Mission Earth - Mission Earth
Fusing GLOBE with NASA assets to build systematic innovation in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
GME in Action
In 2022, the Urban Heat Island team at the University of Toledo and the City of Toledo started a new phase of observation and data collection at the neighborhood level with citizen scientists.
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Observing your community depends greatly on your perspective. A teacher's dive into local carbon dioxide data provides a point of comparison for what NASA's carbon-monitoring satellite can reveal.
GLOBE Mission EARTH is a collaborative of multiple institutions across the United States formed to increase involvement in the GLOBE Program (www.globe.gov). In addition to the members from our partner institutions, our group includes hundreds of other individuals including teachers, students and citizen scientists, located throughout the United States. More >>
05/10/20232023 GLOBE Mission EARTH SATELLITES Student Conference at the University of Toledo
2023 GLOBE Mission EARTH SATELLITES Student Conference Fifty-three students (grades 2-12) from Ohio and Michigan from thirteen schools presented over 30 projects at the SATELLITES Student Conference at The University of Toledo on May 10, 2023. >>
04/24/20232023 GLOBE Midwest Student Research Symposium
The University of Wisconsin-Madison hosted the 2023 GLOBE (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment) Midwest Student Research Symposium (SRS) from April 21-23, 2023 in Madison, WI. Forty-seven students from Grade 5-12 from Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin presented their research projects to twelve judges. >>
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