Crystal Gems from the Sky, White Blanket on the Ground: Alaska's Snow Cover

Thursday, Dec 02 2021


Time:  7pm AKT  /  8pm PT  /  9pm MT  /  10pm CT  /  11pm ET
Host Organization:  BLM Campbell Creek Science Center — Anchorage, AK
Price:  Free

Each winter, snow covers Alaska – a process that begins with six-sided crystals falling from the sky. What does it take for a cloud to snow? What happens to snow on the ground? How does snow affect Alaska’s climate? Find out the answers to these questions and more from University of Alaska professor and snow expert Dr. Matthew Sturm. Registration required: