Publications and Presentations

The publications and presentations listed below are related to the types of data collected by the GLOBE Observer app (Clouds, Mosquito Habitat Mapper, Land Cover, Trees and the temporary Eclipse tool), or the app generally. A full list of publications related to the GLOBE Program can be found here.

 

Publications

Connecting a Community of Observers Directly to NASA Satellites

L. Hayden, J. Taylor and M. Colon Robles, (2019). GLOBE: Connecting a Community of Observers Directly to NASA Satellites. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Magazine, 7(1), 98-99. doi:10.1109/MGRS.2019.2891930


How Cool Was the Eclipse? Collecting Earth Science Data With Citizen Scientists and GLOBE Observer

Weaver, K., Kohl, H., Martin, A., & Burdick, A. (2019). How Cool Was the Eclipse? Collecting Earth Science Data With Citizen Scientists and GLOBE Observer. In S.R. Buxner, L. Shore, & J.B. Jensen (Eds.), Celebrating the 2017 Great American Eclipse: Lessons Learned from the Path of Totality (pp. 511-524). San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series.


Validation of GLOBE Citizen Science Air Temperature Observations Using Data from the Great American Solar Eclipse

Rahman, I. u., Czajkowski, K., Jiang, Y., & Weaver, K. (2019). Validation of GLOBE Citizen Science Air Temperature Observations Using Data from the Great American Solar Eclipse. In S.R. Buxner, L. Shore, & J.B. Jensen (Eds.), Celebrating the 2017 Great American Eclipse: Lessons Learned from the Path of Totality (pp. 501-509). San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series.


CERES S’COOL Project Update: The Evolution and Value of a Long-Running Education Project with a Foundation in NASA Earth Science Missions

Chambers, L.H., M.A. McKeown, S.A. McCrea, A.M. Martin, T.M. Rogerson, and K.M. Bedka, (2017) CERES S’COOL Project Update: The Evolution and Value of a Long-Running Education Project with a Foundation in NASA Earth Science Missions. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 98, 473–483.


Validation of the MODIS snow product and cloud mask using student and NWS cooperative station observations in the Lower Great Lakes Region

Ault, T. W., Czajkowski, K. P., Benko, T., Coss, J., Struble, J., Spongberg, A., … Gross, C. (2006). Validation of the MODIS snow product and cloud mask using student and NWS cooperative station observations in the Lower Great Lakes Region. Remote Sensing of Environment, 105(4), 341–353.


The CERES S'COOL Project

Chambers, L.H., D.F. Young, P.K. Costulis, P.T. Detweiler, J.D. Fischer, R. Sepulveda, D.B. Stoddard, and A. Falcone, (2003). The CERES S'COOL Project. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 84, 759–766.


Presentations

2019

Clouds and Contrails: Citizen Science Observations Collocated to Satellite Data

J.B. Dodson, M. Colón Robles, J.E. Taylor, H.M. Amos, and T.M. Rogerson (2019 May). Clouds and Contrails: Citizen Science Observations Collocated to Satellite Data. Oral presentation at the 31st CERES-II Science Team Meeting, Hampton, VA.

GLOBE Observer: Earth Science in the Palm of Your Hand

Brown de Colstoun, E. (NASA/GSFC), Nelson, P. (OSU), Weaver, K. (SSAI/GSFC), Kohl, H. (SSAI/GSFC), Overoye, D. (SSAI) Schwerin, T. (IGES). (2019 April). GLOBE Observer: Earth Science in the Palm of Your Hand. Poster presentation at the NASA Land Cover and Land-Use Change Program Spring Science Team Meeting, Rockville, MD.

Effect of The Great American Solar Eclipse on Local Weather

Rahman, I., Czaijkowsi, K., Jiang, Y., and Weaver, K. (2019 April). Effect of The Great American Solar Eclipse on Local Weather: A Study on The GLOBE Citizen Science Data Set. Oral presentation at American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

Mosquitoes and Public Health: Improving Data Validation of Citizen Science Contributions Using Artificial Intelligence

Rebecca Boger, Russanne Low, Pablo Munoz. (2019 March). Mosquitoes and Public Health: Improving Data Validation of Citizen Science Contributions Using Artificial Intelligence. Poster presentation at the Citizen Science Association Annual Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina.

GLOBE Observer Going Beyond Data Collection

Kristen Weaver, Holli Kohl, Helen Amos. (2019 March). GLOBE Observer: Going Beyond Data Collection. Oral presentation at the Citizen Science Association Annual Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Engaging Citizen Scientists Through the GLOBE Urban Heat Island Effect Campaign

Kevin Czajkowski, Gitte Venicx, Janet Struble. (2019 March). Engaging Citizen Scientists Through the GLOBE Urban Heat Island Effect Campaign. Oral presentation at the Citizen Science Association Annual Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Citizen Science as an Authentic Science Experience in Informal Education Settings

Holli Kohl, Heather Fischer, Heather Mortimer, Theresa Schwerin. (2019 March). Citizen Science as an Authentic Science Experience in Informal Education Settings. Poster presentation at the Citizen Science Association Annual Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Building a Global Mosquito Citizen Science Consortium

