Cooperative Invasive Species Management Areas (CISMAs) are voluntary regional partnerships that help land managers address invasive species threats.
Tapping Groundwater Resources—Literally! A Hypersaline Laguna Madre
This is a part of the 2015 Fall VPS. For more VPS articles, click here Category: Mapping Water Quality Project Team: Coastal Texas Water Resources II Team Location: Mobile County Health Department – Mobile, Alabama Authors: Elaina Gonsoroski Vishal Arya Jennifer Boyd Mentors/Advisors: Joe Spruce (NASA Stennis Space Center) Bernard Eichold, M.D., Dr.PH (Mobile County Health Department) Abstract: This project … Read More
Helping Wildlife Managers Assess Mule Deer Habitat Quality
This is a part of the 2015 Fall VPS. For more VPS articles, click here Category:åÊForecasting Wetland Cover and Species Habitat Project Team: Southern Rockies Ecological Forecasting Team Location: NASA John C. Stennis Space Center ÛÒ Hancock County, Mississippi Authors: Ross Reahard Teresa Fenn Jeri Wisman Mentors/Advisors: Joseph Spruce (NASA Stennis Space Center) Dr. Kenton Ross (NASA Langley Research Center) … Read More
Remote Drought Monitoring in the Navajo Nation: Utilizing NASA Earth Observation Data
Drought monitoring is essential in the management of water resources, especially in underserved and arid areas such as the Navajo Nation. The DEVELOP team at the NASA Ames Research Center examined methods for calculating Standard Precipitation Index (SPI) values in the Nation using NASA Earth observation data in ArcGIS.