10/02/2017Monthly Tech Update October 2017
In September, we launched the NEW mobile-friendly GLOBE visualization system. New features include an improved menu and user navigation and the ability to add multiple layers to the map at one time. Click here to check it out now. (“Vis Classic” will remain available through mid-October.) >>
10/02/2017GLOBE Community: Check Out the New Data Visualization System – Viewing Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: The new visualization system, with an improved interface optimized for phone and tablet viewing, is now available! Click here to check it out now! >>
10/02/2017Teachers: First ENSO Campaign (Phase III) Science and Research Webinar on 03 October: "Studying Water Globally and Locally”
The first Phase III GLOBE ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) Student Research Campaign science and research webinar will be held on 03 October, 8 p.m. ET (04 October, 12:00 a.m. UTC): “Studying Water Globally and Locally.” >>
09/29/2017Have You Read the Scientific American Blog “The GLOBE Program: Making the Case for K-12 Citizen Scientists” Yet?
Have you read the Scientific American blog, “The GLOBE Program: Making the Case for K-12 Citizen Scientists” by Amanda Baker yet? If not, click here are read it today! >>
09/26/2017GLOBE Welcomes Republic of Seychelles as Newest Partnering Country
An agreement between NASA and the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Seychelles, for cooperation in The GLOBE Program, was finalized on 25 August 2017. Seychelles is now the 118th country to participate in GLOBE. >>
09/25/2017GLOBE Community: Share Your Story (Blog) on the GLOBE Website Today!
Tip of the Week: As a vital part of the GLOBE community, you are cordially invited to blog on the GLOBE website. Respectfully voice your opinion, ask questions, share tips and tidbits – and make meaningful connections with members of the community today! >>
09/21/2017International Biomes Project 2017 Begins 30 September in Foothills of South Africa!
The International Biomes Project 2017 begins 30 September in the foothills of South Africa. >>
09/20/2017U.S. Department of State Issues Open Call for U.S. Scientists to Serve as Authors/Editors on IPCC Sixth Assessment Report
The U.S. Department of State seeks nominations for U.S. scientists with requisite expertise to serve as Lead Authors or Review Editors on the Working Group I, II, and III contributions to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report (AR6). >>