Oysters are vital to the environmental health of the Mississippi Sound and a critical part of Mississippi’s economy.
Oh Me! Oh My! These Rice Paddies are Dry!
Category: Monitoring Drought Project Team: Mekong River Basin Agriculture Team Location: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center – Huntsville, Alabama Authors: Daryl Ann Winstead Waritchana Rakumthong Pumichat Raksaphaeng Allison Daniel Mentors/Advisors: Dr. Jeffrey Luvall (NASA at National Space Science Technology Center) Dr. Robert Griffin (University of Alabama in Huntsville) Eric Anderson (University of Alabama in Huntsville) Past/Other Contributors: Leigh Sinclair (Center Lead) Daryl … Read More
STEP M: Space to Effectively Prepare for Migration
Countries can follow STEP M in parallel, which will provide advice on how to obtain, integrate and operate space data within their adaptation plan for climate change and possible migration. Introduction Climate change will increasingly impact the Earth’s natural environment in many ways, such as more frequent natural disasters, heat waves, melting polar ice, and rising sea levels. Many of … Read More
Science, Science Everywhere, Nor Any Drop to Drink: Three Solutions for an Outdated System
Scientific research should be primarily driven by the need to serve society. This article focuses on water as an example, although the solutions proposed could apply to many other fields.
The Pulse of the Mekong: Flood Impact Mapping in Southeast Asia
Project Team: Mekong Disasters Team Team Location: Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland Authors: Jason Abkowitz (University of Maryland, College Park) Colin Doyle (Georgetown University) Alexa Nieves (University of Maryland, College Park) Sam Weber (Virginia Polytechnic Institute) Mentors/Advisors: Dr. John Bolten (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center) Stu Frye (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center) Fritz Policelli (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center) … Read More