I have given more than 100 invited talks on both my research and general climate change since 2007, at locations including United Nations General Assembly Room, Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, the National Science Foundation headquarters in Washington, DC, many New York City Public Schools, and elsewhere.
- K. D. Mankoff. Greenland subglacial hydrology upstream and into fjords. University of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography, Narragansett, RI, June 2014.
- K. D. Mankoff. Mapping and Modeling Subglacial Conduits with a Low-Cost 3D Camera, Novel Algorithms, and Computational Fluid Dynamics. NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS), New York, New York, 2013.
- K. D. Mankoff. Using the Microsoft Kinect to Map Cave Surfaces. Subglacial Workshop. Engabreen Tunnel, Svartisen, Norway, 2012.
- K. D. Mankoff. Pale Blue Truth (A live oral presentation of An Inconvenient Truth and introduction to EdGCM). National Science Foundations (NSF) Headquarters. Washington, DC, 2008.
- K. D. Mankoff. Pale Blue Truth: A Live Custom Version of An Inconvenient Truth. Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. South Pole, Antarctica, 2007.
- K. D. Mankoff. Pale Blue Truth. McMurdo Station, Antarctica. McMurdo Station, Antarctia, 2007.
- K. D. Mankoff. An Inconvenient Truth. United Nations General Assembly Room, UNIS-UN Conference. The United Nations, 2007.
- K. D. Mankoff. MarsClock: A Clock for Mars. Keynote talk at Palmsource Developers Conference. San Francisco, CA, 2004.