Lorentz Center lecture at Naturalis
On Thursday, September 28, there will be a special Lorentz Lecture at Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Darwinweg 2 in Leiden. The lecture will focus on the oceans role in climate change by Dr. Ivy Frenger (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel | Biogeochemical Modelling), introduced by Katja Peijnenburg, (group leader 'Plankton diversity and Evolution' at Naturalis Biodviersity Center). The evening will consist of the following program:

19.00 Walk-in
19.30 Welcome and start lecture
          Questions and discussion round
21.00 Drinks
21.30 End

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The ocean’s role in mitigating climate change
The ocean plays a crucial role in mitigating climate change by absorbing 40% of our emitted carbon dioxide (CO2) from fossil fuel burning and 90% of the excess heat trapped in the Earth system. This service comes at a cost: it leads to ocean warming, increasing acidity, and impacts on marine life. The changes are long-term and will impact future climate. Our speaker will explore potential consequences and emphasize that understanding the ocean's behavior is crucial for effectively addressing future climate challenges and achieving climate goals.
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