This summer, Piper Bartlett-Browne, a science teacher at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Dover, traveled to the Arctic to conduct long-term climate change research aboard the U.S. Coast Guard vessel Healy. Piper’s research was part of the PolarTREC Program, a National Science Foundation funded program which invites just 12 teachers each year from the United States to partner with polar scientists and go on 3-6 week expeditions in the Arctic or Antarctic.
On October 16, Piper came to the library to share highlights from her PolarTREC experience, along with some thoughts on how the research applies to her teaching and the Seacoast community. To learn more about her work, check out her Instagram, @polarpipernh.
This talk has been adapted for podcast format, with some references to videos and other visual aids edited out. To view a video Piper showed during the talk about local sea level rise and its impact on historic structures, visit Strawbery Banke Museum’s YouTube channel.
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