Mary Tobin

Lamont Public Lecture Series

June 3, 2001

"Planetary Stewardship: What Do We Do About Fossil Fuels?"

"Planetary Stewardship," by Wallace Broecker Fossil Fuels & the Planet

Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory is located in Palisades, NY. This earth systems science research center is the only research facility in the world examining the planet from core to atmosphere. Lamont research cuts across every continent and ocean, and focuses on advancing understanding of the planet's origin, history and its future. This spring, the Observatory's top scientists will share their latest findings at Lamont's annual Public Lecture Series.

Wallace Broecker
Newberry Professor of Earth and Env. Sciences


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