The Prince’s Predictions, Part I

Today’s episode is the first of a two-part series about a project in Alaska called Sound Predictions.

The “Sound” in Sound Predictions refers to Prince William Sound, and the project’s about making very, very accurate predictions of the weather up there.

If all goes well, these forecasts’ll help all types of people, and keep the Sound safe and clean at the same time.

Have a listen, and you’ll find out how they’re doing it.

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The Prince’s Predictions, Part I

2 Comments

  1. […] Listen to this episode of Ocean Gazing. […]

  2. Thank you Ari for sharing a glimpse of one of the places on my list to visit!
    The efforts to improve our balance of using and simultaneous preservation of such a glorious spot on this planet are so important and interesting to hear.

  3. You are most welcome, Liesl. Thanks for taking the time to write! Yes, balance is extremely important all over and these various scientists really seem to get it!

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