Dec 18: Earth, Migrations, and the Human Effect at the Hayden Planetarium

Event Date: December 18, 2012
Location: Hayden Planetarium Space Theater (Enter at 81st Street), New York, NY
Time: 7 pm
Registration required: Call 212-769-5200
Tickets: Free

Life across our home planet is dependent on the energy of the sun, the cycles of seasons and climate, and human influences including land use and climate change. See how life responds to these many factors at global to local scales. This NOAA-funded effort brings new Earth focus into the Hayden Planetarium to examine the data and trends of our home planet.

This interactive presentation will be led by the American Museum of Natural History’s Director of Astrovisualization Carter Emmart and NOAA’s Climate Program Office Visualization Manager Dr. Ned Gardiner.

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