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Short Talks on Big Ideas: Colin Meyer on Worlds of Ice and Snow

Jun 3, 2022

12 minute read

Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

Join Assistant Professor of Engineering Colin Meyer, as he takes a fascinating look at Earth's icy and frozen locations in a changing climate.

Colin R. Meyer is an Assistant Professor of Engineering at Dartmouth's Thayer School of Engineering. Colin earned his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University. He also holds a MASt from Cambridge University and a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from University of California, Berkeley. He joined Dartmouth's faculty in 2019. His research interests include fluid dynamics, snow and ice mechanics, glaciology, icy satellites, and applied mathematics.

Additional Resources: 

Planetary Radio: Worlds of Snow and Ice

"Doomsday Glacier is Coming for us All," from Rolling Stone

"These NW glaciers expected to disappear in 50 years" from the Oregonian

 "No return to normal: Low mountain snowpack reflects the West’s grim climate outlook" from KUNR Public Radio