SCRC Participation

The GLOBE Student Climate Research Campaign (SCRC) is a great success due to the participation of students in GLOBE schools around the world.  Participation in the SCRC includes, but is not limited to:

  1. entering data into the GLOBE database during one of our Intensive Observing Periods (IOPs),
  2. joining an SCRC-focused webinar,
  3. becoming a member of the SCRC Community,
  4. reading the GLOBE Scientists' Blog
  5. completing a Climate Foundations learning activity,
  6. developing and carrying out a research project, or
  7. participating in a competition.

 

This web page contains preliminary participation data.  This page will be updated throughout the duration of the campaign, including making evaluation summaries available.  If you need additional information or more detail than what is provided here, please email climatecampaign@globe.gov.

 

Summary of Participation

Participating Countries (105):  Argentina (15), Australia (2), Austria (1), Bahamas (1), Bahrain (2), Bangladesh, Belgium, Benin (1), Bolivia, Bulgaria, Cameroon (3), Canada (4), Chile (3), Colombia, Costa Rica (7), Croatia (78), Cyprus (13), Czech Republic (56), Denmark, Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (1), Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia (14),  Ethiopia (1), Fiji, Finland (4), France (3), Gambia, Germany (20), Ghana (1), Greece (2), Green Heritage Fund Suriname, Greenland (3), Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary (7), Iceland, India (12), Ireland, Israel (83), Italy (3), Japan (14), Jordan (3), Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyz Republic, Kuwait, Latvia (10), Lebanon, Liechtenstein (1), Lithuania (10), Luxembourg, Madagascar (1), Maldives, Mali (1), Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mexico (5), Micronesia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Namibia, Nepal (1), Netherlands (8), New Zealand (5), Niger, Nigeria (1), Norway (2), Oman (6), Pakistan (1), Panama, Paraguay, Peru (4), Philippines (2), Poland (41), Portugal, Qatar (1), Republic of Macedonia (8), Republic of Serbia, Romania, Russia (1), Rwanda, Saudi Arabia (95), Senegal, South Africa, South Korea (2), Spain (40), Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland (5), Tanzania (1), Thailand (16), Trinidad and Tobago (3), Tunisia, Turkey (1), Uganda, Ukraine (2), United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom (6), United States of America (312, representing 42 states + Puerto Rico + District of Columbia), Uruguay (3)

Number of Schools: 952


Summary of Participation via #2-7 above:

Participating Countries (100): Argentina (7), Australia (1), Austria, Bahrain (2), Bangladesh, Belgium, Benin, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Cameroon (1), Canada (2), Chile (1), Costa Rica (5), Colombia, Croatia (15), Cyprus (7), Czech Republic (7), Denmark, Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia, Fiji, Finland (1), France, Gambia, Germany (4), Ghana (1), Greece, Green Heritage Fund Suriname, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary (2), Iceland, India (5), Ireland, Israel (4), Italy (1), Japan (1), Jordan (3), Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Latvia (5), Lebanon, Liechtenstein (1), Lithuania (2), Luxembourg, Madagascar (1), Maldives, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Namibia, Nepal (1), Netherlands (2), New Zealand (3), Niger, Nigeria (1), Norway (1), Oman, Panama, Paraguay, Pakistan (1), Peru (2), Philippines (1), Poland (4), Portugal, Qatar (1), Republic of Macedonia (2), Republic of Serbia, Romania, Russia (1), Rwanda, Saudi Arabia (48), Senegal, South Africa (1), South Korea, Spain (2), Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland (3), Tanzania (1), Thailand (14), Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom (1), United States of America (138, representing 33 states + Puerto Rico), Uruguay (2)


Intensive Observing Period (IOP) Summaries:

The number of countries participating in each IOP listed below is given in boldface. The number in parenthesis after each country is the number of schools submitting data. 

