The NASA GLOBE Cloud Challenge 2022: Clouds in a Changing Climate (15 Jan – 15 Feb 2022) asked citizen scientists around the world to submit cloud observations through The GLOBE Program. Citizen scientists can submit observations through the program’s GLOBE Observer app. Volunteers could even participate from home by […]
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- “Does climate affect how a mosquito acts?”
- “If a mosquito from one zone is moved to another, will the eggs adapt?”
- “Would a mosquito from Puerto Rico last in Alaska?”
- “Why didn’t mosquitoes go extinct with the dinosaurs?”
Students from Delta Junction, Alaska, had many insightful questions to ask […]
Inês Mauad, GLOBE science teacher (and GLOBE Master Trainer) is working to help her students become “trained observers” and “mosquito hunters” using the GLOBE Mosquito Habitat Mapper (MHM) app – an effort that has helped them remain at the highest level of data collectors.
Who on Earth would’ve imagined this time last year that we’d be holding our GLOBE 2020 Community Cloud Challenge in the midst of a global pandemic?
Certainly not us, but here we are, wrapping up our third challenge since 2018. We did things a little differently this year, of course, […]
During summer 2020, NESEC partnered with the Texas Space Grant Consortium at the University of Texas, Austin, to offer a safe virtual summer internship experience for 114 rising high school juniors and seniors from 22 states, PR, and APO (Germany).
The Mosquito Mappers were one cohort of the larger NASA […]