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Siri Jodha Singh Khalsa: An Earthzine Personal Profile

The business of standards within the developing GEOSS community requires the commitment, expertise, and networking capabilities of a host of individuals. Foremost among these is Siri Jodha Singh Khalsa of the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC), in Boulder, Colorado. Since receiving his B.A. in Physics from the University of California, Irvine, and his Ph.D. in Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Washington, Seattle, Khalsa has been a major contributor to a variety of data programs. His activity in leading the IEEE effort in standards and interoperability for GEOSS is a natural extension of his work in these programs, albeit on a global scale.

What’s Climate Got to Do with It? Protecting Peruvian Potatoes

Category: Identifying Invasive Species Extent & Critical Species Habitat Project Team: Peru Climate III Team Location: University of Georgia – Athens, Georgia Authors: Caren Remillard Shirin Esmaeili Dorris Scott Parul Singh Mentors/Advisors: Dr. Kenton Ross (NASA Langley Research Center) Dr. Marguerite Madden (University of Georgia, Center for Geospatial Research) Dr. Sergio Bernardes (University of Georgia, […]

Wise Decisions: Remote Flood Monitoring in Wise County, Virginia

Wise County is located in the Appalachian Mountains of southwest Virginia. Mountainous terrain increases the amount of runoff into local drainage basins during strong storms, which can increase the frequency of flash floods.

GIS Free-For-All

Using free and open source GIS programs and data platforms can eliminate costs associated with data processing, making Earth Observation data more profitable for all. Clyde A. Brooke purchased 140 acres of land in Hancock, Mississippi, in 1952 to begin a timber operation, and what began as a humble operation has grown to more than […]

Stress Tests for the Sea: Can Fisheries Withstand Ocean Acidification?

Ocean acidification is a new challenge to fisheries managers. Tools available today offer multiple avenues for considering the phenomenon.