Through a grant from the National Science Foundation, students from across the United States have the opportunity to come together at one of six onsite regional science fairs that will be held from March through May 2016.
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.
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.
Biometry and Ground Cover #webinar starts in just 10 minutes. Learn more and access the registration link: http://bit.ly/1WDDWJe #GLOBE_ElNiñoFieldCampaign #GettingScienceDoneWithGLOBEandNASA
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Happy #TeacherAppreciationDay! We thank you. (Not a GLOBE Teacher? Want to get trained in GLOBE protocols? Learn how you can become a part of the GLOBE Program by attending one of our workshops: http://www.globe.gov/get-trained or by using our new eTraining slides and interactives: http://www.globe.gov/get-trained/protocol-etraining) #DoGLOBE #ScienceEducation
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Time to tune in to the GLOBE/SMAP Field Campaign webinar -- starts in 10 minutes: http://bit.ly/23jTJgs P.S. NASA/JPL SMAP scientist Dr. Erika Podest, will be discussing some of the many products being generated from SMAP data. #GettingScienceDoneWithGLOBEandNASA
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Looking forward to seeing all of your projects at GLOBE's Pacific (U.S.) Regional Science Fair at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory this Saturday. Participating this weekend? Share your images with us by using #GLOBE_RegSciFair. Learn more about this event, here: http://1.usa.gov/1NUuMRE
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Dozens of seals and penguins seemed unaware of the law, the Antarctic Treaty, to keep a minimum of 5 meters from humans ... keep reading GLOBE teacher Laura Schetter's adventures in Antarctica on her blog. Third blog post: http://1.usa.gov/1SJv5pR
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Happy Anniversary CloudSat and CALIPSO! 10 years! Learn how you and your students can participate with these two #NASA missions by checking out the following pages on the GLOBE site: http://www.globe.gov/ CloudSat: http://1.usa.gov/1NY7zy0 CALIPSO: http://1.usa.gov/1SCuFMt
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Learn about #ElNiño and get ready for our upcoming El Niño webinar -- takes place on 17 May 2016. To learn more and register, go here: http://1.usa.gov/23KkgZK