Thomas Wijsmuller is op donderdag 9 mei te gast bij GRK en MW&B in Delft,

Hij zal informeel spreken over zijn werk op het gebied van zeespiegelstijging.

Dat dat ook op nationaal niveau weer actueel is, ondanks de toch niet-alarmerende berichten van Deltares, blijkt uit de alarmerende mini-campagne van nu.nl in nauwe samenwerking met KNMI.

Titel: “The Disconnect Between CO2 and World Sea-Level Trends”

  • 19:00 inloop
  • 19:30 Lezing
  • 20:15 “Meet & Greet”, borrel.
  • 21:30 Einde

In verband met het aantal te regelen stoelen verzoeken we tijdige registratie: stuur een email naar [email protected] Er is nog een beperkt aantal stoelen en wie het eerst komt (aanmeldt), eerst maalt.

De locatie is op loopafstand van Delft Centraal Station. Zie ook het evenement hier op de website.

Over Tom Wijsmuller:

Tom was born into the famous Wijsmuller Zeesleeper family, and briefly sailed on Wijsmuller Tugs as a youth. Moving with his family to the United States, he studied Meteorology – even working briefly with the KNMI as a summertime replacement meteorologist for vacationing staff members.
He was appointed to a NASA executive intern position and served with the agency before, during, and after the Moon Landings. He still retains some connections with NASA and is trying to persuade the agency to build a fleet of “Space Tugs” to ferry men and materials between Low Earth Orbit, the Moon, and Earth- Sun L2, where the Webb Space Telescope will be positioned. Over the years he has lectured at UvA, Delft TU, and chaired “Water Day” at UNESCO’s IHE.
He lectures on climate and Sea-Level matters all over the US and the world, recently having chaired the Oceanography Section of the massive World Congress on Oceans in Qingdao, China.
Tonight Tom will speak on “The Disconnect Between CO2 and World Sea-Level Trends ” using charts, graphics, and long term verified and validated data to drive his points home. His webpages: www.colderside.com can be accessed for more information, especially the Media pages which contain many of his presentations.