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ASE Professor supports USP scholars’ Planet Earth Module
A group of students from NTU’s University Scholars Program visited the ASE last week to interview Professor Benjamin P. Horton on the effects of rising sea levels caused by climate change in Southeast Asia.
Here is what they had to say afterwards: “Your sharing was very insightful and will definitely go a long way to help shape our report. More importantly, all of us feel more inspired to play a more active role in pushing for sustainability (including requesting for bike lanes)”.
About Prof Ben Horton
Prof Ben Horton's research concerns sea-level and environmental change. He aims to understand and integrate the external and internal mechanisms that have determined sea-level changes in the past, and which will shape such changes in the future. Fundamental to this aim is bridging the gap between short-term instrumental records and long-term geological reconstructions and geophysical predictions. Prof Ben Horton has published over 180 articles in peer reviewed journals, including Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Nature Geosience and Geology.