The Climate Change Classroom at the BACE

The Climate Change Classroom is now open on the site of the Boston-Area Climate Experiment. The images below are from the kickoff of the UMass Boston / BACE public exhibit at the 2007 New England Spring Flower Show. Click on the images to view them in full size.


Displays at the Climate Change Classroom

Some of the displays in the climate change classroom are available below as PDF and JPG files. The digital files of these posters are free for non-commercial, educational use only. If you are interested in commercial use of these posters, please contact Jeff Dukes at: dukes () at () stanfordalumni () dot() o rg.

The Team
The BACE displays were created by a team of UMass Boston students and employees:

Novem Auyeung - poster design

Heather Charles - poster design

Joy Cookingham - poster design

Jeff Dukes - conceptual design, coordination and editing

Tom Goodkind - structural design and construction

Carol Goranson - poster design, coordination and construction

Brita Jessen - poster design, coordination and construction

Francesco Peri - structural design and engineering

Vidya Suseela - poster design

Jill Taylor - poster design

Katie Theoharides - poster design

More Information
On Earth Day, 2007 the BACE opened its "Climate Change Classroom" to the public. School groups and others are welcome.

The BACE is coordinated by the Dukes lab at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Involvement of schools is welcomed, whether in creating displays or in visiting the exhibit. Contact Jeff Dukes for information (dukes *at* stanfordalumni *dot* org).

The BACE was constructed with funding from the National Science Foundation, and is supported by the National Institute for Climatic Change Research. The BACE exhibit received additional support from UMass Boston's College of Science and Mathematics.

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