January 2020 Trees Campaign Data Champions
FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2020, HERE ARE THE TOP MOST ACTIVE GLOBE TREES AROUND THE GLOBE TEACHER/STUDENT RESEARCH CAMPAIGN PARTICIPANTS (EXTERNAL TO THE NASA/GLOBE TEAM) TAKING AT LEAST 10 MEASUREMENTS FOR TREE HEIGHT, LAND COVER, AND GREENINGS MEASUREMENTS FOR THE TREES AROUND THE GLOBE STUDENT RESEARCH CAMPAIGN!
THE MAPS REPRESENT THE TOP STUDENT/CAMPAIGN-BASED MEASUREMENT COUNTRIES FOR EACH OF THE THREE MEASUREMENTS.
TREE HEIGHTS (1,551 Total Measurements/Observations from 710 locations)
Data Measurement Champions
A. Bielecki from GLOBE Poland with 116 submitted measurements!
M. Parashar from GLOBE India with 114 submitted measurements!
B. Clemente from GLOBE Philippines with 67 submitted measurements!
E. Al-Rashedi from GLOBE Saudi Arabia with 58 submitted measurements!
A. Veseljic from GLOBE Croatia with 49 submitted measurements!
V. Badai from GLOBE Ukraine with 27 submitted measurements!
B. Vasylchyshyn from GLOBE Ukraine with 24 submitted measurements!
A. Prieto from GLOBE Argentina with 14 submitted measurements!
O. Gupta from GLOBE United States with 11 submitted measurements!
LAND COVER (400 Total Measurements/Observations from 229 locations)
O. Gupta from GLOBE United States with 101 submitted measurements!
A. Prieto from GLOBE Argentina with 21 submitted measurements!
A. Kojundžić from GLOBE Croatia with 10 submitted measurements!
GREENINGS (19 Total Measurements/Observations from 14 locations)
M. Algarni from GLOBE Saudi Arabia with 10 submitted measurements!
Land Cover 2020 Intensive Observation Period Results
400 Land Cover measurements came in from 229 locations in 10 countries around the world.
The Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign Team would like to announce the champion for the January 2020 Land Cover Intensive Observation Period:
The map below represents the campaign member countries that participated in the 2020 Land Cover IOP.
Thank you all for the amazing amount of data submitted to the GLOBE database and for helping us all understand the many local environments.
-Brian Campbell (Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign Lead)