Sounding Climate Video Tutorial
Did you know that it is possible to hear climate change data? Scientists monitor changes in global precipitation, temperature, amounts of sea ice, carbon dioxide levels, and many other factors to predict the effects of climate change on our planet. Using a technique called sonification, scientists and artists work together to interpret climate change using sound.
Learn more about the data used in our Sounding Climate Exhibit in the UCAR News article "40 Earths: NCAR's Large Ensemble Reveals Staggering Climate Variability" by Laura Snider.