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John Neilsen-Gammon, Climatologist presents: Summer 2022: What Happened and Why
By mid-September, summer will be over, or almost so. It’s time to take stock and figure out how the summer of 2022 stacks up against past summers. This talk will put the summer of 2022 within its historical climate context and explain the short-term, medium-term, and long-term factors that contributed to 2022 being yet another memorable summer in Texas. Also, since Texas Master Naturalist members are spread across the state with varying experiences, we’ll look at where in Texas the conditions were particularly unusual and therefore likely to have an outsized impact on the natural environment.
Link to register: https://txmn.tamu.edu/tmntuesdays/#september2022
Second Tuesday of each month at noon, the TMN State Office will offer an hour-long virtual advanced training event (sometimes including some fantastic new and returning guest speakers). These will be recorded each month and shared to the TMNTuesday website. TMNTuesdays are open to the public – all are welcome to attend. Each person will need to register via the WebEx registration link listed for that month. Keep in mind that EACH month will have a different registration link & password.
Attending a #TMNTuesday webinars as a live attendee or watching it recorded post-event can count for AT Hours under AT: TMN Tuesday in VMS.