Event ID:  14785
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Contact Email:  ExploreUCalgary@UCalgary.ca
Contact Phone:  4032106505
Organization:  University of Calgary
Event Web Site:  http://explore.ucalgary.ca/why-should-we-care-about-space-weather
Dates:  10th October 2017 to 9th October 2017
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Type:  On-line
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Country:  Canada
State/Province:  Alberta
City:  Calgary
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Event Name:  Webinar: Why should we care about space weather?
Event Description:  We are delighted whenever we have the chance to gaze up at the aurora borealis — also known as the Northern Lights — dancing across the night sky. But we don’t always think about how phenomena like the aurora and space weather profoundly impact us. In this webinar, UCalgary scholars Eric Donovan and Emma Spanswick help us understand space weather and the effects it can have on our technology, our natural systems and our climate. October 10, 2017 - Online 12-1 p.m. Mountain time
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Attendance:  253
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