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Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Satellite Mission

The NASA Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Mission provides measurements of soil moisture and freeze/thaw state.

El Niño Field Campaign

GLOBE ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) Campaign has been formulated to engage students in determining where and how much El Niño affects local places and to put students in contact with their local environment.

GOES-R: Global Weather Watchers

The GOES-R: Global Weather Watchers K-14 project encourages students to share weather reports from around the world. Through data collection, learning activities, and comparisons to geostationary satellites, students will learn firsthand the connectedness of global weather patterns and global transport systems.

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Calling All Photographers of the Europe and Eurasia Region! #PhotoContest -- Deadline is next Friday. Learn More:… https://t.co/WVSzjfmaqD

2 days ago

Learning the #GPS protocol: https://t.co/WV4hjYbKBs #LakeVictoria #LearningExpedition @globealumnafric @OmanGlobe https://t.co/xb1wvXmPoH

3 days ago

Learning about the GLOBE mosquito larvae protocol: https://t.co/SJcZXjxBfb #LakeVictoria #LearningExpedition.… https://t.co/CtI6CRj3cc

3 days ago

Day 3 at the #LakeVictoria #LearningExpedition. @OmanGlobe @globealumnafric #Hydrology #Protocols #STEM https://t.co/IJ0MyhJDW8

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RT @jeffbouwman: @GLOBEProgram @NASAedu @NASASMAP I'll be there! Can't wait to share the awesome things we're doing @ SMS! Sharing @Gibralt…

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Join us in 20 minutes for the #GLOBE_ElNiñoStudentResearchCampaign #webinar: https://t.co/BAZ2inRrVi #ElNiño… https://t.co/yChmWLQsF5

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Students from Homa Bay Boys School in Africa are thrilled with their new equipment. Thank you #YLACES!… https://t.co/seZSnIL7qr

4 days ago

RT @jenbourgeault: New blog post. Sorry it took so long. The story behind the United States Regional Science Fairs https://t.co/TR18G3nXCs

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Group 1 - led by Ylliass Lawani, @globealumnafric Coordinator and supported by Mark Brettenny. #LakeVictoria… https://t.co/KV3PbSzUQK

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#LakeVictoria #LearningExpedition Day Five This morning we got an early start! We drove from Homa Bay to the Sirua Aulo High School. When we arrived to the school, the students greeted us by singing and dancing a Massai song. You can see the video of their impressive greeting. We met Mr. Emmanuel Tasur, the school director, who actually visited with Dr. Tony Murphy at the GLOBE Implementation Office in August! Paul Kucera, Martin, and Charles installed the #3d printed #weather station and were helped by the Peter and Jairus, the Sirua Aulo teachers that traveled with us all week, while the rest of the team met with the students. Ylliass did the cloud protocol and site definition with the students, and we toured the school’s laboratory. After the school visit, we went to Massai Mara for an evening safari tour to observe animals, such as elephants, ostrich, hyenas, zebra, rabbits, giraffes, monkeys, birds, gazelles, and many other animals. As the Oman team leaves tomorrow, we did a goodbye ceremony to share what this week meant for us, thank Charles and Mark for their work, and the GLOBE Africa Regional Director Mark Brettenny gave certificates of participation. We thank the GLOBE Oman team for joining the #LakeVictoria #LearningExpedition! Follow us here and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GLOBEProgram More information about the expedition: http://bit.ly/2cPLAPP�Also, learn about the 3D-printed weather stations training to be held there as well: http://bit.ly/2d6MVnA�#3DPrinting #Weather #Africa #Kenya #WeatherStation #YLACES, #GLOBEAfricaRegionalCoordinatingOffice #globealumniafrica #YouthLearningasCitizenEnvironmentalScientists

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#LakeVictoria #LearningExpedition Day Four This morning we woke up and enjoyed the view from our hotel overlooking Homa Bay. We then stopped up at Homa Boys School to pick up some of the GLOBE students, and then travelled to the Tom Mboya Boys High School in Rusinga Island. We walked to the lake and did the hydrology and atmosphere protocols. The Homa Boys School students demonstrated how to use the LabQuest 2 instruments donated by YLACES to the students of Tom Mboya School. After that, we joined Martin, Paul, Charles, and Kristin as they installed the #USAID #3Dprinted #weatherstation. Paul shared how @Raspberry_Pi works with the boys and how they can access their atmosphere data and compare it to the other schools with #USAID #3Dprinted #weatherstations. (Learn more about YLACES here!: http://www.ylaces.org) After lunch, we went back to the Homa Bay Boys School. The students presented their knowledge of GLOBE protocols and science content. The GLOBE #LakeVictoria #LearningExpedition team shared the inspirational message of GLOBE, including peace, citizenship, collaborating internationally on environmental issues, volunteering, and #STEM careers. We finished the school visit with a meeting with the school director, who was appreciative with our visit and thanked us for being there. Tomorrow we continue our #LakeVictoria #LearningExpedition to a school near Maasai Mara and install the last #3D #weatherstation of our trek. Follow us here and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GLOBEProgram More information about the expedition: http://bit.ly/2cPLAPP�Also, learn about the 3D-printed weather stations training to be held there as well: http://bit.ly/2d6MVnA�#3DPrinting #Weather #Africa #Kenya #WeatherStation #YLACES, #GLOBEAfricaRegionalCoordinatingOffice #YouthLearningasCitizenEnvironmentalScientists

2 days ago

Calling All Photographers of the Europe and Eurasia Region! GLOBE Europe and Eurasia is holding a photo contest to illustrate the upcoming 2017 GLOBE At My School annual calendar. Find all instructions here: http://bit.ly/2cLBBPd Deadline is 30 September -- one week from today.

