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2022 Autumn Campaign Newsletters

Newsletter #1 - How to start the Autumn Campaign

 


Activities for students

 

Spring

Activity 1: My Tree + carbon activity: Tree Growth Game

Activity 2: Look at the Buds + Data Sheet + Carbon Around Me

Activity 3: First Leaves + carbon activity: Carbon in my tree

Activity 4: My Green Up Data + Data Upload Guide + carbon activity: The Case of Missing Carbon + Data Sheet

Activity 5: Green Color Scale

How Tall Is My Tree - measuring tree height

 

Autumn

Activity 1: My Tree

Activity 2: Color Change of Leaves

Activity 3: My Green Down Data + Data Upload Guide

How Leaves Lose Weight - carbon activity 

How Tall Is My Tree - measuring tree height

 


Tree field guides

Sour cherry   
Description

Field guide

Lime
Description

Field guide

Hazel 
Description

Field guide

Oak 
Description

Field guide

Birch 
Description

Field guide

Beech 
Description

Field guide

Fig          Description


 

Green Up/Down e-training

To enter Green up/down data and work with it in the GLOBE program, you need to be trained. You can take the training online here: protocol e-training.

If you haven't yet done any GLOBE training, you will need to take the modules: Introduction to GLOBE, Introduction to Biosphere and then Green-up or Green-down protocol.

 


GLOBE protocols

Green up

 

Green down


How to work with GLOBE data?

GLOBE Data Entry - GLOBE data can be submitted on a desktop pc or using the GLOBE data entry app.

Green-down Data Upload Guide - how to upload autumn data to the GLOBE Database

Green-up Data Upload Guide - how to upload spring data to the GLOBE Database

Phenology Data Visualization Guide - Instruction for visualizing GLOBE phenology data

 


Lesson plans and activities

  • A first look at phenology - Students explore patterns, similarities, and differences among plants at the same location.
  • A sneak preview of budburst - Students observe the relationship between the budburst and temperature.
  • An Alaskan Spring Mystery (Middle and high school, grades 6-12) - Students learn about the timing of spring budburst and practice asking questions and analyzing and interpreting data
  • What's hidden in tree buds (age 11-14) - Students get familiar with the structure of the buds of deciduous trees, they observe the bud sprouting and the changes that trees undergo in spring.
  • Confused buds (primary school) - Students learn how to record measurements, sort and evaluate data.  
  • Green down (age 11-14) - Students learn to ask questions while using the research cycle.
  • Color Palette (age 11-14) - Students record the color change of an observed tree.  

 


Would you like to share your learning activity with the Phenology campaign community?

Please let us know at lenka.kleger@terezanet.cz.