05/02/2018Today (02 May) Phase III ENSO Campaign SODA Webinar #6: “Water Quality After Hurricane Maria – Live from Puerto Rico”
The next Phase III GLOBE ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) Student Research Campaign SODA (Short Observation and Data Analysis) webinar will be held on Wednesday, 02 May at 11:00 a.m. EDT (3:00 p.m. UTC): “Water Quality After Hurricane Maria: Live From Puerto Rico.” >>
05/01/2018Community Blog: “A Global Perspective” – Data Collection and Scientific Understanding
Are you keeping up with GLOBE Community Blogs? If you’re a teacher seeking to provide your students with the opportunity to collect, share, and analyze data as an effective way to help them develop a deeper understanding of scientific concepts, then you’ll want to read a recent blog posted by Jeff Bouwman, a GLOBE teacher at Shumate Middle School (Gilbralter, Michigan, USA). >>
04/30/2018Today (30 April) is the Last Day to Reserve Your Room in Ireland if Attending the GLE
Are you already registered for the 2018 GLOBE Learning Expedition (GLE) and the 22nd Annual Meeting? Then you need to know that the deadline to reserve a hotel room within the GLE room block at the Gleaneagle Hotel and Apartments is today: 30 April! >>
04/26/2018Does Data Drive Questions or Do Questions Drive Data? Join the Phase III ENSO Campaign SODA Webinar #5 on 26 April and Share Your Thoughts!
The next Phase III GLOBE ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) Student Research Campaign SODA (Short Observation and Data Analysis) webinar will be held on Thursday, 26 April at 5:00 p.m. EDT (9:00 p.m. UTC): “Live from David Wooster Middle School; Stratford, Connecticut, USA.” >>
04/25/2018Earth Day 2018 – Outstanding GLOBE Videos from Israel
GLOBE schools in Israel celebrated Earth Day 2018 by filming excellent videos about their GLOBE activities. >>
04/24/2018New Timeline Animation Tool Added to the Visualization System
See your measurement data over time with the new visualization timeline animation tool >>
04/24/2018Spring Cloud Challenge Has Wrapped Up! Observation Numbers Are Sky High – Thanks GLOBE Community!
The NASA/GLOBE 2018 Spring Cloud Observation Challenge, which ran from 15 March through 15 April, has now wrapped up – and the sky-high numbers are in! During the challenge, GLOBE received a grand total of 56,515 cloud observations from more than 15,000 locations in 99 countries on every continent. >>