Rebecca Boger, Jessie Oliver, Mendel Wong, Russanne Low, Durrell Kapan, Anne Bowser. (2019 March). Building a Global Mosquito Citizen Science Consortium: Bringing Together Diverse Perspectives for Common Goals. Panel Session at the Citizen Science Association Annual Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Are Photos Data

Holli Kohl, Fraser Shilling, Carrie Seltzer, Jon Van Oast, Julia Kumari Drapkin, Laura Trouille. (2019 March). Are Photos Data? Panel Session at the Citizen Science Association Annual Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Why do Volunteers drop out of Citizen Science Programs

Heather Fischer, Martin Storksdieck, Holli Kohl, Peder Nelson. (2019 March). Nibble and Drop: Why do Volunteers drop out of Citizen Science Programs? Oral presentation at the Citizen Science Association Annual Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina.

2018

Quantifying the Meteorological Effects of the 2017 Great American Solar Eclipse Using Citizen Scientist Observations

Brant Dodson, J., Colon-Robles, M., Cruickshank DeFontes, C., Taylor, J., & Weaver, K. (2018, December). Quantifying the Meteorological Effects of the 2017 Great American Solar Eclipse Using Citizen Scientist Observations. Poster presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Washington, DC.

The Rapidly Changing Landscape of Geohealth

Schwerin, T. Nelson, P., Paull, S., & Low, R. (2018, December). Environment, Health, and Infectious Disease: The Rapidly Changing Landscape of Geohealth. Session convened at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Washington, DC.

World Watching Thing

Low, R., & Gardiner, L. (2018, December). World Watching Thing: Find the Grow Up Places of Babies of Tiny Flying Animals That Bite, Using the Phone That You Take With You All the Time. Oral presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Washington, DC.

Earth Science for the Next Eclipse

Weaver, K., & Taylor, J.; (2018, December). Earth Science for the Next Eclipse: Citizen Science via NASA’s GLOBE Observer App. Oral presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Washington, DC.

Citizen Scientists as Community Agents of Change

Low, R. (2018, December). Citizen Scientists as Community Agents of Change: GLOBE Observer Mosquito Habitat Mapper. Oral presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Washington, DC.

Earth Science in the Palm of Your Hand

Weaver, K., & Soeffing, C. (2018, December). GLOBE Observer: Earth Science in the Palm of Your Hand. Poster presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Washington, DC.

Citizen science cloud observations compared to near ground cloud observations from CALIPSO and MODIS satellite data over the Drake Passage

Colon-Robles, R., Farmer, L., Brant Dodson, J., Lucas Tackett, J., Cruickshank DeFontes, C., Ivey, K., Rogerson, T., & Taylor, J. (2018, December). Citizen science cloud observations compared to near ground cloud observations from CALIPSO and MODIS satellite data over the Drake Passage. Oral presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Washington, DC.

2017

Capitalizing on citizen science data for validating models and generating hypotheses describing meteorological drivers of mosquito borne disease risk

Boger, R., Low, R., Paull, S., Anyamba, A., & Soebiyanto, R. (2017, December). Capitalizing on citizen science data for validating models and generating hypotheses describing meteorological drivers of mosquito-borne disease risk. Oral presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Citizen Science in Libraries

Schwerin, T., Riebeek Kohl, H., Dusenbery, P., LaConte, K., Taylor, J., Weaver, K., & Janney, D. (2017, December). Citizen Science in Libraries: Results and Insights from a Unique NASA Collaboration. Oral presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Engaging Citizen Scientists across North America to Monitor Eclipse Driven Environmental Change through NASA GLOBE Observer

Riebeek Kohl, H., Weaver, K., Overoye, D., Martin, A., & Andersen, T. (2017, December). Engaging Citizen Scientists across North America to Monitor Eclipse-driven Environmental Change through NASA GLOBE Observer, Results and Lessons Learned. Oral presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

GLOBE Observer Earth Science in the Palm of Your Hand

Weaver, K., & Riebeek Kohl, H. (2017, December). GLOBE Observer: Earth Science in the Palm of Your Hand. Poster presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

GLOBE Observer Mosquito Habitat Mapper Geoscience and Public Health Connections

Low, R., & Boger, R. (2017, December). GLOBE Observer Mosquito Habitat Mapper: Geoscience and Public Health Connections. Poster presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

How Cool Was the Eclipse

Weaver, K., & Riebeek Kohl, H. (2017, December). How Cool was the Eclipse? Atmospheric Measurements and Citizen Science via NASA’s GLOBE Observer. Oral presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Live Storybook Outcomes of pilot multidisciplinary elementary earth science collaborative project

Soeffing, S., & Pierson, R. (2017, December). Live Storybook Outcomes of pilot multidisciplinary elementary earth science collaborative project. Oral presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Mitigating Mosquito Disease Vectors with Citizen Science

Riebeek Kohl, H., Low, R., Boger, R., Schwerin, T., & Janney, D. (2017, December). Mitigating Mosquito Disease Vectors with Citizen Science: a Review of the GLOBE Observer Mosquito Habitat Mapper Pilot and Implications for Wide-scale Implementation. Oral presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA.