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Climate Change and Extinctions

(2013)

The UCSC University Library Synergy Lecture Series is excited to welcome Distinguished Professor Dr. Barry Sinervo as our Synergy Lecturer for Spring 2013.  He will present a climate change extinction model that has been validated by known lizard extinctions, and explain how this model can be extended to other vertebrates.

Presented April 24, 2013, 3-4pm in the  Ching-Yi Dougherty Reading Room of the UCSC Science & Engineering Library.

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