Participating schools and topics of live video teleconferences in Winter 2019 between students and scientists at the Palmer LTER Station in Antarctica.

 

Sea Birds, January 23, 2019

Palmer LTER scientist Megan Cimino answered questions about sea birds from students at Franklin Elementary (NJ), Lisha Kill Middle School (NY) and Theodore Roosevelt Elementary (NJ).

 

Sea Birds, January 23, 2019

Palmer LTER scientist Megan Cimino answered questions about sea birds from students at Desert Ridge Middle School (NM), Howell Middle School (NJ) and Lincoln Middle School (NJ).

 

Marine Mammals, February 5, 2019 

Palmer LTER scientists Ross Nichols and Greg Larsen answered questions about marine mammals from students at Bridgeton High School (NJ) and Collier School (NJ).

 

Scientific Tools, February 13, 2019

Palmer LTER scientists Ross Nichols and Greg Larsen answered questions about scientific tools and marine mammals from students at Alpha Public School (NJ), Elton Gregory Middle School (OR), and Sand Creek Middle School (NY).

 

Sea Ice and Climate, February 27, 2019 

Palmer LTER scientists Greg Larsen and Beth Connors answered questions about how climate change is affecting ecosystems in Antarctica from students at Mainland Regional High School (NJ), Maria Carillo High School (CA) and Marine Academy of Science and Technology (NJ).

 

Food Webs, March 6, 2019 

Palmer LTER scientist Jack Conroy and  answered questions about how food webs in Antarctica from students at James Monroe Elementary (NJ), Phillipsburg Elementary (NJ) and STEM Academy, Comstock (MI).