The NASA DEVELOP team from the Stennis Space Center takes home the first-place prize in…
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William H. Swartz1
Lars P. Dyrud2
Warren J. Wiscombe3
Steven R. Lorentz4
Stergios J. Papadakis1
Dong L. Wu3
Robert A. Summers1
V. Edward Wells11Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Maryland
2Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts
3NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland
4L-1 Standards and Technology Inc., New Windsor, Maryland
NASA’s Earth Science Technology Office recently funded a… Read More +
Google Earth’s Explorations:
In 2005 Google launched Google Earth, a feature that allows users to simply designate what part of the Earth they want to view closely. Since then, users have shared new information that they have discovered via the popular Google Earth Blog.
Google Earth is being… Read More +
* This project was conducted by high school-aged students at St. George’s School in Bogotá, Colombia, as part of a 2013 literature review project on ecosystems.
Research question: How will the increasing sea surface temperature in the Great Barrier Reef in Australia affect the symbiotic relation between the… Read More +
A municipal inter-agency climate change adaptation plan, based on a model established in Costa Rica.
By Sergio A. Molina
Professor and Researcher, National University of Costa Rica (UNA), and University of Costa Rica (UCR)
With collaboration from Vanessa Valerio, Sonia Arguedas, Wilberth Jimenez, and María José Avellán, all from the National… Read More +