Earth Then, Earth Now: Our Changing Climate
Michael Winton is an oceanographer at the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
(GFDL) of the National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration (NOAA). At GFDL he
works on the development of global climate models for projecting anthropogenic climate
change. His research focuses on sea ice modeling, polar climate change, and the
role of air-sea fluxes in climate.
David V. Bloniarz, Ph.D,
Dr. David Bloniarz is an Urban Forester with an extensive background in urban forest
management and landscape design. David holds a Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture
and a Doctorate in Urban Forestry from the University of Massachusetts/Amherst.
Presently Dr. Bloniarz is Project Director of the USDA Forest Service’s Urban Natural
Resources Institute (UNRI). His work focuses on the transfer of information, tools,
technology, and research findings related to urban forest management.
Dr. Bloniarz is a Massachusetts Certified Arborist and a member of the American
Society of Landscape Architects.
Vicki Arthur, U.S. Forest Service, D.C. Headquarters, Conservation Education Office
Vicki Arthur is a Conservation Education Specialist with a background in biology
and environmental education.
Vicki holds a Masters Degree in Environmental Education from Southern Oregon University
and a BS in Biology from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado.
Vicki joined the Forest Service Conservation Education staff 2 years ago, from a
position as a wildlife biologist in Oregon. While working as a biologist, Vicki
developed a passion for translating science to education, which she continues to
enjoy in her new role.
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Underwritten by Sally Ride Science, NOAA, and the U.S. Forest Service.