Monday, February 21, 2011

Roger Andersen on Ice

Arctic Ice Presentation

Roger Andersen is part of the Polar Science Center/Applied Physics Lab/University of Washington, and at 7:30 pm Tuesday March 15, at St Alban's Episcopal Church, Edmonds, he will offer a slide show featuring 35 years of doing science in the Arctic. Roger feels that so often he has to offer an unsatisfactory description about his work, and perhaps about where he has been, that he just thought he would give anyone interested a better description, complete with pictures.

The Arctic gets a lot of attention these days, and here is a chance to see what it is like from someone who frequently travels there. If there is interest, he would be happy to discuss how science works and what being a scientist is like, especially if any students of any age show up considering science careers. For those wishing to talk about the current debate concerning climate change, that would be OK too.

You won’t want to miss this fascinating and insightful presentation!

Here are a couple of projects Roger Andersen is involved with:

You are always welcome at St Alban's!
St. Alban's Episcopal Church
21405 82nd Place West (near Five Corners)
Edmonds WA 98026


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