Kwantlen Polytechnic University's (KPU) Dr. Khaled Hamdan spoke with Joytv recently about the unusual storm that hit Metro Vancouver this fall.
Dr. Hamdan is a physical geographer with KPU's Faculty of Arts. He teaches courses in atmospheric science, earth science, biogeography, soil science, natural hazards and geographic information systems. Earlier this year, he was part of the KPU team that launched Kwinten the Eagle to space and back. The event was part of the Canada Wide Experiment, which saw over 10 helium-filled stratospheric balloons collect scientific data across the country.
Joytv's Fraser Focus episode aired this October. To watch Dr. Hamdan, follow this link. His segment begins at 15 minutes in.
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