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CSU Atmospheric Science Professor Scott Denning teaches teens about climate change.
Atendees wear diffraction glasses, which allow them to see the rainbow of colors produced when white light is split by a prism.
Teens examine the cross section of a tree, determining its age by its rings and fire dates by the scars.
Dr. Monique Rocca of CSU's Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability teaches teens about wildfires and animals in Colorado's forests.
Dr. Jason La Belle presents to the group on Feb. 8, 2017.
Teens turn seeds into flour using stone tools.
Teen Science Cafe #3 not only featured Brian Jones and the Little Shop of Physics, but the Poudre High School Jazz Ensemble as well.
Teen Science Café Presentation #2. (Multiple local teens were in attendance including Burke Snowden, Youth Leader from Fort Collins High School.)
Teen Science Café Presentation #1
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