glaciers

glaciers

Live from the Canadian Rockies, it’s Earth science in action!
August 6, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

The things they carry are large and small, and their actions are earth-shattering, to say the least. They are unstoppable forces of nature that move slower than a sloth. I don’t mean my family of 20 Indians, but rather the things that those 20 people traveled all the way to western Canada to go see: […]

Ice Planet: Earth
May 19, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

There has been much discussion and confusion about global climate change. With an upcoming lecture and planetarium show on the topic, you have an opportunity to discover the facts and whether or not you should be concerned about the climate. This month we invite you to learn more about ice and glaciers, and the effect these […]



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