volcanic eruptions and other natural disasters that can alter the climate signifcantly on their own. 


Semester 2 - Wednesday 5.30 pm - 7.30 pm 18th April 2018


Fees are payable at standard or concession rates



Open Association - Short Courses 


Semester 2

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