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ArcGIS StoryMaps Jul 8
On stage at , highlights new features used to build Everest, a expedition story by Geographer . See 's storytelling platform bring science to life:
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Dr. Saskia van de Gevel Jun 12
As part of National Geographic Society’s three-day Explorers Festival, Appalachian State University’s Dr. Baker Perry will talk as part of a livestreamed panel discussion titled “Fueling Earth’s Engines” Thursday, June 13, at 9:05 a.m.
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Appalachian State Jun 13
Appalachian's Dr, Baker Perry was part of the expedition team that installed the 2 highest operating weather stations on Earth and collected the highest ever ice core sample. Read more:
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Arona Soumare Jun 14
National Geographic and ’s Everest expedition installed the two highest operating weather stations on the planet. Data from these weather stations will help uncover impacts of climate change.
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CAS AppState Jun 27
Dr. Baker Perry was part of a recent expedition with National Geographic and other partners and helped install the world’s highest automated weather station on Mount Everest. Perry spoke with WFDD’s Bethany Chafin.
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National Geographic Jul 9
We are proud our Everest expedition could be a part of !
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CAS AppState Jun 28
ASU's Perry part of dangerous mission to put highest-ever weather station on Everest
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Jonathan Baillie Jun 13
Incredibly proud of this team for accomplishing what is likely the most comprehensive single scientific expedition to Mount Everest in history. To me this is really the ultimate science: the science of how our planet works.
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Dr. Aurora Elmore Jun 13
Want to know what it takes to put a weather station on the roof of the world? Ask and Baker Perry from the And expedition!
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Nat Geo Education Jun 19
Did you catch the news? The record has been broken for the world's highest operating weather stations with the recent scientific expedition to Mt. Everest led by , in partnership with &
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National Geographic Jul 8
On May 22, 1963, photographer and Explorer Barry Bishop reached the top of Mount Everest as part of the first U.S. expedition to summit Everest. Learn more about our most recent expedition 56 years later.
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emmacarrasco Jun 13
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Inka Koch Jun 14
Two weather stations installed above 8000m breaking the world record twice this spring on our expedition. Listen to and Baker Perry here. Thank you also to the amazing Khumbu Climbing Centre Sherpas for keeping everyone save!
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Dr. Aurora Elmore Jun 20
Thanks ! I’m glad you enjoyed the Everest panel and some of the exciting expedition results from
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Nakula Bhutad Jun 14
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Dr. Aurora Elmore Jun 14
More info on setting up the highest weather station! Scientists Just Installed the World’s Highest Weather Station in Mount Everest’s ‘Death Zone’ via thanks to
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University of Maine Jun 13
WATCH LIVE: Team members from the recent Everest expedition will be speaking on a panel starting at 9:05am ET today, catch the live stream to learn more about this incredible expedition and what they’ve learned so far
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ROLEX Jun 14
With , we supported an expedition to Everest, aiming to understand the effects of climate change on the glaciers of the Himalaya that provide critical water resources to 1 billion people.
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Inka Koch Jun 21
How to improve climbing conditions on Everest by athlete Dawa Yangzum Sherpa, who also safely led our Everest expedition this spring 2019 in collab. w. and in Nepal
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Loughborough Uni PR Jun 27
Great to see 's article on his experience of climbing Everest to install the world's highest weather station in :
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