Category Archives: GLOBE Protocols

A new location for mosquito research: Europe

Students from countries in the Tropics, from Thailand, Madagascar and Benin, to the United States have looked at mosquitoes and their connection to climate change.  GLOBE International Scientist Network members Dr. Krisanadej Jaroensutasinee and Dr. Mullica Jaroensutasinee presented their research on mosquitoes … Continue reading

Posted in Atmosphere, Europe and Eurasia, General Science | 2 Comments

From Lake Superior to the Mississippi River – a renewed commitment to fresh water

This week we are beginning our Full Length Mississippi series, and we will team back up with Mike Link and Kate Crowley.  Link and Crowley highlighted pieces of their Full Circle Superior journey with the GLOBE Scientists’ Blog last year … Continue reading

Posted in General Science, Hydrology, Watersheds | Leave a comment

Connecting pollutants and air temperature in the Maldives

With climate change, there are many relationships that are understood, and many others that are not.  Dr. Veerabhadran Ramanathan from The Scripps Institute in San Diego has spent the last fifteen years in the Maldives, a nation south of India that … Continue reading

Posted in Air Temperature, Asia and Pacific, Atmosphere, Carbon, Climate, Climate Change, Earth System Science, General Science, Great Global Investigation of Climate | 3 Comments

Capturing Plant Green-Up Through Your Lens

This week we have a guest blogger, Jessica Taylor. Jessica has been active as a GLOBE observer and trainer since 2001 and is a Master Trainer at NASA Langley Research Center. She conducts regular GLOBE Teacher Workshops in the areas … Continue reading

Posted in Earth as a System, General Science, GLOBE Protocols | 1 Comment

An interesting relationship: soil temperature and climate change

It seems common place that warmer air temperature leads to warmer soil temperature. And while this relationship seems intuitive, the effect isn’t always studied, especially with respect to the response from microorganisms. That is why researchers are investigating what happens … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon, Climate, Climate Change, Earth System Science, General Science, Soil | 2 Comments