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To serve as a center for research, outreach, teaching and life-long learning about Earth, its living systems, and its place in the universe.
-Catalyze interdisciplinary thinking and understanding about Earth and its future;
-Be an adaptive tool for Earth education and outreach to industry, government, and the public;
-Distill issues related to Earth systems planning and management for use by policymakers, students and the public.
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Biosphere 2 Reviews
Mohamad HSeptember 30, 2017
Very friendly tour guide with an amazing experience. It's really worth it to visit and learn about the ecosystem we live in. Check out the falaj (water system donated by the Sultan of Oman) at the end... more »
Josef KSeptember 30, 2017
Biosphere 2 wurde vom Milliardär Edward Bass für ca 200 Millionen$ errichtet mit dem Ziel ein von der Aussenwelt unabhängiges Ökosystem zu schaffen. die beiden Versuche mussten erfolglos abgebrochen w... more »Biosphere 2 was by the billionaire Edward bass for ca $ 200 million$ built with the aim of an ecosystem independent of the outside world to create. the two trials had to be terminated unsuccessfully. A visit to the plant is worthwhile in any case, is very special but the entire. The offered guided tours are subject to more or less interesting from the respective Guide.
bcaz2016September 29, 2017
Loved this!!! An absolute marvel of engineering and imagination and most of all EVIDENCE there are still smart, compassionate and very interesting people in the USA! Went on the guided tour - which is... more »
Mike BoulderJune 25, 2017
Very interesting place. Specific from bio-zoo point of a view. Guides are very friendly and knowledgeable .This facility at the time was researching whole planet/human kind level field and was secret. Kids friendly, wheelchair/disabled access to majority of buildings.Souvenier shop with friendly prices. When my other little one will get a bit older, will visit this place again. Plan on spending 3-6 hours at least, very interesting for kids and any adult.
Jimmy EverettJune 13, 2017
What an awesome educational experience! To think that 8 people agreed to being literally locked into this grand experiment for 2 years is amazing. The guided tour is exceptional! Highly recommend
Fatha lineweaverJune 20, 2017
A fantastic tour guide. He had extended knowledge of why this program started and where it is now going and the purposes. Very interesting. Our granddaughters loved much about it and still talk about the wind tunnel.
David FennemaJuly 6, 2017
What an amazing place to visit. I can't believe the amount of time and money that went to an experiment. It was very interesting. I loved it.
Brian NewmanJune 6, 2017
Biosphere 2 presented me with a beautiful and ingenious look at how the biosphere acts, but in a much smaller scale that is controllable. Everything about it is interesting and is explained, from how it came about to how it works and problems encountered. It was a very educational trip and I would definitely recommend going to anyone interested.
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