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Kristi Cochios

Kristi Cochios is an artist in every sense of the word. She shows us just how beautiful this world is through her knowing eyes. She intuitively captures the spirit of Mother Earth and her inhabitants with an aesthetic unmatched by her peers. One may comment that those brilliant gifts have evolved to pure genius after... Read More

Nurture Nature Center advances flood research through new project, publications

Nurture Nature Center is advancing its work on flooding through a new grant-funded project and the release of two new peer-reviewed journal articles on social science research studies conducted by the organization. The new study, "Major Risks, Uncertain Outcomes: Making Ensemble Forecasts Work for Multiple Audiences," is a two-year study designed to understand and make... Read More

Human Transportation Dataset

It isn’t all weather and earth science on the Sphere, we also have human related datasets. In this Human Transportation dataset, global transportation on land, in air, and by sea shows our human footprint and all the energy we use to support our interconnectedness.  Red lines represent 87,000 daily flights, blue lines represent the paths... Read More

Earth’s Cryosphere

Snow – you either love it or hate it.  For many it doesn’t seem like Christmas unless it is white.  Snow and ice have a very important role in regulating climate.  The cryosphere (areas covered by ice, snow, glaciers, or permafrost) is extremely dynamic, changing each season and with changing climate.  Snow and ice reflect... Read More