Water Rhythms: Listening to Climate Change

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Water rhythms is a story of climate change told by ice and water. It is a story about the dualism of water, the universal connector of nature and humans. It is also an intergenerational story of the rapid change and depletion of our glaciers and freshwater sources worldwide.

Michele Koppes (Glaciologist,

Geographer, Climate Scientist) and

Susie Ibarra (Composer,

Percussionist, Sound Artist), have

been sonically mapping changes in

glacier runoff from the source to

the sink, from the glaciated

mountains to the ocean, from some

of the world’s most important water

towers, including the Coast

Mountains of the Pacific Northwest,

the Greenland Ice Sheet, and the

Indian Himalaya.

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The installation project web info hosted on Fine Acts Foundation

Water Rhythms: Listening to Climate Change Story Maps
hosted by ESRI Maps and Nat Geo Explorers



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