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|Title: ||Ten trenches: A science-art collaboration|
|Authors: ||Cohen, TJ|
|Issue Date: ||2-Jan-2013|
|Publisher: ||MIT Press|
|Citation: ||Cohen, T. J., Cohen, M. A., Kermode, S. J. K., & Leggett, M. (2013) Ten Trenches: A Science-Art Collaboration. Leonardo 46(1), 74-75. https://doi.org/10.1162/LEON_a_00488|
|Abstract: ||Collaborative and cross-disciplinary research by a group of artists and scientists in an Australian rural setting generates data and ideas that form the basis of a wider understanding of the ramifications of global warming and cooling within the local, regional and national community. The work is viewed as an initial educational platform that will allow the public to see and understand the complexities of climate-based research. © 2020 The MIT Press|
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