The NOAA David Johnson Award is presented annually by the National Space Club in honor of the first administrator of what was to become the NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS). This award is given to young professionals who have developed an innovative application of Earth observation satellite data that is, or could be, used for operational purposes to assess and/or predict atmospheric, oceanic, or terrestrial conditions.
Earthzine is soliciting articles of 800ÛÒ3,000 words for its first quarter 2012 theme on climate. We seek contributions addressing current issues, techniques and applications of Earth information for assessing the state of the climate, predicting near and long-term variations, the social benefits of climate monitoring and the humanitarian implications of climate information.
Scientists from around the world will meet in Denver, Colorado, in October for the World Climate Research Programme’s Open Science Conference. The goal: To assess the current state of knowledge on climate variability and change, identify the most urgent scientific issues and research challenges, and ascertain how the WCRP can best facilitate research and develop partnerships critical for progress.
A EuroGeoss Web Seminar on “The Earth’s Environment, Observations and Benefits” will focus on the benefits of improved decision-making on local and global scales. The event will last about an hour, with time for questions at the end. It will be presented by Steffen Fritz, Sabine Fuss and Ian McCallum.
Earthzine is soliciting articles of 800-3,000 words for its Fourth Quarter Theme Issue on Water Availability. We seek contributions addressing current issues, techniques and applications of Earth information for measuring water, the social benefits of monitoring water and the humanitarian implications of water availability.