GLOBE/SMAP Soil Moisture Campaign Webinar: 10 December
NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) mission measures soil moisture from space. SMAP has applications in science, agriculture, and environmental management, each of them vital to Earth's health and sustainability. From understanding the processes that link the water, carbon, and energy cycles to improving weather and climate prediction models, SMAP will advance environmental knowledge.
The GLOBE/SMAP Soil Moisture Measurement Campaign Webinar will be held Thursday, 10 December, at 2 p.m. U.S. Eastern Time (7 p.m. UTC).
The topics for this webinar are:
- Shout-out to the Top Three collection schools
- Reporting by teams collecting data
- SMAP scientist update
- GLOBE Program update
The link for the webinar is: https://gsfc610.adobeconnect.com/globesmap/. (Note: If you haven’t used Adobe Connect before, please click on the link and it will ask you to download the software needed to run Adobe Connect. Also, please make sure your computer microphone is working, as there will be an opportunity for you to greet everyone and discuss what you are doing or are planning to do during the field campaign.)
To keep up with this vital campaign, read Brian Campbell’s blog posts at: http://www.globe.gov/web/smap/overview/blog-posts. If you would like to be a featured guest blogger, please contact Brian A. Campbell, Senior NASA Earth Science Education and Communication Specialist, NASA Wallops Flight Facility (Wallops Island, Virginia, USA).
News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office