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06/12/2019Participating in Trees Around the GLOBE Campaign? Read this Blog: “ICESat-2 Tree Height Data is Now Available...BUT”
Are you participating in the Trees Around the GLOBE Campaign? Then you may want to read the latest GLOBE Community Blog, ““ICESat-2 Tree Height Data is Now Available...BUT,” written by Brian Campbell, NASA Senior Earth Science Education Specialist. >>
06/11/2019NOAA’s Adopt a Drifter Program Engages Schools in Ocean Climate Science – Adopt a Drifter Today!
The mission of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA’s) Adopt a Drifter Program (ADP) is to establish scientific partnerships between schools around the world and to engage students in activities and communication about ocean climate science. GLOBE schools are invited to adopt a drifter today! >>
06/11/2019GLOBE Community: How Does GLOBE Data Help Scientists? Check Out New NASA GLOBE Clouds Document and Find Out!
Tip of the Week: Have you wondered how the GLOBE Clouds team at NASA Langley matches your cloud observations to satellite data? As Marile Colon Robles noted in her recent Community Blog, a new release entitled: "NASA GLOBE Clouds: Documentation on How Satellite Data is Collocated to Ground Cloud Observations" is now available. >>
06/07/2019GLOBE Zika Education and Prevention Project Update
The Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) Region continues to demonstrate strong regional collaboration in the GLOBE Zika Education and Prevention Project. On 03 May, Colombia, Brazil, and Peru organized a “Triple Frontier” Country Mosquito Training (CMT) in Leticia, Colombia. >>
06/06/2019GLOBE Congratulates Top May 2019 Trees Around the GLOBE Campaign Measurement Champions
The Globe Program would like to congratulate the top most active Trees Around the Globe Student Research Campaign participants taking at least 10 measurements for tree height, greenings, and land cover measurements for the campaign in May! >>
06/06/201906 June: South American Eclipse 2019 Webinar: “How Cool is the Eclipse? Collect Data with GLOBE”
On Thursday, 06 June (9:30 a.m. EDT/13:30 UTC), the webinar “How Cool is the Eclipse? Collect Data with GLOBE” will be presented. This is Webinar #2 in a series of webinars that are intended for GLOBE teachers and students in South America (especially Argentina and Chile; however, they are open to anyone who is interested) to learn about eclipses, to prepare to collect GLOBE data, and to get some tips for analyzing the data they collect. The webinars will be held in Spanish. >>
06/05/2019Today (05 June): GLOBE Mission Mosquito Education Webinar #8: “Check Out the Buzz”
Educators – Join the GLOBE Mission Mosquito (GMM) Field Measurement Campaign Webinar #8 “Check Out the Buzz” on Wednesday, 05 June, at 2:00 p.m. ET. >>
06/05/2019Recent New York Academy of Sciences Article, “Wisdom of the Crowd: Citizen Science in the Digital Age” Highlights GLOBE’s Enduring Efforts
A recent article published by The New York Academy of Science (NYAS), “Wisdom of the Crowd: Citizen Science in the Digital Age,” highlights The GLOBE Program and the enduring value of the program’s data-collection efforts. >>
06/04/2019Thirteen Countries Celebrate Anniversary with The GLOBE Program in June
Congratulations to the 13 GLOBE countries celebrating anniversaries of successful GLOBE implementation during the month of June. >>
06/03/2019GLOBE Community: What Are GLOBE’s Impacts Around the World? Find Out!
Tip of the Week: Did you know that you the international GLOBE network has grown to include representatives from over 121 participating countries and over 131 U.S. Partners coordinating GLOBE activities that are integrated into their local and regional communities? How about the fact that GLOBE students have contributed over 167 million measurements to the GLOBE database for use in their inquiry-based science projects? >>
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