03/08/2018U.S. Community: Registration is Now Open for the 2018 SRS
Registration for the 2018 United States Student Research Symposia (SRS) is open! At the SRS, students from across the United States have the opportunity to come together at one of six face-to-face regional symposia to share the results of field investigations using GLOBE program protocols. As in previous years, the SRS are open to all U.S. GLOBE students and teachers. >>
03/07/2018How Are Clouds Observations Matched to Satellite Data? Read this NASA GLOBE Clouds Team Blog and Find Out!
The NASA GLOBE Clouds team at NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, USA, recently presented a webinar discussing how cloud observations collected by citizen scientists are matched to satellite data. In this blog, posted by Marile Colon Robles, you can watch the webinar recording – and learn how important your observations are! >>
03/07/2018Join the ENSO Phase III Science and Research Webinar “Connections and Collaboration”on 08 March
On Thursday, 08 March (1:00 p.m. EST/18:00 UTC), join the Phase III GLOBE ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) Student Research Campaign Science and Research Webinar: “Connections and Collaboration.” >>
03/05/2018GLOBE Green-Up/Green-Down Protocol – Budburst Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: GLOBE students – as part of your efforts to explore the Biosphere (one of the four Earth spheres The GLOBE Program covers), you can dive into the Green-Up/Green-Down Protocol. >>
03/02/201805 March: 2018 Student Research Symposia Webinar “Giving a Poster Presentation and Open Office Hours”
SRS Webinar: “Giving a Poster Presentation/Open Office Hours” will be held on Monday, 05 March at 7:00 p.m. ET. This webinar will be hosted by Kiley Remiszewski and Clarice Perryman, PhD students in Natural Resources and Earth Systems Sciences at the University of New Hampshire. As a participant, you will hear tips and tricks designed to help students prepare for a poster presentation and stay on the line to ask questions. >>
03/01/2018GLOBE Urban Heat Island Effect/Surface Temperature Student Research Campaign Has Begun! Your Observations Are Vital!
The Northern Hemisphere Spring and Southern Hemisphere Fall Urban Heat Island Effect – Surface Temperature Field Campaign has begun (01 March) and will run through 31 March. Your observations, and continued participation, is vital to this scientific endeavor. >>
03/01/2018Join the NASA GLOBE Clouds "Spring Cloud Observations Data Challenge" (15 March – 15 April)
The NASA GLOBE Clouds team at NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, USA, is excited to announce the NASA GLOBE Clouds: Spring Cloud Observations Data Challenge. Participants are invited to enter up to 10 cloud observations per day from 15 March through 15 April 2018 using the GLOBE Program’s data entry options or using GLOBE Observer app. GLOBE and GLOBE Observer participants with the most observations will be congratulated by a NASA scientist with a video posted on the NASA GLOBE Clouds website. >>
02/26/2018GLOBE Community: Need a Project Collaborator? Find One Today – Collaboration Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Need a Project Collaborator? Then visit the GLOBE website and use this handy tool to find GLOBE community members who are interested in collaborating on GLOBE projects, protocols, and/or other activities! >>