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Tune in to the sound of climate change in this performance of data-driven music and sonifications.
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.
Scientific data reveals the migration habits of marine animals.
Submerge yourself in underwater color perception.
Is pure water colorless?
Learn more about saildrones—wind-powered robots that collect ocean data.
See how the ocean drives Bay Area weather and climate.
How do first responders rescue whales tangled in debris?
Learn how to boil water without a lot of heat.
Plankton can distinguish between different colors of light.
Why are San Francisco summers so foggy?
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