Upcoming Landsat Activity for Educators

Upcoming Landsat Activity for Educators

Susan Kohler
Susan Kohler, the instructor and NASA Educator Professional Development Specialist at Glenn Research Center in Cleveland Ohio, who will be giving the Landsat webinar on April 8.
What happens to the Mallard Duck population when prairie potholes disappear? On Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. EDT, Susan Kohler, a NASA Educator and Professional Development Specialist, will be presenting a free 60-minute webinar featuring an innovative wetlands/migration simulation activity that introduces the problem of wetland destruction and the importance of the prairie potholes to waterfowl population dynamics. Data will be analyzed to determine the correlation between the quality and quantity of prairie potholes and the waterfowl using this region for reproduction.
This webinar is part of the NASA Educator Professional Development series of free webinars open to all educators. The webinars feature activities, lesson plans, educator guides and resources to bring NASA into the classroom.
+ Register for “Prairie Potholes: A Landsat Activity”
Further Reading:
+ Landsat, Potholes, and Climate Change
+ Prairie Potholes: A Landsat Activity

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