Mapping Change at the Roof of the World

Mapping Change at the Roof of the World

National Geographic Geographer Alex Tait embarked on a journey to Mount Everest to collect data on the melting ice in the mountain range. Alex Tait and his team hope to provide a safer path to those who live around the mountain and a better understanding of how climate change is affecting their everyday life.

Grades

6 - 12

Subjects

Climatology, Conservation, Earth Science, Engineering, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Geography, Geology, Mathematics, Photography, Physical Geography, Storytelling

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May 20, 2022

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