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The EAPS Virtual Passport Day

Since 2016, the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) at Purdue University has organized an annual outreach event called Passport Day, where graduate students from EAPS engage with the local community through hands-on activities related to Earth sciences, space, weather and climate. Today we are proud to offer this event in a virtual format for early learners all over the world.  


It will be a big task traveling the world of science! However, if you can travel to each of the areas and complete the activities, you can earn your honorary “EAPS Scientist” certificate!


Environmental Science




Test your Environmental knowledge by taking this short quiz!
Remember to save your completion code to get your honorary “EAPS Scientist” certificate!

Space Science






 Test your Planetary knowledge by taking this short quiz!   
Remember to save your completion code to get your honorary “EAPS Scientist” certificate!

Climate Change Science

Test your Climate knowledge by taking this short quiz! 
Remember to save your completion code to get your honorary “EAPS Scientist” certificate!

Atmospheric Science


Test your Atmospheric Science knowledge by taking this short quiz! 
Remember to save your completion code to get your honorary “EAPS Scientist” certificate!

Geology


Test your Geology knowledge by taking this short quiz!
Remember to save your completion code to get your honorary “EAPS Scientist” certificate!

 After you have taken all five quizzes and have your codes, enter them here to get your certificate

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