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Tuesday
10
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Shrinking Snow Caps and Rising Tides

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Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center
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A public lecture by Dr. Joaquim Goes, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University and 2017 SQCC Research Fellow.

Tuesday 10 April 12:00 p.m.

at 1100 16th St NW Washington DC 20036

This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.

To RSVP please email RSVP@sqcc.org with the subject "Goes Lecture - Full Name"

Of the many oceanic ecosystems experiencing climate-driven changes worldwide, the Arabian Sea stands out as the one with the most dramatic and extreme changes of all. In the western Arabian Sea, along the coast of Oman, these changes have begun manifesting in the form of widespread blooms of the mixotroph Noctiluca. Although Noctiluca blooms are non-toxic, their emergence as a major component of the food chain and their ability to destabilize the food chain represent a significant threat to Oman’s rich traditional artisanal fisheries.