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Be a part of NOVA on three digital discipline journeys this month in celebration of Earth Day and Environmental Training Month.

Be a part of NOVA on three digital discipline journeys this month in celebration of Earth Day and Environmental Training Month. We shall be stay streaming a presentation and Q&A with three scientists doing Earth science analysis in excessive environments on the poles. 

We all know that many courses are assembly just about now on account of faculty closures from the coronavirus pandemic and we invite you to hitch the dialog together with your college students on the NOVA Training Fb web page the place we shall be internet hosting the digital discipline journeys. If you happen to’re fascinated with attending any of those journeys together with your courses, please RSVP to novaeducation@wgbh.org

The way to Assist a Satellite tv for pc from the South Pole

Wednesday, April 15, 2020
1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT
Watch Right here: NOVA Training Fb or NOVA Training YouTube

For our first digital discipline journey, Dr. Kelly Brunt (Affiliate Analysis Scientist with the College of Maryland and NASA) will focus on how researchers are monitoring the adjustments at Earth’s poles utilizing satellites with centimeter stage accuracy.

Have a good time Earth Day with Dr. Kirk Johnson

Wednesday, April 22, 2020
1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT
Watch Right here: NOVA Training Fb or NOVA Training YouTube

For our second digital discipline journey, rejoice the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day with Dr. Kirk Johnson, Sant Director of the Smithsonian Nationwide Museum of Nationwide Historical past and host of NOVA Polar Extremes. Hear about a few of his favourite locations on planet Earth, and why it is important to proceed studying about our planet.

Surviving (and Thriving) in a Polar Desert

Wednesday, April 29, 2020
1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT
Watch Right here: NOVA Training Fb or NOVA Training YouTube

For our third digital discipline journey, Melisa Diaz, a PhD scholar at Ohio State College, will focus on how organisms have survived for tens of millions of years within the salty, dry soils within the dry valleys of Antarctica.

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