How Do El Niño and La Niña Years Compare? Read the Latest GLOBE El Niño Field Campaign Blog and Find Out!
Sixth grade students at Somerset Intermediate School on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, USA, are currently studying weather, climate, and human impacts on Earth systems, synthesizing a year-long study of Earth science. Read Teacher Pat Benner’s guest blog for the GLOBE El Niño Field Campaign and read all about it!
As part of the GLOBE El Niño Field Campaign, a suite of six GLOBE measurement protocols (including the SMAP protocol) are serving as ways to identify environmental changes affected by El Niño. During the campaign, you can participate in regular webinars to discuss the mechanics of the campaign, receive updates on data collection, and explore science with experts. Register for all of the webinars here!
Throughout the campaign, regular guest blogs from scientists about how they study El Niño and teachers doing data collection with their students will be posted. In addition, there is information on the science of El Niño, how to participate in the campaign, analysis tools, numerous resources, and engaging discussion opportunities on the webpage. Keep checking back to discover what’s new with the campaign!
And now you can visit the El Niño Story Maps page and learn how to share your story and to see how El Niño is affecting people around the world. There are two opportunities for you to share your stories with the world through Story Mapping: H2yOu and Smart Basins StoryMaps. Click here and find out how you can share your story today.type: globe-news
News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office