Jennifer Francis, PhD

Thursday, August 20, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.  The virtual meeting, lasting about an hour, is free and open to both members and the general public.

Jeffrey Mason, President of FCW is the host and will introduce the keynote speaker;  Jennifer Francis, PhD, Senior Scientist at the Woods Hole Research Center, who by popular demand is returning for an updated presentation on the question: How Does the Arctic Meltdown Affect Tropical Storms?  A question period will follow.

This is a chance to learn from a world-renowned researcher about the science behind extreme weather patterns in the mid-latitudes where we live.

Dr. Francis presented her research about Arctic warming at the 2019 World Economic Forum. She is published extensively in scientific and educational journals and quoted in major newspapers across the country.  Living or visiting Cape Cod and the Islands, we are on the front lines of climate change.

A brief FCW business meeting will precede Dr. Francis’ talk; with standing committee reports, and the annual prestigious Captain’s Award to the Reverend William C. Coleman, a FCW founding director.

More From Dr. Jennifer Francis:

Dr. Francis has provided two climate change articles she has recently published:

Below is her talk titled Rough Weather Ahead: How Climate Change is Making Our Weather More Extreme