Posts Tagged ‘education’

Earth Observations Outlook 2016: Earth Science Week

Earth Science Week 2016 highlights awareness of global geoheritage.

The Quill Blog: Get Ready, Get Set, Get Writing!

Earthzine launched its first Writing Club in an effort to support emerging science writers and students who are passionate about communicating the complexities of the world around us. These are their stories.

A Colorful Approach to Investigating the Red Sea: LearnEO! Offers a Lesson Plan to Map Phytoplankton Phenology

An online educational tool called Learn EO! works to provide information and training to help put remote sensing data to use in the Red Sea region.

A Web-based Lesson on Ocean-Color Observations in the Red Sea: Phytoplankton Phenological Indices and Their Importance for Coral Reef Biology

A Web-based lesson called LearnEO! uses ocean color images to quantify phytoplankton seasonality and help us understand the functioning of coral reef ecosystems. Coral reefs are among the most biologically diverse ecosystems on Earth. They occupy less than 0.1 percent of the world’s ocean surface, and yet they host 25 percent of all the marine […]

Water on Our Planet: Colombian Students Learn About Sources, Distribution and Threats

Colombian student research in Earth observations leads to poster session, suggest resource management improvements. For the fourth year in a row, senior students at St. George’s School in Bogotá, Colombia, have participated in “Earth Observation: Science From Another Perspective,” a project focusing on using satellite images to support research on questions based on one of nine Societal Benefit Areas. This […]