Snow: Tiny Crystals, Global Impact is an interactive touring science exhibition focused on the global impact of snow on climate and human culture.
$50K / 3 months + inbound shipping
Snow: Tiny Crystals, Global Impact provides interactive learning opportunities that increase visitors’ understanding of snow and the vital role that it plays in our global climate system and availability of water resources. Peek inside the snowpack to discover how it changes over time and the animals that make their homes there. Walk through a snowstorm to get an up close look at the crystals that make up different types of storms. Learn about climate adaptation by balancing resources and making trade-offs.
From the wonder of snowflakes to building snowpeople to unique stories from the tundra, Snow: Tiny Crystals, Global Impact offers learners ages 9-14 and their visitor groups the opportunity to explore all the ways this fundamental weather phenomenon impacts our lives - no matter where we live!
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Snow: Tiny crystals, global impact is being produced and will be toured by the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI). This exhibit was made possible by a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant (award number 1808749).