GLOBE Annual2004

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Jessica Robin1, Elissa Levine1, Susan Riha2 and Jeff Melkonian2 1 NASA/GSFC Biospheric Branch, Greenbelt, MD 2 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY INTEGRATING GLOBE MEASUREMENTS WITH BASIC GAPS TO UNDERSTAND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE

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Source: Paul Houser and Adam Schlosser, NASA, GSFC

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Hydrology Site School Weather Site Biology Site Land Cover Sites Soil Moisture Site Soil Characterization GLOBE SCHOOL STUDY SITE RS-Vis_5: Image from Univ. New Hampshire GLOBE site Reynolds Junior and Senior High School, Greenville, Pennsylvania, USA Latitude: 41.3393º N Longitude: 80.3955º W Elevation: 350 meters

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Objective: To determine whether GLOBE student data and remotely sensed data were sufficient to initialize, drive and provide accurate results for the GAPS model? Utilizing GLOBE Student Data and Satellite Imagery to Model Soil Dynamics Jessica Robin, Elissa Levine and Susan Riha

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NDVI SIMULATION NORTHEAST USA

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NDVI and Simulated Transpiration for Reynolds Site

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SOIL FIELD MEASUREMENTS

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INPUT SOIL PARAMETERS

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INPUT VEGETATION AND SLOPE

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PHENOLOGY FIELD MEASUREMENTS

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INPUT PHENOLOGY PARAMETERS

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CLIMATE FIELD MEASUREMENTS

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INPUT CLIMATE INFORMATION

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Objectives: (1) to investigate the relationship between soil water content, weather, and land cover types; and ( 2) to validate model simulations of soil moisture from Basic GAPS Reasons for Changes in Soil Water Content Sven-Erik Enno and Kaupo Mandla Türi Gymnasium, Tyri, Estonia

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Climate and Soil Moisture Measurements May through October 2003 Hay Field Sites Forest Site All Sites

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Simulated and Measured Soil Moisture (10 cm) May through October 2003

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FINAL PROJECT http://rubiin.physic.ut.ee/~kikas/

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Scenario: What would happen to the water cycle in a temperate deciduous forest if the daily maximum temperature increased? Utilizing GLOBE Student Data to Model the Effects of Climate Change Katie Lerner Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Maryland, USA

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Latitude: 43.2245º N Longitude: 74.1755 W Elevation: 282 meters

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Simulations based on 1999 Climate Data

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SIMULATIONS (1999)

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FINAL PROJECT

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Katie Lerner, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Maryland, USA Sven-Erik Enno and Kaupo Mandla, Türi Gymnasium, Tyri, Estonia Northville Central School Students and Marcia Craft (Teacher) Dr. Jeff Melkonian, Cornell University Dr. Susan Riha, Cornell University Dr. Elissa Levine, NASA/GSFC

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