My Tree in Autumn
Autumn trees are miraculous. They shine with fireworks of colors.
Let´s find out when, how and why the tree prepares for winter sleep.
Upload your measurements into the GLOBE database and compare your data with schools across Europe.
Select one of the 7 species (Hazel, Fig, Lime, Oak, Cherry, Birch, Beech) that GLOBE students around Europe follow in autumn.
Register for the campaign to obtain 3 activities for students and earn GLOBE certificate for your school! The deadline was extended to September 30th.
What else can you do?
- Research how the autumn change of trees relates to weather.
- Take pictures with GrowApp and make a time-lapse video.
- Share your results and pictures with other schools at the discussion forum.
- Get inspired by research and activities of other students.
- Connect to teachers and students from other countries within the School Collaboration group.
The benefits are multiple for the students such as observing the nature and learning to be patient. They analyse the results, make hypothesis and give the conclusion in the end which is the basis for scientific way of thinking.
Ankica Veseljić, OS Banija, Croatia
Activities for students:
- Activity 1: My Tree
- Activity 2: Color Change of Leaves
- Activity 3: My Green Down Data + Data Upload Guide
To observe and record your tree color change (activities 2 and 3) you will need the GLOBE Plant Color Guide. If you don’t have the Guide, please contact your GLOBE country coordinator.
Do you want to read more about GLOBE green down observations? Download the Green down protocol, Field guide and Data Sheet from the Download materials tab.
2019 Autumn Collaboration group
Why join the Collaboration Group?
Apart from new knowledge about phenology, your students will also learn to communicate with international students. The skill that is essential when living in the 21st century.
How to join?
Register for the 2019 Autumn Phenology campaign. In the registration form tick that you want to join the collaboration group. By September 15th you will be matched with a partner school.
What can you do within the collaboration group?
- regularly exchange data and pictures by e-mail
- plan a call and discuss your experience and results
- plan a student research project together
For more information about the Collaboration Group contact Lenka Kleger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pictures by: Veliko Karachiviev on Unsplash, Chris Lawton on Unsplash, Nova Kakhovka Young Naturalists Station - GLOBE school