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Talk on February 18: Listen to Greenland ice sheet melt!

Join us for a unique opportunity to hear a truly interdisciplinary seminar.  Drs. Tedesco and Perl discuss their collaborative approach to climate research and music. Tedesco explains his fieldwork in Greenland, studying surface processes of snow and ice. Perl discusses his sonification process (translating climatological data into musical scores). Check out a feature about this collaboration here:

Climate Science Meets Music: Listen to the Greenland Ice Sheet Melting

Tuesday, 18 February 2014,  4:00 PM
Lower Dodge Gallery the Zimmerli Art Museum.
Reception follows seminar

Marco Tedesco, City College of New York, and

Jonathan Perl, Sonic Arts Center, City College New York

This event is part of the Seminar series Polar Perspectives on Art and Science  sponsored by: Zimmerli Arts Museum, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Department of Geography, Rutgers Climate Institute, Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Institute for Women and Art, Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs