Measure your snow, help the planet!

By January 26th, 2011 at 2:21 pm | Comments (2)

Science for Citizens has teamed up with cryosphere researchers at the University of Warterloo to collect snow-depth measurements from around the world. These measurements are used to track climate changes.

So, join thousands of other citizen scientists, like Paul, and find a fresh patch of snow, plunge a ruler in it, and report the measurement. You’ll see your report show up on the cool map of snow measurements from across the globe.

This project is part of the Changing Planet series on NBC; a collaboration between the National Science Foundation, NBC News, Discover Magazine and Read more about Changing Planet here!

How much snow is on the ground where you are? Cryosphere researchers want to know!

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2 Responses to 'Measure your snow, help the planet!'

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  1. This was easy and fun!

    John Ohab

    27 Jan 11 at 3:34 pm

  2. It is an informative post. It is a great project. I am really impressed by your project idea. In this your team collect the snow-depth measurements from around the world. 


    13 Jun 11 at 3:10 am

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