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Clouds form when invisible water vapor in the air cools enough to form tiny droplets of liquid water.
How do artists approach the problem of sea level rise?
In this Lab and Lunch recording, historian Paul Edwards and artist Rosten Woo discuss how we use data to understand the impacts of climate change.
Find out what it takes to monitor climate change.
Listen to the haunting melody of this environmental sound installation.
Why are San Francisco summers so foggy?
Swirling water sculpts elaborate patterns of underwater dunes.
See human influences on the sky and their accumulated traces.
This NOAA buoy gathers data on CO2 levels, which are increasing in our oceans and affecting marine life.
Air—not water—erupts through fine powder to sculpt these roiling streams.
Use speed and air to build waves.
Launch a ring of fog.
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