Goal for day 2: Complete hands on section and narrative; allow group to discuss citizen science
Location: H114, back
Session 1: 9:30 – 10:45
- Discuss ground observation; decide what can reasonably be done
- Discuss data sharing; provide suggestions for what data could be shared and how
- Discuss links to satellite analysis
- Define the narrative for the chapter, "why citizen science"
Specific event with photos; urban pollution
California fires? then urban pollution
use EO NH and smog blog as practice to match satellite aod, true color, and ground photos
June 21, 2005 - good example of poor air quality (on EO)
shows in data on airnow.gov
EO story (why citizen science):
Pull in all of the pieces of the procedure.
Involve scientists, how? Involve state environmental quality offices? Talk to Forrest Mims or David Brooks for other ideas.
Session 2: 11:15 – 12:30
12:30 – 1:30 Lunch
- Discuss data sharing; provide suggestions for what data could be shared and how; define exactly what measurements a citizen would have to make to produce meaningful data.
- List supplies needed for ground activity and where to find them
Session 3: 2:00 – 3:45
- Write procedure
- Identify related reading and background material
- Create powerpoint slides, prepare presentation with 4 slides:
- Slide one: Activity name and team members
- Slide two: data used
- Slide three: short description of ground activity
- Slide four: short description of satellite activity
4:00 – 5:00 Report out (each group gets 5-10 minutes to present their 4 slides) Group Discussion: implementation strategies; future development