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Dr. Lin Chambers, Education and Communication Lead

We seek to share the excitement and importance of NASA Earth observations with students, teachers and citizen scientists. We do this through several primary approaches:

  • The CERES S'COOL Project ( link to external site) engages students and citizen scientists in authentic science experiences, while providing useful validation data for CERES.
  • The MY NASA DATA Project ( link to external site) makes CERES and related data more accessible for use within a K-12 learning setting, as well as offering a variety of lesson plans that use CERES information to address learning standards.
  • The GLOBE Program ( link to external site) will have increasing connections to CERES as a source of validation data.

  • Effect of non-homogeneous clouds on satellite retrievals; understanding of Tropical cloud feedbacks.
  • Use of citizen science data to augment traditional satellite validation activities.




NASA Langley Research Center
Mail Stop 420, Hampton, VA 23681-2199



  • PhD from North Carolina State University in April 1991.

  • NASA Exceptional Service Medal, 2009
  • U.S. Department of the Interior William T. Pecora Award

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