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Changing Earth Live Events, March 12-13, 2008

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Four live events, that you can join via internet, phone, or at participating science centres, will be occuring between March 12th-13th, in timezones around the world.
For more information, please check their websites, or watch this space.

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First Event: World Ocean Observatory
Technology required: internet and computer with sound
Time: March 12, 2008 @ 01.00.00 UTC
To participate,- download these instructions and follow instructions

Watch this archived event

Mumbai, India 06.30
Perth, WA 10.00
Adelaide, SA 11.30
Hobart, Tas 12.00
Wellington, NZ 14.00
hosted from Adelaide, South Australia

Presenters:
Mike Craven, AMISOR hot water drilling project on the Amery Ice Shelf
Tamsin Falconer, ANDRILL technician
Tim Naish, ANDRILL scientist

Facilitator Contact: Liz Murphy, liz.murphy@internode.on.net

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Second Event: ARCUS PolarTrec Live From IPY
Technology required: phone (minimum) and internet (optional)
Time: March 12, 2008 1700 UTC
To participate,- register with ARCUS PolarTrec Live From IPY
the week before the event
More information

7am Honolulu
9am Alaska
1pm New York
2pm Rio de Janeiro/Santiago/Greenland
5pm UK/Portugal/Iceland
6pm Europe

presenters:
include a LIVE connection to the scientists and Schools On Board students aboard the Amundsen Ship in the Arctic.

Facilitator contact; Kristin Timm; kristin@arcus.org

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Third Event; IGLO/NASA videoconferencing I
Technology required: turn up to one of the local science centres, or watch the webcast.
Time: midnight UTC (night of March 12th, morning March 13th)
To participate,- check the IGLO website


Participants:
Universum, Mexico City: local time 6.00pm March 12th
Virtual Museum, Beijing: local time 8.00am March 13th
Monash science center, Melbourne: local time 11.00am March 13th
NASA speaker will be in Michigan: local time 7.00pm March 12th
For ASTC, NASA studio and MAGPI. Local time 8.00pm March 12th

Scientific contributions
B. Bindschadler from NASA
Scientists from the University in Melbourne.

Three museums will have 10-minute contributions from youngsters
Then Q&A

Total event will be max 1h45min.

Facilitator Contact; Walter Staveloz wstaveloz@astc.org

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Fourth Event; IGLO/NASA videoconferencing II
Technology required: turn up to one of the local science centres, or watch the webcast.
Time: 13.00 UTC March 13th
To participate,- check the IGLO website

Participants:
MOSI, Chicago: local time 8.00am March 13th
Techniquest, Cardiff: local time 1.00pm March 13th
Pavillion of Knowledge, Lisbon: local time 1.00pm March 13th
Science center in Alexandria, Egypt: local time 3.00pm March 13th
MTN, Cape Town: local time 3.00pm March 13th

Technopolis in Belgium will have it

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