Category: St. George’s School poster project

Colombian Students Shine Spotlight on Societal Benefit Areas

St. George’s School in Bogotá, Colombia logo
St. George’s School in Bogotá, Colombia logoThe Earth Observation Poster Project at St. George’s School in Bogotá, Colombia, began as an in-depth reading initiative with the idea of having 11th grade students (the final year of high school) read about Earth observation technology and participate in an online videoconference with Earthzine Editor-in-Chief Paul Racette to enhance their reading experience.

How can satellite images help predict the future arrival of the “La Niña” phenomenon?

GEOSS SBA Weather logoIn the past two years, the central and southern region of the Americas has suffered the worst La Niña phenomenon in its history. Damages caused by these events are still visible.

How does El Niño affect the climate in Colombia?

GEOSS CLimate logoStudents conduct an analysis of the current social and economic effects of the “El Niño” phenomenon in Colombia, including satellite images of different climate elements affected by this phenomenon.

How can satellite images and other technologies used in information collection on the southern coast of the United States help predict the future arrival of the “La Niña” phenomenon?

SGS Earth Observation weather theme poster

GEOSS SBA Weather logoIn the past two years, the central and southern region of the Americas has suffered the worst La Niña phenomenon in its history. Damages caused by these events are still visible.

Why has the Amazon, the “Earth’s lung,” become a major source of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, particularly between 2008 and 2012?

SGS Earth Observation project Ecosystems theme poster

GEOSS SBA Ecosystems logoResearchers explore why the Amazon – “Earth’s lung” – has become a major source of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions in recent years. How can this be happening in the Amazon, which is a main source of oxygen?

How can Earth observation help us analyze the impact of a hurricane?

SGS Earth Observation Disaster themed poster

GEOSS SBA Disasters logoIt is important for people to be aware of the natural disasters they might face in order to respond and avoid major consequences. It is necessary to have correct information to analyze the impact of a disaster, in this case, a hurricane.

Why has the Amazon, the “Earth’s lung,” become a major source of greenhouse gases?

GEOSS SBA Ecosystems logoResearchers explore why the Amazon – “Earth’s lung” – has become a major source of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions in recent years. How can this be happening in the Amazon, which is a main source of oxygen?