Phenology and Climate

Participating Countries (14): Argentina (1), Croatia (13), Czech Republic (2), Estonia (1), Finland (1), Germany (3), Israel (2), Latvia (3), Lithuania (3), Norway (1), Phillipines (1), Poland (7), Spain (1), United States of America (14, representing 11 states)

Number of Schools: 52

Number of Data Points: 2862

July 2013 Climate and Land Cover

Participating Countries (3): Argentina (1), Ukraine (2), United States of America (5, representing 5 states)

Number of Schools: 8

Number of Data Points: 42

June 2013 Great Global Investigation of Climate

Participating Countries (28): Argentina (5), Australia (1), Austria (1), Chile (1), Croatia (24), Czech Republic (9), Estonia (3), Finland (2), France (2), Germany (10), India (1), Israel (19), Japan (3), Latvia (2), Liechtenstein (1), Lithuania (5), Mali (1), Mexico (2), Netherlands (2), Oman (1), Poland (12), Saudi Arabia (6), South Korea (1), Spain (3), Switzerland (1), Ukraine (1), United States of America (41, representing 23 states + District of Colombia and Puerto Rico)

Number of Schools: 161

Number of Data Points: 253,578

April 2013 Climate and Land Cover

Participating Countries (6): Argentina (1), Croatia (3), Japan (1), Poland (1), Spain (1), United States of America (2, representing 2 states)

Number of Schools: 9

Number of Data Points: 72

March 2013 Great Global Investigation of Climate

Participating Countries (34): Argentina (3), Australia (1), Austria (1), Croatia (36), Cyprus (6), Czech Republic (18), Estonia (5), Finland (2), France (2), Germany (8), Greece (1) Greenland (2), Hungary (1), India (2), Israel (32), Italy (3), Japan (2), Latvia (3), Liechtenstein (1), Lithuania (4), Mexico (3), Netherlands (4), New Zealand (1) , Oman (5), Peru (1), Poland (16), Saudi Arabia (30), South Korea (1), Spain (3), Switzerland (1), Trinidad & Tobago (1), United Kingdom (1), United States of America (60, representing 27 states + District of Colombia and Puerto Rico), Uruguay (1)

Number of Schools: 261

Number of Data Points: 195,055

January 2013 Climate and Land Cover

Participating Countries (9): Croatia (3), Czech Republic (1), Israel (4), Italy (1), Mexico (1), Peru (1), Poland (1), Spain (1), United States of America (6, representing 6 states)

Number of Schools: 19

Number of Data Points: 120

December 2012 Surface Temperature Field Campaign

Participating Countries (5): Estonia (1), Germany (1), Switzerland (1), Trinidad and Tobego (1), United States of America (16, representing 7 states)

Number of Schools: 20

Number of Data Points: 472

December 2012 Great Global Investigation of Climate

Participating Countries (29): Argentina (3), Australia (1), Austria (1), Cameroon (1), Croatia (38), Cyprus (5), Czech Republic (14), Estonia (3), Finland (2), France (2), Germany (10), Greenland (2), Hungary (1), India (4), Israel (24), Japan (2), Liechtenstein (1), Lithuania (4), Mali (1), Mexico (3), Netherlands (2), New Zealand (1), Oman (2), Poland (14), Saudi Arabia (17), Spain (4), Switzerland (1), United States of America (52, representing 25 states + District of Colombia and Puerto Rico)

Number of Schools: 217

Number of Data Points: 241,695

October 2012 Climate and Land Cover

Participating Countries (6): Argentina (1), Croatia (4), Czech Republic (1), Netherlands (1), Peru (1), United States of America (6, representing 4 states + Puerto Rico)

Number of Schools: 14

Number of Data Points: 109

September 2012 Great Global Investigation of Climate

Participating Countries (25): Argentina (3), Australia (1), Austria (1), Croatia (6), Czech Republic (4), Estonia (2), Finland (2), Germany (7), India (2), Israel (3), Italy (1), Japan (2), Latvia (1), Liechtenstein (1), Lithuania (1), Mali (1), Mexico (1), Netherlands (1), New Zealand (1), Phillipines (1), Poland (2), Saudi Arabia (8), Spain (1), Switzerland (2), United States of America (40, representing 22 states + District of Colombia and Puerto Rico)

Number of Schools: 95

Number of Data Points: 467,140

July 2012 Climate and Land Cover

Participating Countries (4): Argentina (1), Croatia (2), Netherlands (1), United States of America (2, representing 2 states)

