April 18, 2018
Livingston Public Library
10 Robert Harp Drive
Livingston, NJ 07039
Within the past decade, New Jersey has experienced its wettest and warmest years in over a century of observations. Extreme events of late suggest that something is happening to NJ’s climate.
New Jersey's Changing Climate
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Free Presentation by Dr. David A. Robinson, Professor of Geography at Rutgers University and New Jersey's State Climatologist.
Learn about the weather and climate of theGarden State, events and issues on short to long time scales, where NJ’s climate is headed in the context of global climate change, and capabilities to monitor NJ’s environment.
This talk will explore related events on short to long time scales, promote an understanding of global climate variability and change, and explain how individuals can contribute to the monitoring of local weather/climate conditions.