Tony Manzara will describe the 10-year history of experiments which demonstrate a process known as Albedo Modification, which slows down the melting of ice which is exposed to sunlight. Work was done on ponds in Minnesota and Alaska, simulated glaciers, and a snowfield in Iceland.
Price of Admission: $10
Bio: Dr. Anthony Manzara is a retired chemist with 3M. He is also the co-founder of the Sally Manzara Nature Center, in honor of his late wife. Tony still works on experiments that interest him and volunteers his time at the nature center, all while encouraging people of all ages to embrace their passion in the areas of science and nature.
Photo: Mark Lingl