How do aerosols influence cloud formation and the Earth's climate?

Tuesday, Sep 10, 2013

Microscopic particles suspended in the air, or aerosols, can have a cooling effect on the planet. Aerosols lead to denser clouds that can block the sun's energy. But aerosols have their own problems.

  Produced by Team Aerosol: Pelin Asa, Kityan Choi, Stephen Cognetta, and Julio Herrera Estrada.

Research for this video by: Pelin Asa, Kityan Choi, Stephen Cognetta, and Julio Herrera Estrada

Science Action is an informal learning project at Princeton University that encourages students to create original online short science videos, addresssing themes of science and engineering of great revlevance for the 21st century.

As a team the Science Action members learn to storyboard, film, edit and enter their very own short science videos in a university-wide competition.