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GLOBE Goes to the Amazon
This is Rusty Low, scientist with the GLOBE Observer Science Team, reporting from the Amazon Rainforest in the Tapajós National Forest, Municipality of Belterra, Para, Brazil for the NASA GLOBE Trees Challenge 2022: Trees in a Changing Climate. My co-author for this blog is Erick Luiz Souza Silva. He is a graduate student at the Federal University of Brasilia.  >>

Land Cover Challenge 2022 Summary and Wrap-up
From 26 July to 26 August, we asked our volunteer scientists to use GLOBE Observer to collect observations of land cover, tying in with the 50th anniversary of the Landsat satellite and with a special focus on land cover in a changing climate. And our volunteers delivered! Read about the results of the challenge.  >>

Wait! What is in that Landsat Pixel you just measured?
With the GLOBE Observer (GO) app and a few simple steps you can provide valuable data for our research! After all, it’s only through connecting the space and the ground views that we can verify the areas where we are correct, and pick up on missed areas we map incorrectly.  >>

Results from the Spring 2022 Tree Height and Land Cover Intensive Observation Period
The Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign hosted the Spring 2022 Tree Height and Land Cover Intensive Observation Period (IOP) from 22 April though 22 May 2022.  >>

GLOBE Student Interns Recognized for AGU Scientific Presentations
Two GLOBE students were recently recognized by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) with an Outstanding Student Award for work presented at the Fall AGU Meeting.  >>