First training completed


On August 13-14, 2015, and with generous financial support from University of North Dakota's (UNDs) Summer Programs Office, Dr. Laura Munski and I completed our first 2-day GLOBE training at UND.  We trained three fantastic local teachers who all collaborate with the Dakota Science Center, and one GLOBE scientist who is also a PhD candidate in Atmospheric Sciences at UND.  The first day was focused on Atmosphere while the second day was focused on Earth as a System and Pedosphere.  Attached are some of the images from our first day of training.

Prof. Matt Gilmore explains where the digital max/min thermometer is placed inside the weather shelter

Calibrating thermometers using a 0°C ice water bath.  Pictured from left to right are Delores Clark, Prof. Matt Gilmore, Lori Young, Chris Milford, Travis Toth, and Dr. Laura Munski

Determining the relative humidity of the air by measuring the wet-bulb and dry-bulb temperatures with a sling psychrometer.  From left to right: Chris Milford, Delores Clark, Lori Young, and Travis Toth.


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