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Science Update: NOAA - Observing and Understanding Earth Systems, 11/3/2022 - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah
01:17:08
I’m Sarah from Pittsburgh, teaching 7/8 science
Lauer
01:17:26
Eastern shore Md. high school
Jenna Montrose
01:17:33
Student teacher! Getting a certificate to teach middle school science
Megan Crane
01:17:34
I have to have some type of certificate afterwards. I am sure someone will tell me how to get this.
Toni Bush
01:17:42
Hello everyone, My name is Toni, Senior at Brenau University, Elementary Education.
Mary Lynn
01:17:55
Sanford FL, K-5 STEM Resource Teacher
Megan Crane
01:18:01
Hi Toni!!
Casey McGill
01:18:06
Hello Toni, me too.
Marissa Murdock
01:18:14
Marissa Murdock, Conyers GA, Secondary Science Coach
Megan Crane
01:18:15
Hey Casey, me too!
Gabriel
01:18:34
Hello from Jefferson City MO!
haley kidwell
01:18:44
Hello from Houston!
Barbara Walker
01:19:01
Megan - At the end you will need to complete a survey. Then the certificate will be emailed to you. They will explain it later also.
Megan Crane
01:19:36
Thank you so much! Putting toddlers to bed, I missed that part. Appreciate your response.
kierra.daniel
01:19:58
Hell Everyone, I'm Kierra and I'm a Junior at Brenau University, Studying Elementary Education!
Jason Tout
01:20:02
Hello from Cleveland, OH
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:20:06
Welcome everyone to today's Science Update
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:21:13
You are listening to today's presenter: Rafael de Ameller, NOAA
Molli Stevens
01:21:16
Hello Everyone! I am a sophomore studying elementary education and the University of North Georgia
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:21:50
I like the cards
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:22:22
https://www.noaa.gov/education/news/spread-love-with-noaa-educations-printable-valentines
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:22:36
Thanks Bruce for sharing the link
grubic
01:22:41
Hello everybody - Glenn Rubic Woodstock Day School. Earth and Environmental Science Educations Specialist
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:23:34
Lagrange points
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:24:11
Lagrange points are positions in space where objects sent there tend to stay put. At Lagrange points, the gravitational pull of two large masses precisely equals the centripetal force required for a small object to move with them. These points in space can be used by spacecraft to reduce fuel consumption needed to remain in position.
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:24:17
https://www.nesdis.noaa.gov/current-satellite-missions/currently-flying/dscovr-deep-space-climate-observatory
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:24:33
The Dscovr Satellite
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:25:19
Ah, here's the NOAA NESDIS Valentines day cards: https://www.nesdis.noaa.gov/news/keep-love-your-orbit-nesdis-themed-valentines-day-cards
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:26:23
NOAA Weather and Atmosphere data resources from NOAA Education: https://www.noaa.gov/education/resource-collections/data/weather-atmosphere
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:27:14
NOAA Hurricane Hunters: https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/education/planet-stewards/webinar-flying-into-storm.html
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:27:48
NOAA Space Weather! https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:28:15
NOAA Ocean Exploration! https://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:29:07
NOAA Cryosphere studies: https://www.gfdl.noaa.gov/ocean-and-cryosphere-division/
bnd5284@gmail.com
01:29:16
Do you have any data on Earths magnetosphere? And polarity changes occurring? I’m about to study this with my students and they’re always fascinated but wanted to see if there is any updated data on it
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:30:04
A primer on studying the Geosphere from NOAA: https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/education/tutorial_geodesy/welcome.html
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:30:54
About magnetic poles from NOAA: https://www.ncei.noaa.gov/news/tracking-changes-earth-magnetic-poles
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:32:18
Earth's Magnetosphere - intro: https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/phenomena/earths-magnetosphere and tracking changes in polarity changes: https://www.ncei.noaa.gov/news/tracking-changes-earth-magnetic-poles
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:32:45
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the international body for assessing the science related to climate change.
Suzanne
01:34:09
Is there any way to access the moving image on the "Bringing it all together" slide?
tcjaseibert@mchsi.com
01:39:30
Isaac's Storm is recommended reading about the Galveston hurricane. It is an engaging book.
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:39:54
Satellites located in geosynchronous orbit move in time with the rotation of the earth. Geostationary satellites are located 22,237 miles above the earth's surface.
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:39:57
NOAA Polar Satellites Overview: https://noaasis.noaa.gov/POLAR/poes_overview.html
Toni Bush
01:40:30
This is amazing, I read about the Galveston Hurricane with a 4th grade class last week. Please read!
grubic
01:42:01
Our 6th Grade Science class at WDS is Earth Systems Science. They will really enjoy this presentation !!!!
Mary Lynn
01:42:53
I love your passion about your job!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:46:03
Great improvements over time
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:48:33
My family and friends were without power for months!
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:48:37
NOAA Hurricane Tracking Story Map: https://www.nesdis.noaa.gov/real-time-imagery/hurricane-tracker
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:50:18
NYT 2019 Mississippi Flooding Map Story: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/09/11/us/midwest-flooding.html
tcjaseibert@mchsi.com
01:50:19
How can we access floodplain imagery from past floods?
Mary Lynn
01:51:22
So you can track heat in volcanos too, correct?
Suzanne
01:51:23
Is there a location we can obtain the smoke level action slides? This would be great for my 5th grade science class?
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:52:34
NOAA Fire and smoke hazard tracking: https://www.ospo.noaa.gov/Products/land/hms.html
Suzanne
01:53:50
Thank you
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:53:53
NOAA GOES Satellite Information: https://www.nesdis.noaa.gov/current-satellite-missions/currently-flying/geostationary-satellites
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
01:55:04
Article from NOAA on the great Galveston hurricane of 1900: https://celebrating200years.noaa.gov/magazine/galv_hurricane/welcome.html
Suzanne
01:55:24
Love the metric! I'm originally from Canada and am currently teaching my US students the metric system!
