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How do scientists monitor global change? How can we discern the impact of human action from the natural rhythm of our dynamic biosphere and climate system? Join geographer Ned Gardiner and animator Arlene Ducao, of the American Museum of Natural History’s Science Bulletins program, as they present riveting high-definition visualizations that convey the science of global change in a stunning visual language. Harnessing the advanced graphics and processing power of the Mac, they render 3D animations from their scientific observations to bring the evidence of global change directly to the general public. For more information visit, http://www.apple.com/pro/sessions/globalchange/.

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