Inside the Perpetual Planet Expedition
Collecting data at the peak of the world, Paul Mayewski and his multidisciplinary team of scientists endeavor to understand the full impact of climate change on one of the most extreme places on earth: Mount Everest. From one of the highest weather stations ever built to a ballpoint pen and paper, this expedition uses all levels of data collecting tools to drill into the ice cores of the past and monitor the glacial movements of the future.
For a video and classroom related resources visit: https://www.nationalgeographic.org/video/inside-extreme-expedition-mount-everest/
National Geographic Education Resource Library
This website hosts a varierty of tools and resources about the Perpetual Planet Expedition to Mount Everest including:
Inside the Expedition | Explorers Festival 2019
Event RSVP for Renewal Credits
Teachers may receive 0.2 renewal credits for your participation in this event on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at 6 p.m.
Please RSVP by completing our google form. You will have an opportunity to sign in and out at the lecture and to pick up a packet that will include your renewal credit certificate and additional information for a variety of science resources available to you through the National Geographic Society.
If you have questions about renewal credits for this event, please contact Dr. Tracie McLemore Salinas at firstname.lastname@example.org.