Batten down the hatches! Secret Science Club storms back into the Bell House with Atmospheric Scientist, Physicist & Author Adam Sobel on our changing climate, extreme weather and the lessons of Hurricane Sandy.
Dr. Sobel asks: How do physicists predict extreme storms and create climate models? What impacts will climate change have on natural disasters of the future? How can vulnerable coastal cities prepare for Future Weather in a Future Climate? Get ready to be swept off your feet!
Adam Sobel is an atmospheric scientist and professor at
the departments of Earth and Environmental Sciences and Applied
Physics and Applied Mathematics. He has been a featured scientist on PBS’s
NOVA, CNN, All Things Considered, and StarTalk
Radio. His first book, Storm Surge,
has just been released. Columbia University
Before & After
--Try our inclement cocktail of the night, the Tempest (in a Tumbler)
--Stay warm and dry with weather-proofed tunes
--Stick around for the whirlwind Q&A
--Snag a signed copy of Adam Sobel’s thunderous new book, Storm Surge
This next breezy edition of the Secret Science Club meets Tuesday, October 28, 8 pm @ the Bell House,
7th St. (between 2nd and 3rd aves) in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Subway:
F or G to 4th Ave,
R to 9th St.
Doors open at 7:30 pm. Please bring ID: 21+. No cover. Just bring your smart self!