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Warnings from the Inland Ice
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Professor Morris is one of the most senior British glaciologists and has worked on problems of climate change both in the Antarctic and in the Arctic. After working for the British Antarctic Survey as Head of the Ice and Climate Division and as the NERC Arctic Science Advisor she has recently become a Senior Associate of SPRI . She was appointed OBE in the Millennium Honours List for services to Polar Science. Tonight she will talk about her fieldwork on the Greenland Ice Sheet and how the ice sheet is responding to rapid climate change.
This talk is part of the Friends of Scott Polar Research Institute lecture series series.
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