Lecture 8 and Lecture 9
Thanks again to Jim Morris for an extremely interesting lecture last week. In case you haven't already found it, the recording of Lecture 8 is available on the members page.
This week we are moving on to talk about winter processes and disturbances related to ice, with Professor Danika van Proosdij, from Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Fun fact, Halifax has a latitude of 44.6 N, which is further north than pretty much the entire east coast of the US, but further south than many of the US states bordering Canada (or at least part of them). And after you have finished checking out a map to try to work out what I was trying to pass off as a fun fact, there are several papers in the Google Drive that you can read in preparation.