Number of Schools: 6

Number of Data Points: 17

June 2012 Great Global Investigation of Climate

Participating Countries (33): Argentina (4), Australia (1), Austria (1), Croatia (24), Czech Republic (16), Estonia (6), Finland (2), France (1), Germany (9), Hungary (2), India (2), Israel (16), Italy (1), Japan (5), Latvia (2), Liechtenstein (1), Lithuania (6), Mali (1), Mexico (2), Netherlands (3), New Zealand (2), Norway (1), Oman (1), Peru (1), Poland (17), Saudi Arabia (24), South Korea (1), Spain (16), Switzerland (1), Thailand (1), Ukraine (1), United Kingdom (1), United States of America (47, representing 22 states + District of Colombia and Puerto Rico)

Number of Schools: 216

Number of Data Points: 99,936

April 2012 Climate and Land Cover

Participating Countries (9): Argentina (1), Croatia (4), Czech Republic (2), Ethiopia (1), Pakistan (1), Peru (1), Spain (1), Thailand (1), United States of America (12, representing 5 states + Puerto Rico)

Number of Schools: 25

Number of Data Points: 35

March 2012 Great Global Investigation of Climate

Participating Countries (37): Argentina (5), Australia (1), Austria (1), Chile (1), Croatia (56), Cyprus (10), Czech Republic (34), Estonia (6),  Ethiopia (1), Finland (3), France (2), Germany (14), Hungary (3), India (4), Israel (40), Italy (2), Japan (7), Latvia (4), Liechtenstein (1), Lithuania (7), Mali (1), Mexico (2), Netherlands (3), New Zealand (2), Norway (1), Oman (1), Pakistan (1), Poland (31), Republic of Macedonia (4), Saudi Arabia (57), South Korea (1), Spain (28), Switzerland (2), Trinidad and Tobago (2), United Kingdom (3), United States of America (52, representing 27 states + Puerto Rico)

Number of Schools: 394

Number of Data Points: 169,051

January 2012 Climate and Land Cover

Participating Countries (5): Croatia (5), Czech Republic (3), Peru (1), Spain (1), United States of America (6, representing 4 states + Puerto Rico)

Number of Schools: 16

Number of Data Points: 27

December 2011 Great Global Investigation of Climate

Participating Countries (35): Argentina (5), Australia (1), Austria (1), Bahamas (1), Costa Rica (2), Croatia (65), Cyprus (11), Czech Republic (35), Estonia (8), Finland (3), France (1), Germany (14), Hungary (6), India (5), Israel (49), Italy (1), Japan (2), Latvia (4), Liechtenstein (1), Lithuania (6), Mali (1), Mexico (3), Netherlands (4), New Zealand (1), Poland (32), Republic of Macedonia (6), Saudi Arabia (62), South Korea (1), Spain (27), Switzerland (2), Trinidad and Tobago (2), Turkey (1), Ukraine (1), United Kingdom (1), United States (73, representing 30 states + Puerto Rico)

Number of Schools: 447

Number of Data Points: 346,596

October 2011 Climate and Land Cover

Participating Countries (5): Croatia (8), Czech Republic (3), Peru (1), Spain (1), United States of America (11, representing 7 states + Puerto Rico)

Number of Schools: 25

Number of Data Points: 44

September 2011 Great Global Investigation of Climate

Participating Countries (39): Argentina (4), Australia (1), Austria (1), Bahamas (1), Bahrain (1), Canada (1), Chile (1), Costa Rica (1), Croatia (63), Cyprus (3), Czech Republic (33), Ecuador (1), Estonia (10), Ethiopia (1), Finland (3), France (1), Germany (16), Hungary (6), India (2), Israel (10), Italy (1), Japan (10), Latvia (5), Liechtenstein (1), Lithuania (6), Mali (1), Mexico (4), Netherlands (3), New Zealand (1), Poland (29), Republic of Macedonia (3), Saudi Arabia (39), South Korea (2), Spain (17), Switzerland (2), Trinidad and Tobago (2), Ukraine (1), United Kingdom (3), United States (67, representing 27 states + Puerto Rico)

Number of Schools: 357

Number of Data Points: 418,743