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NEX credited in September issue of Scientific American

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Sreeja Nag Highlighted in MIT News

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ORACLES press release on

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NASA Ames' Science Director delivers 2015 State of the...

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NASA Releases Detailed Global Climate Change Projections

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SG Weekly Highlights
February 23, 2017
Key Meetings/Events/Conferences and Attendees (Provide a list of upcoming key meetings or events, provide the purpose, names of high-profile attendees expected, and meeting location):

  • Dr. Liane Guild is attending the United States Coral Reef Task Force Meeting Feb. 21-24, 2017 ( She is representing NASA's membership on the Task Force and Dr. Paula Bontempi, Headquarters Manager of Ocean Biology and Biogeochemistry Program, Carbon Cycle and Ecosystems Focus Area Lead. Guild is the POC for the Steering Committee and participating in the Climate Change Working Group. Dr. Juan Torres-Perez is also in attendance and attending the Education and Outreach Working Group Meeting.


  • David Bubenheim is currently attending the NCTS# 29182-17 6th Annual Great Basin Consortium Conference 2017: Charting a Course for Rangeland Science in the Sagebrush Biome in Reno, NV.  David Bubenheim acts as NASA Representative to Great Basin Research and Management Partnership (GBRMP). He will be attending their Great Basin Research and Management Partnership group meeting during this Consortium gathering.  He's an Executive Committee member for GBRMP as well.
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