Dr. Noah Diffenbaugh (’92) to Lecture on Extreme Weather and Global Warming

Are individual weather extreme events linked to global warming? MMS alumnus and Stanford professor Dr. Noah Diffenbaugh (’92) is a world-renowned expert in researching possible links between climate change and extreme climate events. On October 10 in Pacific Grove, Diffenbaugh will discuss techniques that have been developed over the past decade to allow scientists to answer this question. Admission for this public lecture is free; reserved tickets are required. For more information and to RSVP



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Nestled among the redwoods on 380 acres, Mount Madonna School (MMS) is a diverse learning community dedicated to creative, intellectual, and ethical growth. MMS supports its students in becoming caring, self-aware, discerning and articulate individuals; and believes a fulfilling life includes personal accomplishments, meaningful relationships and service to society. The program, accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS) and Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), emphasizes academic excellence, creative self-expression and positive character development. Located on Summit Road between Gilroy and Watsonville. Founded in 1979.

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