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A little back story about this post: I was talking to an educator about the different options to enter GLOBE data including emailing it. For some reason the instruction file on emailing data was in HTML. I copied and pasted the HTML file into my blog source so it would be more readable. Below are the instructions for emailing data entry. As far as I know, the information is still current. ...


The South Dakota Discovery Center is issuing a call for water transparency data from lakes, streams, rivers, ponds in South Dakota using a turbidity (or transparency) tube, often referred to as a t-tube since both transparency and turbidity start with the letter t.  The t-tube is a simple instrument. It is a tall, transparent tube of at least 120 centimeters that is marked off in...


Posted in: Curriculum: STEM Investigation Areas: Hydrosphere » Water Transparency Primary Audience: Teachers

Every year, I offer a field based professional learning opportunity (PLO) for educators. This year's PLO was Exploring Badlands National Park through Science and Storytelling held June 18-21 in South Dakota. Nine educators spent one day in class and three days and two nights in Badlands National Park doing hydrology field studies using GLOBE protocols (water temperature, water...


Posted in: Event Topics: Workshops GLOBE Science Topics: GLOBE Protocols Teacher's Guide: Protocol Specific Documents » Protocol

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