Weather, Climate & COVID-19 with Dr. Dupigny-Giroux
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About the Event
Join the event hereVermont Climatologist Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux, Professor, Department of Geography, UVM (Fellow of the American Meteorological Society & President-elect of the American Association of State Climatologists)
In this talk, Dr. Dupigny-Giroux will present some of the emerging data on the implications of COVID-19 on GHG emissions, weather patterns and air pollution.
Dr. Dupigny-Giroux is an applied climatologist whose research interests intersect a number of interdisciplinary fields including hydroclimatic natural hazards, climate variability and change as well as the use of remote sensing in the fields of spatial climate and land-surface processes. Dr. Dupigny-Giroux is also the State Climatologist for Vermont and the lead author of the Northeast Chapter of the Fourth National Climate Assessment.