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GLOBE Observer Connect: 25 April 2024
Please join us for GLOBE Observer Connect on 25 April at 12:00 pm ET (16:00 UTC) featuring you. We want to hear about your experiences with GLOBE Eclipse!  >>

GLOBE Observer Connect: 02 April 2024
The 8 April total solar eclipse is nearly here! Are you ready? Marilé Colón Robles and Kristen Weaver are available live at 12 p.m. ET on 2 April for final questions before the eclipse.  >>

GLOBE Observer Connect: March 2024
Join us on 21 March to learn from Marilé Colón Robles about cloud formation and how the total solar eclipse may have an impact on those processes, and from Ashlee Autore about her analysis of cloud observations during the annular eclipse on 14 October 2023, and what she hopes to explore with further data from the total solar eclipse on 08 April.  >>

GLOBE Mission Mosquito Webinar: Learning with Open Science Collaboration Tools
Join the GLOBE Mission Mosquito and Land Cover team for a professional development webinar to explore how open science collaboration tools empower students to tackle real-world challenges alongside a worldwide network of researchers.  >>

NASA Eclipse Soundscapes Training
How does life on Earth, specifically wildlife, respond to solar eclipses? You can volunteer with NASA Eclipse Soundscapes to help answer that question. To learn how, attend a virtual training on 18 or 20 March.  >>

GLOBE Observer Connect February 2024
Join Brian Campbell on 8 February to discuss the results of the 2023 Moon Trees Quest.  >>

System Downtime 26 January through 28 January
The GLOBE database and GLOBE and Observer websites will be down for an update starting 26 January at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT (00:00 UTC on 27 Jan.) through 28 January at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT (22:00 UTC).  >>

GLOBE Observer Connect: January 2024
In our monthly GLOBE Observer Connect session, you will have the opportunity to listen to high school students from the NASA STEM Enhancement in Earth Systems (SEES) program describe the GLOBE-related projects they presented at the recent American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting and be able ask them questions about using GLOBE citizen science data in their research.  >>

Webinar: The State of Trees - Revisiting the Miyawaki Forests
The first Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign of calendar year 2024 will be  a revisit to the Miyawaki Forests from our December 5, 2023, webinar. Peder Nelson will discuss how NASA and GLOBE data can help in tracking Miyawaki Forests through biomass and carbon sequestration calculations.  >>

Webinar: Ground Photos to Global Impact - Open Science, GLOBE Observer and You
In this webinar from GLOBE Mission Mosquito, learn how your smartphone photos of mosquitoes and their habitats can contribute to crucial scientific research on climate change and vector-borne diseases. You can also discover the exciting world of Open Science, an initiative to make scientific research accessible and collaborative, and dive deeper into NASA's Transform to Open Science program @DoNasaScience and uncover how your contributions can have a global impact.  >>