Green Bellevue's September 2019 Program

posted Sep 4, 2019, 3:47 PM by Brittany Dabestani   [ updated Sep 7, 2019, 12:22 PM by Ruth Richter ]

Climate Change in  NEBRASKA

Presenter: Dr. Martha Shulski
Director of UNL's Nebraska State Climate Office


Bellevue University
 Hitchcock Humanities Center, Criss Auditorium

Join Green Bellevue to hear from Dr. Martha Shulski about climate change and its associated impacts on our state. Following the presentation, you are invited to join in an interactive Q&A session. Green Bellevue meetings are free and open to the public, so invite your friends!

Please note that this meeting is at Bellevue University's Hitchcock Humanities Center, Criss Auditorium, 1040 Bruin Boulevard, Bellevue, NE 68005.

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A native of Nebraska, Martha Shulski serves as the State Climatologist and is an Associate Professor in the School of Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska Lincoln. She directs the Nebraska State Climate Office, which operates the Nebraska Mesonet – a state weather monitoring program with 70 weather stations across the state. Martha has degrees in Meteorology, Agricultural Meteorology and Soil Science. She joined UNL in 2009 as Director of the High Plains Regional Climate Center and moved to her current position as State Climatologist in 2016. Martha’s current work is in the areas of applied climatology, weather and climate monitoring, impact assessment and stakeholder engagement. She speaks to many different groups on the topic of climate change and associated impacts and teaches an introductory level course on climate change. Martha was one of the contributing authors on the Fourth National Climate Assessment. Her work has taken her to remote Alaska villages but now she is glad to call Nebraska home.