Louis Gatto
01:57:17
my screen froze and had to reload, will the full chat transcript be available. Ton of amazing links from Bruce
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:57:51
@Louis - yes
Don Boonstra
01:58:19
Louis, the transcript will be part of the recording. That will show you all of Bruce’s great links.
grubic
01:58:41
Wonderful !!!
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
02:00:24
Information on all the NOAA Satellites currently "flying": https://www.nesdis.noaa.gov/current-satellite-missions/currently-flying
bnd5284@gmail.com
02:00:57
Oops sorry meant to send that to everyone
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
02:01:52
Potential opportunities for your students at NOAA Satellites: https://www.nesdis.noaa.gov/about/careers-more
Mary Lynn
02:02:11
Generally, how old are the satellites? How often do you have to do maintenance? Have you ever had to replace the satellites/parts? Have they lasted longer than you expected?
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
02:05:22
Impact of global warming on the Ocean Story Map: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/51c41fd3f78c4939a28b016e0ddb5109
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
02:07:44
Here's that image Rafa's showing you: https://www.weather.gov/jetstream/absorb
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
02:11:41
NOAA POES AVHRR Instruments: https://earth.esa.int/eogateway/missions/noaa
Mary Lynn
02:15:08
Are you able to track air pollution and the effects to the earth? Is this important to NOAA?
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
02:15:26
NOAA Historic Hurricane Track Finder: https://coast.noaa.gov/hurricanes/#map=4/32/-80
grubic
02:16:07
Absolutely amazing !!!!!
Courtney Seagraves
02:16:11
Thank you Rafa for all the info!
Chris Campbell
02:16:13
Awesome - thank you!
Katelyn Levenick
02:16:16
thank you!
Patricia Lum
02:16:19
Awesome
Elise Dickerson
02:16:20
Thank you
Ariel Delos Reyes
02:16:21
Thank you
christina
02:16:24
great info, Rafa!
Scott McCormick
02:16:24
Just curious - how many of the visualizations were done by your team?
bayly barton
02:16:29
thank you
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
02:16:29
NOAA Air Quality Tracking: https://airquality.weather.gov/
kierra.daniel
02:16:30
Thank you, that was great!!
Barbara Walker
02:16:37
Loved it. Thank you!
Megan Crane
02:16:39
Thank you!!
Dannah (Dane) Schaffer
02:16:42
Thank you for all the resources! :-)
Kara Hosman
02:16:43
Thank you for sharing! wonderful presentation
Louis Gatto
02:16:49
ama😍zing graphics and detail
Amy Bui
02:16:57
Thank you! That was quite informative.
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
02:17:03
and another air quality tracker: https://www.airnow.gov/
lealynnebalisacan
02:17:05
thank you!
Megan Crane
02:17:10
thank you
Suzanne
02:17:17
Thank you so much!
Trish 268
02:17:31
Thank you!
bnd5284@gmail.com
02:17:35
Great presentation love all the graphics and got some new information for some of the topics I teach
christina
02:17:38
Those graphics were amazing and learning about the "old time" meteorologist was neat to learn too.
Stacy Miller
02:17:44
Thank you for all this information.
bayly barton
02:18:11
when is the survey link being sent out?
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
02:18:17
NOAA's Satellite Data Visualization Lab Site: https://www.nesdis.noaa.gov/real-time-imagery/imagery-collections/data-visualization
Sharona
02:18:24
Thanks a bunch for the wonderful information.
Toni Bush
02:18:46
Thank you! Amazing presentation and tons of useful information.
Don Boonstra
02:18:50
survey link will be available in chat after the recording is turned off.
Mahogany Arnold
02:19:27
Thank you for hosting this seminar! It was very educational!!
Stephanie Salas
02:20:21
Thank you for a fantastic presentation! I’m sure one of our future students will become a geologist and see all this great data! Thank you for sharing!!
Suzanne
02:20:29
Thank you Flavio
Skye Yasuda
02:20:31
thank you!
Dannah (Dane) Schaffer
02:20:36
Can you post the collection website again?
Sarah
02:20:36
Thank you!
Marissa Murdock
02:20:38
Thank you!
Olivia Luzadder
02:20:39
Thank you!
Stephanie K
02:20:41
thank you!!!!
Ashley Medrano
02:20:42
Thank you so much
Carol Schnaiter
02:20:43
Thank you, every interesting!
Brian Keller
02:20:45
Thanks for the presentation! A lot of usable resources!
Lexie Johnson
02:20:48
Thank you!
Sandy Smith
02:20:50
Thank you!!
Bruce Moravchik, NOAA. He/Him
02:20:53
Thank you Rafa! That was a GREAT presentation!
Molly Wotton
02:20:53
Thank you! This was awesome
Maila English
02:20:56
Thank you!
Mary Lynn
02:20:57
Wow! Great information!
haley kidwell
02:21:04
Thank you, amazing presentation!
Molli Stevens
02:21:12
Thank you !
Lichter, Liana
02:21:13
Thank you !!!
Patricia Lum
02:21:13
Thank you
Victoria Cachuela
02:21:22
awesome
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:21:22
https://my.nsta.org/collection/H!plus!hLttANypo_E
FOCO- Faith Christensen
02:21:30
Thank you very much for your time!
Amie Hinkley
02:21:34
Thank you so much!
Courtney Seagraves
02:21:51
Thank you for all the links Bruce
Emine Sadıkoğlu
02:21:51
Thank You!!
Dannah (Dane) Schaffer
02:21:59
Thank you.