GLOBE/SMAP 02 February Webinar Recording Available for Viewing – One Year of SMAP!
In case you missed the Webinar on 02 February, you can now view it! The webinar provided an update from Dr. Erika Podest, SMAP scientist at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory about what the SMAP satellite has measured in 1 year of spaceflight. There were also two guest teacher speakers, Vicky Gorman from the Medford Memorial Middle School in New Jersey and Marina Barišić from III Osnovna Skola Varazdin in Croatia. The webinar provided an excellent overview of how students are taking the SMAP soil moisture measurements and how they are excited to do real science.
Mark your calendars for the next webinar, which will be held on 01 March 2016 (11 a.m. ET/4 p.m. UTC), entitled: “Heading into the Spring Thaw and Global Shout-Outs to all the GLOBE Schools/Teams Collecting SMAP Soil Moisture Data."
Visit the GLOBE/SMAP Soil Moisture Measurement Field Campaign web pages to follow all of the current campaign information and updates -- including everything you need to know about collecting soil moisture measurements using the SMAP Block Pattern Soil Moisture Protocol, as well as view the protocol instructional video.
And catch up on all of the SMAP blog posts, including Brian Campbell’s most recent blog: “One Year of SMAP!” (If you would like to guest blog about your SMAP protocol measurement experience, please contact Brian Campbell, Senior NASA Earth Flight Science Education and Communication Specialist at email@example.com.)
News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office