Min/Max Science Project

Student(s):Melissa Barlip and Kaitlynn Best
Grade Level:Secondary School (grades 9-12, ages 14-18)
GLOBE Teacher(s):Citizen Scientist
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Report Type(s):Standard Research Report
Protocols:Air Temperature, Precipitation
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Date Submitted:05/01/2013
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Melissa and Kaitlynn - Nice job putting this project together and your feedback on the equipment was good! Do you think that the temperatures could have varied just do to changes in the weather? And, how could the data you collected for only a short time work into climate scales of data?

I look forward to hearing your answers!

Posted on 5/21/13 11:33 PM.

It looks like you collected some interesting data! What were your research questions or hypotheses? Were the data adequate to answer the question, or support or refute the hypotheses? What did you learn about weather, climate, or atmospheric science while conducting this research?

Posted on 5/29/13 9:11 PM.

Hi Guys! Liked your video but was wondering a little about the details of your project.
-What was your objective? or maybe what were you hoping to find?
-What/where did you measure? soils?grass? asphalt?
-Where are you located and are your measurements similar to what others get? was this year different?
-If you are trying to look at climate change you need to be careful since climate is measured in the long term and you guys did a measurement one time. Maybe if you did it multiple years you may find something else.
-So what are your main conclusions? is this what you expected? not?
I think with a little more details of how/why/what you did i could comment a little more good job though
-eric

Posted on 5/30/13 9:02 PM.