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.
Beat the Heat: Surface Temperature Flux in the Valley of the Sun
This is an article from the Summer 2015 VPS. For more VPS articles, click here Category:åÊAnalyzing Human and Environmental Health Project Team: Arizona Health & Air Quality Team Location: NASA Langley Research Center – Hampton, Virginia Authors: Amy Stuyvesant Geordi Alm Rocky Garcia Emma Baghel April Rascon Bernardo Gracia Mentors/Advisors: Dr. David Hondula (Arizona State University) Dr. Kenton Ross (NASA … Read More
Saharan Dust and Wildfire Smoke: An Evaluation of Enhancing AirNow with NASA Satellite Data
We present two case studies as a way to evaluate the performance of the AirNow Satellite Data Processor (ASDP): a Saharan dust transport event and a wildfire smoke event.
Tele-Epidemiology: Advancing the Application of Earth Observation to Public Health Issues in Canada
The emergence of zoonotic diseases is ranking highly among public health issues that the World Health Organization, World Organisation for Animal Health, and numerous national organizations, companies and universities are attempting to address. In order to mitigate these types of health risks, they are adopting a multi-sectorial approach of collaboration known as the One World One Health approach.