Event-Based Science
Remote-Sensing Activities


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Welcome

Remote Sensing Activities:

Blight!
Earthquake!
Fire!
Flood!
Hurricane!
Oil Spill!
Volcano!

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The Event-Based Science Project is working with a grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and scientists from the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) to produce remote-sensing activities that are tied directly to EBS modules.

This site is your link to images, data, and activities that enhance Flood!, Oil Spill!, Fire!, Hurricane!, Volcano!, Earthquake!, and Blight!

What is Remote Sensing? (Activity)

Selected by the sciLINKS program, a service of National Science Teachers Association. Copyright 2001.


Activities are ready now:
Earthquake!
Activities
Fire!
Activities
Flood!
Activities
Hurricane!
Activities
Oil Spill!
Activities
Volcano!
Activities
Blight!
Activities

Hurricane Mitch

Yellowstone National Park

This image of Hurricane Mitch links to two remote-sensing activities for the Event-Based Science Hurricane! unit. Landsat images of Yellowstone National Park are used to analyze recovery after the Yellowstone Fires.

San Francisco Bay

Pensacola Harbor

 

This 3-D image of the San Francisco Bay area links to remote-sensing activities for the Event-Based Science Earthquake! unit. This Landsat image of Pensacola Harbor links to remote-sensing activities for the Event-Based Science Oil Spill! unit.

The Great Flood of 1993

Mt. Rainier

This Landsat image of the Missouri River links to a remote-sensing activity for the Event-Based Science Flood! unit. This 3-D image of Mt. Rainier links to a remote-sensing activity for the Event-Based Science Volcano! unit.

Western Montana 1999

This Landsat image of western Montana links to a remote-sensing activity for the Event-Based Science Blight! unit.

Thank you for trying Event-Based Science Remote-Sensing Activities.

Welcome

Field-Testers
Information for teachers interested in testing EBS-based remote-sensing activities

Principal Investigators
Russell G. Wright (EBSII)
Dorothy K. Hall (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)

Teacher Advisors (Montgomery County Public Schools)
Susan Buffington
Nancy Carey
Cynthia Carlson
Elaine Chang
John Leck
Donna Matthews
Frank Weisel

Science and Visualization Advisors (NASA/GSFC)
Kimberly Casey
Janet Y. L. Chien
Susan Dent
Carla Evans
Jim Foster
David Herring
Rich Kleidman
Paul Lowman
Brian Montgomery
Andrew Negri
Ross Nelson
Hal Pierce
Marshall Shepherd
Jacob Yates

(National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
Catherine Woody

Student Consultants
(John Poole Middle School, Poolesville, MD)

John Maas
Caitlin McCarthy
Bobby Ouellette
Matt Wolverton
Justin Robillard
Maureen DuVall
Rachel Carr
Kristina Benson
Alexander Eames
Ben Baird
Reuben Goetzl
Alex Kreiser


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