Project BudBurst

Image for project. Whether you have an afternoon, a few weeks, a season, or a whole year, you can make an important contribution to better understand changing climates in your area. Our web site provides everything you need to get outside, make observations, and share what you find with others. Sign up and start making Project BudBurst observations today. We are looking forward to learning more about the stories your plants can tell!
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Picture Post

Image for project. Picture Post is a part of the Digital Earth Watch (DEW) network. DEW supports environmental monitoring by citizens, students and community organizations through digital photography and satellite imagery. You can 1) contribute photographs to any Picture Post 2) add your own Picture Post 3) measure environmental change in your neighborhood, and 4) contribute to science networks. Text/image credit: Picture Post
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S'COOL Rover

Image for project.As a roaming S'COOL Cloud Observer, a Rover, you will collect data on cloud type, height, cover and related conditions. Your observations help us to validate satellite data and give us a more complete picture of clouds in the atmosphere and their interactions with other parts of the integrated global Earth system. Observations are sent to NASA for comparison to similar information obtained from satellites. Reports from a wide range of locations are helpful to assess the satellite data under different conditions.
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Project Butterfly Wings

Image for project. WINGS, Winning Investigative Network for Great Science, is a MND partnership between 4-H youth and professional scientists. Participating youth are citizen scientists who collect data on butterflies to help professional scientists determine: The presence or absence of specific butterfly species and the abundance of butterfly species by state and county throughout the country. The information helps butterfly scientists better understand and conserve butterfly populations. Text/image credit: Project Butterfly Wings
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