Arctic Journeys in the Era of Climate Change

Arctic Journeys in the Era of Climate Change 


Join Iowa native David Thoreson on an evening of historic sailing voyages and a discussion of climate change.  Thoreson will speak about his travels and first hand observations of how climate change is impacting our Arctic 

An accomplished sailor whose maritime credits include a successful voyage below the Antarctic Circle, Thoreson first attempted to cross the Northwest Passage in 1994 on the 57-foot sailboat Cloud Nine. After icy conditions threatened to crush the sailboat’s hull, the crew was forced to retreat. Thirteen years later, Thoreson made another attempt (again on s/v Cloud Nine) and witnessed firsthand a changing Arctic climate reduced the pack ice dramatically, assisting in a successful navigation of the Northwest Passage.


September 30, 2015 at 7pm - 9:30pm
Fairleigh Dickinson University
140 University Plaza Dr
Dickinson Hall/Wilson Auditorium
Hackensack, NJ 07601
United States
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