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The 32 and 42-meter parabolic dish antennas of
the Svalbard incoherent scatter radar in Arctic
Norway are helping to compile an historic
2-year continuous record of charged particles
in Earth's ionosphere. (Photo Courtesy EISCAT)
With electricity supplies limited and mean temperature stuck below freezing for… Read More +
Tufa Dinku1*, Augustine Kanemba2, Barbara Platzer3 and Madeleine C. Thomson1,4
1 International Research Institute for Climate and Society, Earth Institute, Columbia University- Lamont Campus, Palisades, New York, USA 2 Tanzania Meteorological Agency, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania 3 Columbia Global Center-Africa, Nairobi, Kenya 4 Department of Environmental Health Sciences,… Read More +
Team location: Goddard Space Flight Center
Rachel Moore (Goddard Center Lead)
Dr. Molly Brown, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Science Advisor)
Dr. Lahouari Bounou, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Science Advisor)
Dr. John Schnase, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Science Advisor)
Abstract: In the summer of 2010, a DEVELOP team used NASA’s Invasive… Read More +
In the last decade, the value of Earth Observation (EO) to society has significantly grown among both the public at large and policy makers worldwide. As presented in a recent article on Earthzine (Scanning the Globe) the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) is coordinating efforts to build… Read More +