Laboratory’s involvement in scientific research has become a means of encouraging curiosity and greater understanding of science while providing an unprecedented engagement between professional scientists and the general public.
The Globe Program® promotes full and open sharing of its data for educational and scientific purposes. Citizens and scientists are working together collecting data to investigate how the Earth function as a system. ~/tinycore.lab is interested in take measurements of environment and biodiversity on mt. Olympus National Park and explore alpine ecosystem’s complexity.
You’re always welcome to participate and contribute as a citizen scientist, educator, student or STEM professional to take part in a dynamic Earth science research mission. Find a Globe Team or join us! If you want to contribute, set up your account by becoming a member, complete in-person and/or e-training and contact us to get your referral code!
|Introduction to GLOBE||n/a||14.03.20|
|Introduction to Atmosphere||Atmosphere||22.03.20|
|Introduction to Hydrosphere||Hydrosphere||15.04.20|
[Laboratory’s Instrument shelter which is used in atmosphere’s measurements]