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Follow an Arctic Research Team in real time this fall and winter

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      Bernard Nebel
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      Hello All, This just came to my desk (11/4/19). It looks like a great opportunity. Enjoy! Please let me know how it goes. Dr. Nebel
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      Follow the MOSAiC Arctic research expedition in your classroom!

      More than 500 scientists from over 19 nations are spending a year in the Arctic ice to collect important data on the Arctic climate system. From September 2019 through October 2020, the icebreaker RV Polarstern will drift across the Arctic near the North Pole frozen in sea ice during one of the most extensive Arctic research expeditions ever conducted. Connect your students with the MOSAiC (Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate) expedition and bring real science into your classroom each week with MOSAiC Monday. Your students can track the expedition in real time on a map, graph Arctic oceanographic data from the ship, watch video interviews with scientists and crewmembers, and engage in short Arctic-related engagements that support your NGSS curriculum.


      Sign up for MOSAiC Monday today!

       
      Questions? Contact lynne.harden@colorado.edu
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