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May 2015 Newsletter

INTRODUCTION:

Although much of the rest of the world has been warmer than normal (see NOAA Global Analysis for March 2015), the Northeast has been persistently cool for January-March (5oC cooler than average over this period).  It's been quite cold here, so Spring has taken its time in coming.  Thankfully, as I write this note, there's a long stretch of temperatures on the horizon that look pretty good to me!  The daffodils are out, the forsythia is finally in full bloom, and it looks like lilacs will be coming out soon.  Hurray!


CONTENTS:

Earthquake in Nepal
Hubble Birthday
Thunderstorm/Tornado
Help Detect Asteroid
May Meteor Shower
Mt. St. Helens Recap
Rachel Carson
Safe Sun Exposure
Fewer Trees,Disease!
Weather Maps
Biogeochem Cycles
Great Planet Debate!
Writing-Field Trips
Earthquakes
2015 Year of Soils
FMA Live!
May Wetlands Month
Prevent Skin Cancer
Drinking Water Week
Appreciate Teachers!
Asthma Day - 5/5
Free Ocean Webinar
Intel ISEF 2015
Bike to Work Day
Endangered Sp Day
Kids to Parks Day
Hurricane Prepare
ES Wk Visualize OCT
ES Wk Webcasts
Typhoons-Kahn
Space Math @ NASA
Si Valley Astronomy
Free H2O Poster
Flying Wild
PLT Blog
Project Noah
VHUB - Volcano
CLEAN
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