Ask a NOAA scientist!

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!

We are tied to the Ocean

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’?! What a load of hot air…

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

“Open your eyes and then, open your eyes again”

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 [Plastic] Planet II

Blue Planet II is awe-inspiring and a wake-up call. But, there are resources at hand.

From Pole to Pole (Part 2)

Part 2 about the poles, including a visit to a lab that works on polar ice and a letter from a friend in Antarctica!

Postcards from a NOAA network

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…”

โ€œWhat gets us into trouble is not what we don't know. It's what we know for sure that just ain't so.โ€ Mark Twain's quote perfectly sums up why we need to trust in the scientific process. After all, it gives us so much.

Varsity red-white and blue

Finally, I brush off those images of US high-schools from 90s popular TV/movie culture and go visit one for myself!