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Talkback 360 Visualizing Science: The Changing Arctic Ice
Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Explore the Arctic ice cap with photographer Chris Linder, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution scientist John Toole, and PAOC Senior Scientist Patrick Heimbach. See stunning images from the pole, explore the latest data from deep beneath the cap’s surface, and find out how such information can be used to forecast global environmental change.

Image from MIT Museum Event TalkBack 360 - Visualizing Science: The Changing Acrtic Ice
Image from MIT Museum Event TalkBack 360 - Visualizing Science: The Changing Acrtic Ice

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Explore the Arctic ice cap with photographer Chris Linder, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution scientist John Toole, and PAOC Senior Scientist Patrick Heimbach. See stunning images from the pole, explore the latest data from deep beneath the cap’s surface, and find out how such information can be used to forecast global environmental change.

Image from MIT Museum Event TalkBack 360 - Visualizing Science: The Changing Acrtic Ice
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Image from MIT Museum Event TalkBack 360 - Visualizing Science: The Changing Acrtic Ice
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Image from MIT Museum Event TalkBack 360 - Visualizing Science: The Changing Acrtic Ice
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