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03/31/2016
Letter to the Community
Letter to the Community  >>

03/31/2016
OhioView Summer Opportunity for U.S. Teachers
U.S. Teachers: Join the OHIOVIEW 5–day workshop on geospatial technology. climate change and student research projects.  >>

03/31/2016
GLOBE Training through Eco-Schools USA
Eco-Schools USA presents a free online course opportunity for anyone who uses or will soon be using the Eco-Schools USA program with students in grades K-12  >>

03/31/2016
GLOBE Celebrates Earth Day on 22 April
GLOBE began operations on Earth Day 1995. Join us as we celebrate this special day.  >>

03/28/2016
GLOBE Green-Up/Green-Down Protocol – Data Collection 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.  >>

03/17/2016
First GLOBE US Regional Science Fair Held at NASA Goddard
NASA Goddard hosted the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regional event in Greenbelt, Maryland on 10-11 March 2016.  >>

03/17/2016
Enter the Data Entry Challenge 18-24 April
GLOBE is hosting the 2016 Data Entry Challenge from 18-24 April! Whether you report new data or old, GIO will recognize schools entering the most data during the week. With your help, it all adds up!  >>

03/15/2016
Dr. Jack Kaye Visits Taiwan
Dr. Jack Kaye, Associate Director for Research, Earth Science Division, NASA Headquarters, enjoyed a visit to Fudan High School in Tao-Yuan City, Taiwan on 8 March 2016.  >>

03/15/2016
GLOBE Mosquito Larvae Protocol – Data Collection Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: GLOBE students – as part of your efforts to explore the Hydrosphere (one of the four Earth spheres The GLOBE Program covers), you can dive into the new Mosquito Larvae Protocol.  >>

03/15/2016
Still Time to Register for Tomorrow’s (22 March) GLOBE El Niño Field Campaign Webinar: “Max/Min Air Temperature and Precipitation”
Why are temperature and precipitation data important variables to study globally as we strive to better understand our home planet? Find out! Register now to attend the next GLOBE El Niño Field Campaign Webinar: “Max/Min Air Temperature and Precipitation” This webinar will begin at 8:00 p.m. ET (12 p.m. UTC).  >>