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MARCH 2019 FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH 2019, HERE ARE THE TOP MOST ACTIVE GLOBE PARTICIPANTS TAKING AT LEAST 10 MEASUREMENTS FOR TREE HEIGHT, GREENINGS, AND LAND COVER MEASUREMENTS FOR THE TREES AROUND THE GLOBE STUDENT RESEARCH CAMPAIGN! CONGRATULATIONS! TREE HEIGHT: P. Nelson - United States B. Campbell - United States H. Mortimer - United States B. Vasylchyshyn - Ukraine D. Overoye - United States K. Mohammed-Ali - Trinidad and Tobago GREENINGS: O. Movchan - Ukraine M. Vollebregt - Netherlands B. Žnidarić - Croatia M. Algarni - Saudi Arabia O. Danyliuk - Ukraine LAND...


Posted in: GLOBE Working Groups: Technology Working Group Evaluation Working Group Science Working Group Education Working Group Investigation Areas: Biosphere Primary Audience: Trainers Teachers Students Partners Scientists Alumni Country Coordinators

Have you wondered how the GLOBE Clouds team at NASA Langley matches your cloud observations to satellite data? A new release titled "NASA GLOBE Clouds: Documentation on How Satellite Data is Collocated to Ground Cloud Observations" is now available from our satellite comparison page.    This document is written by the GLOBE Clouds team with support by various NASA scientists involved in the program or involved in the multitude satellites collocated or matched to your cloud observations.    Where to find the documentation? Visit our NASA GLOBE Cloud Protocol Page on...


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GLOBE teacher Vicky Gorman and her middle school students have been working hard to help reduce the threat of mosquito-transmitted disease in their region. Before they began to use the Mosquito Habitat Mapper, they did some research to find out which mosquito-transmitted diseases are found in their location. They live in Burlington County, New Jersey, outlined in red below.  Based on a brochure produced by the NJ government about mosquitoes in their state, the students found out that the two most prevalent diseases transmitted by mosquitoes are West Nile virus and Eastern Equine...


Posted in: Curriculum: STEM Education Research Science and Math Event Topics: Workshops Campaigns and Projects (IOPs, etc) GLOBE Learning Expeditions Science Symposia and Fairs Field Campaigns: Watersheds Seasons and Biomes El Niño Surface Temperature GLOBE Science Topics: Climate Change Meetings/Conferences Climate Earth as a System Scientist Skills GLOBE Protocols GLOBE Working Groups: Education Working Group Science Working Group Investigation Areas: Atmosphere Earth As a System Hydrosphere Pedosphere (Soil) Biosphere Learning Activities: Earth as a System Atmosphere and Climate Land Cover/Biology Hydrology Soil News Topics: Virtual Science Fair SCRC Research Competitions Meetings Primary Audience: Partners Scientists Alumni Country Coordinators Trainers Teachers Students Student Research Reports: U.S. Student Research Symposia (SRS) Mission Earth Report International Virtual Science Symposium Report Standard Research Report Mission Mosquito Report Teacher's Guide: Protocol Specific Documents Investigation Area Documents

Check out this awesome resource, by the Forest Service, about trees, forests, climate change, and technology. NATIONAL INQUIRER CLIMATE CHANGE EDITION "Scientists report their research in journals, which are special booklets that enable scientists to share information with one another. This journal, the Natural Inquirer, was created so that scientists can share their research with you and with other middle school students. Each article tells you about scientific research conducted by scientists in the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture." "If you want to know more about the...


Posted in: GLOBE Working Groups: Technology Working Group Evaluation Working Group Science Working Group Education Working Group Primary Audience: Trainers Teachers Students Partners Scientists Alumni Country Coordinators

Across the Public Lab community, people are making their own maps using aerial photos (by balloon mapping, kite mapping, and the like) with the MapKnitter website - which helps people "stitch" or "knit" images into a combined map, using an existing satellite map base layer as a reference. (this post was cross-posted on the Public Lab blog) The core of MapKnitter's interface, the Leaflet.DistortableImage library, is seeing some new life as members of our coding community have started to dig in and make improvements! (This was made possible...


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