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Hello GISN community, Did you know that there are now curated, analysis-ready GLOBE datasets posted on the website? These are subsets of GLOBE data that have been post-processed by a scientist on the GLOBE team and are being made available for broader use by the community. Check them out:   Clouds data, https://observer.globe.gov/get-data/clouds-data Dust data, https://observer.globe.gov/get-data/dust-data Eclipse data, https://observer.globe.gov/get-data/eclipse-data


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Public middle and high schools are generally free in the U.S and that goes a long way into helping parents save money. Although it is true, there are other costs related to public education that are exponentially increasing. These costs cater to covering the necessary costs to procure textbooks and partake in extracurricular activities.  The case of rising costs of education is worse when considering the private educational institutions around this country. Some parents prefer these schools to teach their children because of the smaller classes, which makes it easier for the...


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Hace unos días tuve la oportunidad de participar, invitada por el Programa GLOBE que promueve el Ministerio del Ambiente, a una feria organizada por el CONCYTEC con motivo del Día Internacional de la Mujer y la Niña en la Ciencia (11 de febrero). El evento buscaba llamar la atención sobre la necesidad de promover la participaciòn de muchas más mujeres en el campo de la ciencia, tecnología e innovación.  Estuve en el stand de GLOBE Perú, donde mostramos y experimentamos con niños y niñas, parte del trabajo de investigación GLOBE de suelos, la importancia del suelo y la...


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The GLOBE Urban Heat Island Student Research Campaign finished up the 2019-2020 campaign with observations from 254 sites in October with 6,688 surface temperature observations. In December, 4,248 observations were taken from 126 schools. Over 50% of the data was submitted in the last 2 weeks. This is a large increase from last year of about 150%. There are focus areas with many schools participating including the Great Lakes, Croatia, Saudi Arabia and Oman, and Taiwan. And, there are first time participants from Brazil, South Korea and India. The blog post in October had...


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GLOBE Nigeria Coordinating Unit in Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja-Nigeria, is organizing Sensitization and Advocacy Workshop for States Ministry of Education and States Universal Basic Education Board Coordinators on GLOBE Program. This workshop will help to take GLOBE Program down to all schools in Nigeria and this will be coordinated by each sates coordinator for easy monitoring and evaluation of the Program. This workshop is taking place on 5th to 7th March 2020. The Regional Africa coordinator Mr. M. Mark is invited to give an address via video call.


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