Ask a @NOAA scientist! An offer to each #GeographyTeacher and their students to ask questions of some of the world’s leading scientists based at @NOAA_ESRL – Check it out!
I’m about to log off for the last time & pack up my things. My 2 months at NOAA was too brief!
NOAA’s carbon cycle monitoring network is global, showcasing a range of landscapes. Here are some of my favourites.
Today I started as an ‘affiliate’ at the National Oceanographic & Atmosphere Administration’s Earth System Research Laboratory (NOAA ESRL). My first day saw quite wet and cold weather conditions. And the mountains, just to the west, saw the first real snow fall this year. I was told that it was a little unusual for this … Continue reading NOAA and the floods…
To what extent was the Bridger Foothills Fire due to climate change? Read how Montana’s climate is expected to change and what this may mean for drought and fire risk.
Collaborations and partnerships Kit Rackley is an amazing educator. Kit’s connection to kids and teenagers is evident immediately. Kit also has immense knowledge and enthusiasm for the subject matter of geography in all its forms, from weather to climate to landforms to field research. Kit is such a pleasure to work with, their passion always … Continue reading Carolyn Szoke
Last update: 11th November 2020 Take time and enjoy browsing my video catelogue below. Videos are all free to view. Some captions under the videos have clickable links, which will take you to a page or blog post giving you more information, ideas, links, references and related resources. Videos are all free to view, but … Continue reading Videos 📹
#GeographyTeacher #DecadeInReview 2010-19 (Pt 2) – Nos 5 to 1 in my top-ten run-down of noteworthy ‘geographical’ items of the past decade. Ft. @StrikeClimate @BirdgirlUK @BBCWorld #DigitalPlanet @Gapminder @MetOffice @ClimateSignals
Reflections on an incredible year and a personal journey. Happy Holidays to you all! Features @exploratorium, @AssignedMale, @RileyJayDennis, @gaytascience
Climate scientists report that now ‘a half’ is more important than ever, not to be done by halves. Sustainable development, particular energy, has a large role to play. Featuring @WEMCouncil, @IPCC_CH, @ConnectSDGs, @TheEnergyMix #icem2019denmark