Collaboration between state, federal and tribal entities protects public health, minimizes economic impacts, and may provide answers to why a massive West Coast algal bloom broke records this summer.
I Seaweed, Do You? Using Landsat and Open Source GIS to Locate Sargassum
Project Team: Coastal Texas Oceans Team Team Location: Stennis Space Center, Stennis, Mississippi Authors: Shelby Barrett, Project Lead (William Carey University) Emma Strong (University of Southern Mississippi) Jeffrey Frazier (Texas A&M University at Galveston) Brandon Hill (Texas A&M University at Galveston) Kirsten Stokes (Texas A&M University at Galveston) Mentors/Advisors Joseph Spruce (Senior Research Scientist, Computer Sciences Corporation; Science Advisor) Dr. … Read More
The Real Monster of Lake Champlain
Project Team: Lake Champlain Water Resources Team Team Location: Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia Authors: Patrick Faha (Old Dominion University) Emily Gotschalk (Christopher Newport University) Joanna Ely (Thomas Nelson Community College) Mentors/Advisors: Dr. Kenton Ross (NASA DEVELOP National Science Advisor) Past/Other Contributors: Tiffani Orne (NASA DEVELOP LaRC Assistant Center Lead) Sam Weber (NASA DEVELOP GSFC Center Lead) Hayley Solak (Clark … Read More