NSSL researcher works with Native Alaskan students on weather and climate

Students make observations at ESRL's site
Students make observations in Barrow

NSSL’s Bob Rabin attended the 18th Inuit Studies conference at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. last October.  He was there to support Native Alaskan students giving presentations on weather and climate.  The students attended the STEM camp last summer held at the Illisagvik Tribal College in Barrow, AK.  Bob provided the activities at the STEM camp to give the students an opportunity to learn about remote observations, such as satellites, and how they are used in research and weather forecasting.