Sunday, April 23, 2017 | 2:00 pm- 4:00 pm, Noel Wien Library Auditorium

All activities will be led by UAF scientists and educators:

  • GLOBE Observer Citizen Science– Participants will work with a UAF scientist to collect data on clouds in conjunction with libraries all over the nation using the new GLOBE Observer App.
  • Cloud Art and Science– Learn how to estimate cloud cover using by creating your own cloud artwork. Work with a scientist to create a cloud in a bottle and investigate winter air pollution in Fairbanks.
  • Earth and Climate Change Games– participants play and learn more about climate change and the way things like sea ice, permafrost, fire, and temperature interact to change the earth.
  • Augmented Reality Sandbox– Explore connections between land, clouds, and water using an augmented reality sandbox. Make mountains out of real sand, wave your hand to make a virtual cloud and watch what happens to the rain and water on the landscape you created.

For more information on this free program, call the Youth Services Department of the Noel Wien Library at 459-1052.

Hearing impaired attendees who need interpreter assistance should contact the Berry Room at least one week before a scheduled program to arrange interpreter service.