09/14/2017European Phenology Campaign 2017/2018 for Schools Starts Now!
The European Phenology Campaign 2017/2018 starts now. Within the campaign, students can observe autumn changes of trees using both the GLOBE green-down protocol and the GrowApp smartphone application. This year, the campaign focus is on seven tree species. >>
09/13/2017Teachers: Check out These Tips/Resources for Your Classrooms – GLOBE Across the Curriculum Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: GLOBE Teachers: If you haven’t visited “GLOBE Across the Curriculum” pages on the GLOBE website lately, you may want to check out the tips and resources available to you! >>
09/12/2017NAAEE Conference Still On Schedule (18-21 October) After Hurricane Irma – Have You Registered for the GLOBE/Eco-schools Workshop Yet?
The passing of Hurricane Irma has not changed the fact that the 46th Annual North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) Conference will be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA, from 18-21 October 2017! (To read an update on the conference in relation to Hurricane Irma, click here.) On 18 October, a full-day workshop “The GLOBE Program and Eco-schools: Science and Sustainability in School Gardens” will be offered. >>
09/11/2017When Can Observations of Daily Precipitation be Reported? Read Dr. Dixon Butler’s Latest Blog and Find Out!
As Dr. Dixon Butler explains in his latest blog,”Daily Precipitation – Now May be Reported at Any Time of Day,” observations of daily precipitation have been a part of GLOBE from the beginning. >>
09/11/2017GLOBE Announces the 2018 GLOBE International Virtual Science Symposium – Projects due 01 March
The GLOBE Program is pleased to announce the 2018 GLOBE International Virtual Science Symposium (IVSS). In order to align with the 2018 GLOBE Learning Expedition (GLE), projects will be due on Thursday, 01 March 2018. >>
09/06/2017The Eclipse has Passed Over – But Here’s What You Can Do with Your Solar Eclipse Glasses Now
Now that the solar eclipse across America has passed over, you may be wondering what you can do with your eclipse glasses. If your glasses aren’t damaged, you can save them for future eclipses (the next eclipse in America will be in 2023 and 2024) or you can donate them to children in regions experiencing future eclipses! >>
09/06/2017GLOBE Games and Annual GLOBE Workshop for Teachers in Ukraine
In Ukraine, the beginning of summer was busy with GLOBE activities. Teachers had the opportunity to attend a conference and GLOBE training (held from 13-15 June) in Rivne. On top of that, students, teachers, and scientists got together at the GLOBE Games, which were organized from 19-22 June in Kyiv. >>
09/05/2017So What Is the Story on the GLOBE Max/Min Thermometer? Read Dr. Dixon Butler’s Latest Blog and Find Out!
As Dr. Dixon Butler explains in his latest blog, “The GLOBE Max/Min Thermometer Story,” the measurement of daily maximum minimum air temperature within one hour of local solar noon has been a key GLOBE protocol. The low-cost approach was to use a U-tube thermometer housed in a wooden instrument shelter facing away from the equator – yet, there was a problem with the prolonged use of this type of thermometer. >>
09/04/2017GLOBE Community: New Beta Version of Viz System Up and Running – Data Viewing Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Have you heard? A new beta version of the visualization system, with an improved interface optimized for phone and tablet viewing, is now available! Click here to check it out now! >>