Using NASA remote-sensing technologies, a series of interactive maps will be created to allow community members and decision-makers in Ethiopia to develop a Malaria Early Warning System.
Tropospheric ozone is harmful to humans, trees, crops, and other vegetation. This project focused on providing the U.S. Forest Service with a sustainable tool to enhance its current ozone monitoring practices using NASA remote-sensing data. Data from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument and the Microwave Limb Sounder aboard the Aura mission were used for this project.
The Wabash Seismic Zone (WSZ) project is aimed at assessing a stress-accumulation deficit in the WSZ. Doing so will allow seismologists to more accurately map earthquake hazard maps for the area, and help engineers, community leaders, and others to prepare for the next potential geologic hazard in the Midwest.