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!
The @exploratorium has a strong partnership with NOAA et al, but an even stronger relationship with the ocean. It's something we should all aspire to. Features: @saildrone, @NOAA_OMAO, @oceanexplorer, @Crey_Crey_
The 'Beast from the East' has its snowy, icy chaotic origins from a surprising source: too much heat. Featuring: @metoffice, metofficeUK, @ZLabe, @windyforecast, @beourguest, @alexdeakin
Exponential growths simply cannot continue, and for population growth, it won't... Featuring: @exploratorium, @ronhip, @gapminder, @AMNH, @PopnMatters
The @exploratorium's Observatory has that 'hidden treasure' feel about it, but each time you visit and open you eyes, the more wondrous it becomes.
Blue Planet II is awe-inspiring and a wake-up call. But, there are resources at hand.
Part 2 about the poles, including a visit to a lab that works on polar ice and a letter from a friend in Antarctica!
NOAA's carbon cycle monitoring network is global, showcasing a range of landscapes. Here are some of my favourites.
“What gets us into trouble is not what we don't know. It's what we know for sure that just ain't so.” Mark Twain's quote perfectly sums up why we need to trust in the scientific process. After all, it gives us so much.
Finally, I brush off those images of US high-schools from 90s popular TV/movie culture and go visit one for myself!