Senior students at St. George’s School in Bogotá, Colombia, have continued taking on the challenge of researching Societal Benefit Areas and creating posters to highlight satellite images and research for a project called “Earth Observation: Science From Another Perspective.”
By Alejandra Arango, Juan Pablo Coronado, Gabriela Garavito, Isabella García, Andrés Muñoz, Juliana Sánchez Editor’s note: This poster is one of three selected from projects done by senior students at St. George’s School in Bogotá, Colombia. This investigation encompasses the impact of a warming Arctic on the life of the Svalbardian polar bear. Evidenced are the coerced alterations to the migratory, nutritional … Read More
ByåÊSofÌ_a CortÌ©s TascÌ_n, Juanita Rivera Mera, MarÌ_a Alejandra Santana JimÌ©nez, Mariana Guevara HernÌÁndez, NicolÌÁs VÌÁsquez GuzmÌÁn, Juan SebastiÌÁn Giraldo RodrÌ_guez, Santiago Torres Paz Editor’s note:åÊThis poster is one of three selected from projects done by senioråÊstudents at St. George’s School in BogotÌÁ, Colombia. The desiccation of the Aral Sea is considered one of the greatest episodes of desertification of freshwater … Read More
The issues treated throughout the investigation root from the eminent danger of global warming, and analyses of several aspects of it, such as the loss of the polar ice caps, coastline erosion, and the changes in precipitation indexes. Then, the project focuses on the consequences inflicted on leatherback sea turtles (Dermochelys Coriacea) by the major changes on their environment.
Since 2012, senior students at St. George’s School in BogotÌÁ, Colombia, have participated in a team project called ÛÏEarth Observation: Science From Another Perspective.Û This year’s 88 students, working together in 12 teams, researched questions related to climate, one of the nine Societal Benefit Areas.
Scientific posters on Ecosystems, one of the Societal Benefit Areas from the Global Earth Observation System of Systems, are featured here. The posters were created by high school-aged students at St. George’s School in Bogotá, Colombia, as part of a literature review project to identify an ecosystem somewhere in the world with a current problem that could be addressed through Earth observation tools and technology.
Por segundo año consecutivo, estudiantes de último año del Colegio San Jorge de Inglaterra en Bogotá, Colombia, han participado en el proyecto llamado “Observación de la Tierra: Ciencia desde otra perspectiva.” Todos los cincuenta y cinco estudiantes, organizados en nueve grupos, se enfocaron en los Ecosistemas, que es una de las Áreas de Beneficio Social. El resultado de esta propuesta … Read More