With an all-new line of wireless sensors, collecting field data has never been easier or more affordable. All of PASCO’s wireless sensors connect via Bluetooth® to any modern smartphone, tablet, or computer. Several sensors are IP-X7 certified, and every sensor can be configured for remote logging, where the sensor will save data to onboard memory
for download later.
Enter to Win a PASCO Wireless Weather Sensor!
|Not Supported with PASCO Equipment|
|Precipitation Rainfall||Soil Characterization Protocol||Arctic Bird Migration|
|SMAP Block Pattern Soil Moisture||Soil Fertility Protocol||Carbon Cycle|
|Freshwater Macroinvertebrates||Infiltration Protocol||Frost Tube Protocol|
|Canopy Cover and Ground Cover||Soil Moisture - Gravimetric||Clouds|
|Bulk Density||Soil Particle Density||Green-Up / Green-Down|
The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program is an international science and education program that provides students and the public worldwide with the opportunity to participate in data collection and the scientific process, and contribute meaningfully to our understanding of the Earth system and global environment. Announced by the U.S. Government on Earth Day in 1994, GLOBE launched its worldwide implementation in 1995.
GLOBE provides grade level-appropriate, interdisciplinary activities and investigations about the atmosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and soil/pedosphere, which have been developed by the scientific community and validated by teachers. GLOBE connects students, teachers, scientists, and citizens from different parts of the world to conduct real, hands-on science about their local environment and to put this in a global perspective.
GLOBE is sponsored by the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) with support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and Department of State. Internationally, GLOBE is implemented through government-to-government agreements with each country partner responsible for in-country activities. As the lead agency for GLOBE in the U.S., NASA has the primary responsibility for administering the government-to-government agreements, and for the management of the GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) and the data and information system that support the worldwide implementation. (from Globe.gov)