The Curious World of Ice & Snow

Science Cafe: The Curious World of Ice & Snow
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The Curious World of Ice & Snow

The Curious World of Ice & Snow
January 2013 in Kirkland

The physical structure of ice and snow often causes the tiny crystals of frozen water to seem to behave strangely or mysteriously. Do snow crystals carry messages? Why does window-frost curve? How does ice actually damage something? At the January Eastside Science Café, join snow-crystal researcher Jon Nelson, Ph.D., to explore the common, curious, and sometimes totally bizarre ice formations we see around us during winter.

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