A 4-page article in Scientific American (Sept, 2016) used the NEX-GDDP dataset as a basis for a global map highlighting current and future impacts of ...Scientific American
Dr. Michael D. Bicay, Director of the Science Directorate at NASA Ames Research Center held an all-hands meeting for Code S employees at the Syverston...Read More
NASA Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan made an announcement Tuesday, about the work that the NEX team has done in partnership w/ the NAS (NASA Advanced Sup...Read More
A new study published in the journal "Current Urban Studies" by NASA Ames scientist Christopher Potter has documented major changes in forest and woo...Read More
NASA's Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel, or HS3, mission investigated four tropical cyclones in the 2014 Atlantic Ocean hurricane season: Cristobal...Read More
Key Meetings/Event and Attendees
High Level Visits: On Wednesday, September 2, the European Commissioner Elzbieta Bienkowska will visit Ames on a fact-finding trip. Similarly to a U.S. cabinet level department head, Commissioner Bienkowska has innovation, public private partnerships, and earth science in her portfolio. Since the ESA/EU Copernicus mission falls in her area, the NASA Earth Exchange (NEX) project will brief her and her accompanying staff on the NEX processing and application of Sentinel satellite data (both Sentinel-1 radar and Sentinel-2 optical data), which are being used in improve the temporal frequency of Landsat observations.
Ganguly, S. and C.J. Tucker were the editors of a special issue of Remote Sensing entitled "Remote Sensing of Vegetation Structure and Dynamics" (2016) http://www.mdpi.com/journal/remotesensing/special_issues/vegetation_structure%26dynamics
Robert Chatfield and Hanwant Singh will participate at the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) 2016 Science Conference, Breckenridge, CO, Sep. 26-30, 2016.
Robert Chatfield, “Satellite maps and relevant compositional properties of PM2.5 in difficult winter situations and comparisons to DISCOVER-AQ airborne sampling”
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