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02/09/1999
Basic School 2/3 Diogo Ceo, Vila Real, Portugal
Congratulations to GLOBE Portugal for its presentation of The GLOBE Program and its first entry of GLOBE data!! Portugal celebrated the first entry of Portuguese GLOBE data at a formal launching of GLOBE Portugal on March 21, 1997.  >>
02/04/1999
Viitaniemen ylaaste, Jyvaskyla, Finland
Collaboration with schools at home and in other countries is helping the GLOBE students at Viitaniemen ylaaste in Jyvaskyla, Finland to increase their knowledge of both local and global environmental conditions.  >>
01/29/1999
Gymnasium Baeumlihof, Basel, Switzerland
The contributions to science being made by GLOBE students at Gymnasium Bäumlihof in Basel, Switzerland were highlighted at a recent celebration of the school's 25th anniversary. The students presented posters and demonstrated GLOBE instruments and protocols before an audience of over 500 alumni and students.  >>
01/22/1999
GLOBE Stars in Pakistan
The GLOBE Program in Pakistan got off to a strong start in June 1998 when students in Islamabad participated in a special GLOBE Web Chat held in celebration of World Environment Day.  >>
01/04/1999
GLOBE Stars in Sweden
The GLOBE Program continues to flourish in Sweden, where teachers from fourteen new schools were trained in the GLOBE Program science and education activities in September 1998.  >>
12/21/1998
Jesse Stuart Elementary School, Madisonville, KY, United States
From gardening to quilting, students at Jesse Stuart Elementary in Madisonville, KY, are finding creative ways to demonstrate the lessons they learn in GLOBE. Through weekly weather forecasts, the students are also helping others in their school to better understand Earth's environment.  >>
12/21/1998
Rogne skole, Rogne, Norway
GLOBE students at the Rogne Skole in Norway are working hard to learn more about the local and global environment, and to share their knowledge with the entire community!  >>
12/09/1998
Nolan Middle School, Killeen, TX, United States
Eighth gradeGLOBE students at Nolan Middle School in Killeen, Texas, have already learned something all scientists appreciate: collaboration is a key to success. They have also come to appreciate that consistency and accuracy are important when sharing data.  >>
11/30/1998
Major Edwards Elementary School, West Boylston, MA, United States
Having trouble identifying cloud types? Check with the second-graders at Major Edwards Elementary School in West Boylston, MA. Under the guidance of their teacher, Ms. Sandra Ivins, these young scientists have become real experts in identifying cloud cover and type.  >>
11/30/1998
GLOBE in Israel
Working to expand the GLOBE Program in Israel, the Integrated Pedagogical Center and the Environmental Authority of Municipality of Tel Aviv-Jaffa are conducting a series of GLOBE Teacher Training Workshops.  >>