Weather and ClimateThe average weather over a particular region of the Earth. Climate originates in recurring weather phenomenon that result from specific types of atmospheric circulation. Change from the North Pole to the Mainland
Youth (and the young at heart) are invited to this virtual event with Ignatius Rigor Ph.D. Director of the International Arctic BuoyA float moored in water or ice to mark a location, warn of danger, or indicate a navigational channel. Program. Encourage your students to attend by registering here.
Tuesday, November 10, 2020 from 5:00 pm-6:15 pm MST.
This is one of four Youth Water Leaders LIVE events happening virtually throughout November.
Find out how climate changes in the Arctic are affecting not only the Arctic Ocean and sea ice, but also the land and waters on the surrounding continents. Melting sea ice and changes in wind patterns affect polar bears, ocean health, ecology, and navigation of ships and submarines. Ignatius Rigor, Ph.D. an international Arctic scientist will share videos of weird natural phenomena happening in the arctic, his experiences in the field, and give youth participants a chance to interact with him and his work through this virtual experience.