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Join ESIP’s Out 2 Lunch webinar series. These are 10-minute demonstrations of Earth Science data tools & resources with 5 minutes for Q & A. They are held on Wednesdays at 12 NOON CENTRAL TIME.

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May 18 - Exploring CrowdMag Data: Harnessing the magnetometer in your palm, Trinity Foreman, Communications and Outreach Branch, Communications ConsultantInnovative Consulting & Management Services, LLC, Government Contractor, NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)
The CrowdMag phone application is a citizen science project that enables the magnetometer in phones to contribute real-time data to inform our understanding of Earth's magnetic field. This demonstration will build upon an introductory presentation given earlier and will share methods of analyzing data collected.
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