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Webinar: The State of Trees – August 2024. Continuing to Make Sense of the Land-Cover and Tree-Height Observations
On 20 August at 1:00 pm ET (17:00 UTC), GLOBE staff will discuss the importance of taking GLOBE ground-based land-cover and tree-height observations and making comparisons to the space-based NASA satellite data and performing data analysis of the data via online data tools such as NASA Worldview, Land Cover Viewer, and Open Altimetry.  >>

NASA GPM 10-in-10 Webinar Series: Data
The seventh of the NASA “GPM 10-in-10” anniversary webinars will take place on 1 August at 8:00 pm ET [2 August, 00:00 UTC] and will focus on “data.” Join this webinar to find out how and why we use Earth-observing satellites to collect data, where you can access these free and openly sourced data, and how various NASA-sponsored programs are helping make data understandable and accessible to everyone!  >>

2024 GLOBE Annual Meeting: Bus Schedule, Parking, Presentations, and More
The Annual Meeting is soon approaching (15–18 July in Fredonia, NY). Registration closed on 5 July. Additional information is included here about the bus/shuttle schedule, parking on SUNY campus, presentations, and the agenda.   >>

July Tech Update: New Features and Improvements to GLOBE Systems
A large number of system and security upgrades have been made to GLOBE tech over the past month along with the addition of some new features on the horizon. The GLOBE Observer app has been updated, a new eTraining support area is in progress, and changes are being made to the The new desktop data entry forms.  >>

NASA GPM 10-in-10 Webinar Series: Remote Sensing
The sixth of the NASA “GPM 10-in-10” anniversary webinars will take place on 11 July at 8:00 pm ET [July 12, 00:00 UTC] and will focus on “remote sensing.” Join this webinar to gain an understanding about how and why we use satellites to help us better understand and protect our home planet.  >>

GLOBE and Natural Inquirer Crosswalk Project: Stipends Available for U.S. Educators
Educators and pre-service teachers in the United States can earn money this summer by contributing to the GLOBE and Natural Inquirer Crosswalk Project. Stipends of $150 are available for contributions that show connections between the two programs.  >>

North America Phenology Campaign: Register Now for Fall 2024
The North America Phenology Campaign focuses on monitoring and reporting plant phenology data to help validate the timing of the plant growing season. In this campaign, students will observe and report plant green-down, have opportunities to meet scientists, and collaborate with other students.  >>

The State of Trees – July 2024. Live from the 2024 GLOBE Annual Meeting: What does it mean to satellite match tree height and land cover?
Join us live from the 2024 GLOBE Annual Meeting in Fredonia, New York, U.S.A., as we present and discuss the importance of matching space-based satellite tree height and land cover data, from missions like ICESat-2, GEDI, and Landsat, to the ground-based GLOBE tree height and land cover observations.  >>

NASA and Montenegro Sign GLOBE Agreement
The Montenegro Minister of Education, Science, and Innovation and the U.S. Ambassador signed the GLOBE Agreement between the Ministry and NASA at a signing ceremony in Montenegro’s capital city of Podgorica on 11 June 2024.    >>

GLOBE Mission Mosquito Webinar: Braiding Indigenous Ways of Knowing with Western STEM
Join the GLOBE program’s Mission Mosquito and Land Cover team for a professional development webinar on Tuesday, 25 June, at 2 p.m. ET (18:00 UTC).    >>