News - University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus
04/06/2016GLOBE El Niño Field Campaign Participants: New Blogs and Numerous Resources Await You!
Have you read the latest El Niño Field Campaign blog, “An El Niño Connection, U.S. to Peru and Back,” by Peter C. Falcon? How about Kristen Weaver’s latest blog, “Why do Raindrop Sizes Matter in Storms?” >>
04/06/2016GLOBE Teacher’s Guide Search Tool – Searching Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: GLOBE teachers – did you know that there is a quick and easy “Teacher’s Guide Search Tool” available? There is! You can filter your search for keywords and narrow down your search to a particular investigation area using the search filter. >>
04/05/2016Participating in the GLOBE El Niño Field Campaign? Register as a Campaign Member Today for Personalized Attention
The El Niño Field Campaign Team would like to request that anyone participating in the El Niño Field Campaign register as a campaign member. This will allow the El Niño Field Campaign Team to know who is participating in the campaign, and allow them to reach out directly to campaign members. El Niño Field Campaign Members can also contact the El Niño Field Campaign Team with questions, issues, concern, news, etc. Please register as an El Niño Field Campaign Member today. >>
04/05/2016How Do SMAP Scientists Use the Freeze/Thaw Product to Study the Carbon Cycle? Read the Latest Blog and Find Out!
Did you know that the freezing and thawing of our planet's soil can make a big impact on our climate? Read the latest blog, “SMAP Scientist Blog: Dr. Erika Podest, SMAP Scientist, Explains How SMAP Scientists USE the Freeze/Thaw Product to Study the Carbon Cycle!” and see just how important this is. >>
04/01/2016Register Now for Wednesday’s (06 April) GLOBE El Niño Field Campaign Webinar: “Surface Temperature and Soil Temperature”
There’s still time to register for the 06 April GLOBE El Niño Field Campaign Webinar: “Surface Temperature and Soil Temperature.” This webinar will begin at 8:00 p.m. EDT (12 a.m. 07 April UTC). >>
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