What Would Thoreau Think? Global Warming at Walden Pond

Richard Primack, a Boston University College of Arts and Sciences professor of biology, speaks as [...]part of the College of Arts and Sciences Discoveries series. Using the journals of New England naturalist Henry David Thoreau as a comparative guide, Primack and his students, particularly Abraham Miller-Rushing (GRS'07), have been learning for the past five years how climate change and global warming are influencing the behavior of plants and wildlife in the Boston area.

Hosted by College of Arts and Sciences and College of Arts and Sciences Alumni Association on April 17, 2008.

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This lecture is part of the Discoveries lecture and learning series, hosted by the Boston University Alumni Association and the College of Arts & Sciences (http://www.bu.edu/cas/alumni/discoveries/).
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