LDEO Open House, October 13 2018
Over 3,000 people attended the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory open house this year!! The open house showcases the ground-breaking research being done by scientists at Lamont and includes tons of interactive demonstrations for the public. It was great to get to interact with so many different people from the community and get them excited about science.
I volunteered with a group of geochemistry grad students and postdocs to teach people about the history of CO2 in the atmosphere, how increased atmospheric pCO2 leads to ocean acidification, and the importance of iron bioavailability.
Los Angeles March for Science, April 22 2017
In 2017, I helped to organize a booth for the Caltech Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences at the Los Angeles March for Science. We had a number of posters and demonstrations, and we talked to tons of people with a wide variety of scientific backgrounds. We also made some postcards that people could take and mail to friends and family or their congressional representatives.
Take a look at our postcards and download them to print for yourself!