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Chasing Volcanoes

Foredrag — Join us, when Wine & Science invites Clive Oppenheimer to talk about his exploration of active volcanoes around the world and give us insights into how far volcanologists have come in understanding the dynamics of volcanos and being able to predict eruptions.

Info

Date & Time:

Place:
Chr. Hansen Auditoriet, Bartholinsgade 4A, 1356 København K

Hosted by:
Statens Naturhistoriske Museum

Cost:
Alm. billet 150 kr. (+ gebyr) / Studerende: 110 kr. (+ gebyr) / Årskortholder: 110 kr. (+ gebyr)

Foredrag med Vin & Videnskab
28. oktober 2020 kl. 19:00 – 21:15
Vært: Statens Naturhistoriske Museum

Talk by Award-winning professor of volcanology from the University of Cambridge CLIVE OPPENHEIMER

NB: Foredraget vil være på engelsk / The talk will be in English

Our international guest of the autumn season is Clive Oppenheimer, an award-winning professor of volcanology from the University of Cambridge. He has spent about three decades studying volcanoes, from Antarctica, where he has conducted fieldwork on Mount Erebus for 13 seasons, to remote Pacific islands, Central African war zones and North Korea. He is the main character of Werner Herzog’s documentary Into the Inferno (2016) which can be seen on Netflix.

Tonight, Clive Oppenheimer will talk about his exploration of active volcanoes around the world and give us insights into how far volcanologists have come in understanding the dynamics of volcanos and being able to predict eruptions.

A glass of wine will be served during the intermission (included in the price).

Remember that you can get a discount on the museum’s talks with your student card.

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Learn more about the talk here and buy your ticket via Billetto…

See the entire fall program with Wine & Science at www.vinogvidenskab.dk

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