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01/13/2022NASA Langley Features the Cloud Challenge: Clouds in a Changing Climate
During this year's challenge, which runs 15 January through 15 February, GLOBE is asking you to observe clouds in two ways. Make sure to consider the following: How do the clouds above your head connect to what's happening on a global scale? >>
01/05/2022Free and Open to the Public -- Webinars for the NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge 2022: Clouds in a Changing Climate
Make plans to attend one of the following information and training opportunities as part of the NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge 2022: Clouds in a Changing Climate. >>
07/13/2021Big Changes to GLOBE Observer and GLOBE’s Data Entry System are Now Here!
We’re happy to announce that a long-term project has come to conclusion. Monday, 12 July marked the release of a number of changes and additions to the GLOBE Observer app. >>
03/26/2019Help NASA Measure Trees with Your Smartphone
Healthy forests play a crucial role in Earth’s ecosystem as growing trees take up carbon from the atmosphere. NASA satellites and airborne missions study forests to see how carbon moves through ecosystems – and now citizen scientists can help investigate this key question as well by using their smartphone to measure tree height. >>
07/21/2017NASA Invites You to Become a Citizen Scientist During US Total Solar Eclipse
The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment, or GLOBE, Program is a NASA-supported research and education program that encourages students and citizen scientists to collect and analyze environmental observations. GLOBE Observer is a free, easy-to-use app that guides citizen scientists through data collection. >>
04/27/2014SciGirls: Science for Girls!
SciGirls, largely funded by the National Science Foundation, has developed a series of public television programs highlighting the processes of science and engineering and offers girls a glimpse of exciting STEM career possibilities. Find links to the programs here. >>