Yes, those are all appropriate terms for this style of narrative:
Scientific Storytelling: This approach uses the elements of storytelling to communicate scientific concepts in a way that is engaging and accessible. It often involves creating a narrative around scientific phenomena, research, or discoveries.
Narrative Science: Similar to scientific storytelling, narrative science involves telling a story about scientific concepts or discoveries. It’s often used in science journalism and science communication to make complex topics more understandable and interesting to a general audience.
Phenomenological Narrative: This approach involves describing the ‘experience’ of an object or phenomenon, even though these do not have experiences in the human sense. It’s a way of exploring and describing the world from a unique perspective.
Creative Nonfiction: This genre uses literary styles and techniques to create factually accurate narratives that are engaging and compelling. It can be used to write about a wide range of topics, including science, history, and personal experiences.
Each of these approaches can be used to create narratives that bring scientific concepts to life and engage readers in a unique way.