2 days ago

Read US Country Coordinator, Jennifer Bourgeault's story on the United States Regional Science Fairs: http://bit.ly/2cRrS7D National Science Foundation (NSF) NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration #ScienceFair #STEM #blog

3 days ago

Join us in 20 minutes for the #GLOBE_ElNiñoStudentResearchCampaign webinar: “El Niño Student Campaign Refresher and Update.” Learn more and get the link to join the webinar: http://bit.ly/2cVYkCn #ElNiño #LaNiña #Climate #GettingScienceDoneWithGLOBEandNASA #NASA NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration #Weather #STEM

4 days ago

#LakeVictoria #LearningExpedition Day Three This morning we traveled to a local tea factory to learn about the process of farming and manufacturing black tea. We then traveled to Homa Bay. We picked up students and teachers from the Homa Bay Boys Secondary School and went to Lake Victoria, where we did the hydrology and mosquito protocol. The students were very excited about receiving their LabQuest 2 equipment donation from #YLACES. They conducted investigations on the water of Lake Victoria earlier this year, so they look forward to submitting to the GLOBE International Virtual Science Fair 2017. The students are excited to be GLOBE Alumni and to work with The GLOBE Program after graduating from secondary school. Tomorrow we continue our #LakeVictoria #LearningExpedition to Rusinga Island. Follow us here and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GLOBEProgram More information about the expedition: http://bit.ly/2cPLAPP�Also, learn about the 3D-printed weather stations training to be held there as well: http://bit.ly/2d6MVnA�#3DPrinting #Weather #Africa #Kenya #WeatherStation #YLACES, #GLOBEAfricaRegionalCoordinatingOffice #YouthLearningasCitizenEnvironmentalScientists

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#LakeVictoria #LearningExpedition Day Two This morning, we split up into two groups. Group one, lead by Ylliass Lewani, (GLOBE Alumni Africa Coordinator) and master trainer candidate for the hydrology and soil protocol, supported by Mark Brettenny, went to Lake Elementaita for an introduction to the atmosphere and hydrology protocols. During that time, Paul, Martin, Kristin, and Charles went back to the Naivasha Girls School to install the #NCAR #USAID 3D-weather station. Charles guided the teachers to define their atmosphere site and introduced them to the protocols. The students were very curious about their new automated 3D-printed weather station. They asked lots of questions about the weather and climate, and learned how weather data and forecasts help the decision-making process on societal impact issues, such as agriculture. In the afternoon, the groups joined up again and went to the Kipsigis Girls' High School for a presentation. We met with the Principal Juliana Kirui and had a wonderful talk with 200 students. Charles introduced the group to the students, talked about the importance of GLOBE in Kenya and in the world, and the benefits of participating in GLOBE to the students. Nadhirah (Country Coordinator GLOBE Oman) gave an enthusiastic and motivational talk about the international nature of the program. Ylliass invited them to join the GLOBE Alumni Network when the graduate from secondary school. Lawrence from the Kenyan Space Agency talked about remote sensing and the value of student-gathered ground truthing data for#GPM, #SMAP, and #CloudSat satellites. Paul and Martin shared the science of their 3D-printed weather station. Kristin from GIO invited the students to participate in the La Niña Campaign and the International Virtual Science Symposium. Mark Brettenny (GLOBE Africa Regional Coordinator) encouraged the teachers to support their students to participate in the International Virtual Science Fair, and the value of participating in NASA's science and education program. Follow us here and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GLOBEProgram More information about the expedition: http://bit.ly/2cPLAPP Also, learn about the 3D-printed weather stations training to be held there as well: http://bit.ly/2d6MVnA #3DPrinting #Weather #Africa #Kenya #WeatherStation #YLACES, #NASA #USAID #GLOBEAfricaRegionalCoordinatingOffice #YouthLearningasCitizenEnvironmentalScientists

5 days ago

#GLOBE_TipOfTheWeek: Enter GLOBE data using your mobile device. Learn how: http://bit.ly/2cL5TPA

5 days ago

#LakeVictoria #LearningExpedition Day One: The team went to the Naivasha Girls School and met with the school director, teachers, and students. The students, teachers, and GLOBE team went to Hells Gate for an introduction to the atmosphere and hydrosphere protocols while hiking in the park. We then went to Lake Naivasha . Follow us here and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GLOBEProgram More information about the expedition: http://bit.ly/2cPLAPP Also, learn about the 3D-printed weather stations training to be held there as well: http://bit.ly/2d6MVnA #3DPrinting #Weather #Africa #Kenya #WeatherStation #YLACES, #GLOBEAfricaRegionalCoordinatingOffice #YouthLearningasCitizenEnvironmentalScientists

6 days ago

Jeff Bouwman uploaded a new document, ff_I8EMU.jpg, in Jeff Bouwman.

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Brian Campbell updated a blog entry, Taking Data to the Next Level, in Brian Campbell.

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Brian Campbell updated a blog entry, Taking Data to the Next Level, in Brian Campbell.

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Brian Campbell wrote a new blog entry, Taking Data to the Next Level, in Brian Campbell.

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Karl Schneider uploaded a new document, IBL Training Slides, in Europe and Eurasia.

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Brian Campbell updated a blog entry, La Niña? Probably Not!, in Brian Campbell.

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Brian Campbell uploaded a new document, Nino3.4Forcast_Sep2016_large.png, in El Niño.

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Brian Campbell wrote a new blog entry, La Niña? Probably Not!, in Brian Campbell.

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