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Through personal stories, some scientists tell us what is the impact of GLOBE in their lives and guide us to be know how to involve local scientists and STEM professionals in the GLOBE Program


Posted in: GLOBE Science Topics: General Science General Science @es Meetings/Conferences Scientist Skills GLOBE Working Groups: Science Working Group Primary Audience: Scientists Country Coordinators

Research starts with a question, are you not sure how to post a meaningful research question? this blog want to give you some tips about it.


Posted in: Curriculum: STEM Education Research Science and Math Technology Event Topics: Science Symposia and Fairs GLOBE Science Topics: Scientist Skills Meetings/Conferences GLOBE Working Groups: Science Working Group Education Working Group News Topics: Virtual Science Fair Primary Audience: Teachers Students Teacher's Guide: Grade Level » Secondary: 9-12 Grade Level » Middle: 6-8

El Niño Costero, one especial variation of El Niño (ENSO) that occurs when there is an irregular increase in the temperature of the ocean surface restricted to Peruvian and Ecuadorian coasts that in Perú have occasionated 100 000 victims, 157 000 houses damaged, 159 bridges collapsed and 1 900 km of roads destroyed during this year, have a story to tell us.


Posted in: Event Topics: Campaigns and Projects (IOPs, etc) Field Campaigns: El Niño SMAP GLOBE Science Topics: Climate GLOBE Working Groups: Science Working Group Investigation Areas: Earth As a System Hydrosphere Pedosphere (Soil) Atmosphere Biosphere

Telling a story is always the best to remember something. Stories allow us to analyze information needed to understand what is happening in our environment, especially when information is presented a big collection of facts that demand a big memory as well as capacity for analysis and synthesis. Telling a story helps connect, establish cause and effect sequences, guiding us to discover!....


Posted in: GLOBE Working Groups: Science Working Group