Join us to learn how to use NASA’s Worldview, an imagery mapping and visualization tool that provides access to over 900 data imagery layers, many of which are available within hours, even minutes, to explore Earth’s interconnected processes and events. Worldview has been used for time-critical applications such as wildfire monitoring and management, supporting science through easy-to-access satellite imagery archives, illustrating disasters and natural events in the media, and for education and outreach. For information or to register
Human activities have increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by 47% since the Industrial Revolution began. Find data on carbon dioxide and other climate-warming gases -- along with resources for using these data -- in the new Greenhouse Gases Data Pathfinder: https://go.nasa.gov/2PujmRE
Whether it's the trees and plants that give us the oxygen we breathe, the snow-capped mountains that provide the water we drink, or the breathtaking geophysical forces that shape the land beneath our feet, we're all connected to and connected by Earth. To learn about some of the scientists studying these natural processes, and how they use NASA Earth science data for their work, we invite you to check out our new ArcGIS StoryMap: Connected by Earth, Informed by Data. This interactive application will both introduce you to researchers working in interesting environments around the globe, and give you a chance to experience the power of NASA Earth data for yourself.
Be sure to check out the Learning Resources section of the StoryMap for links to Data Pathfinders, Data Toolkits, articles, webinars, and more!
View StoryMap https://arcg.is/1mbaPz0
Interested in airborne and field campaign data? A new Sub-Orbital Order Tool (SOOT) released by NASA's Atmospheric Science Data Center (ASDC) enables sub-orbital data discovery and access within the radiation budget, clouds, aerosols, and tropospheric composition Earth science disciplines. This new Power User Interface (UI) is intended for experienced data users and science teams with extensive knowledge of sub-orbital data. The SOOT Power UI has been designed with advanced search functionalities, using a multifaceted approach that allows users to easily filter and browse airborne and field campaign data based on metadata attributes such as PI, platform, deployment year, start date, and dataID, a unique data product identifier based on measured parameter/species, instrument, or model and prefixed by the mission name. The SOOT Power UI also allows users to review their selected files in a streamlined user interface that enables the downloading of selected files as custom .zip files. Learn more in this ArcGIS StoryMap: https://bit.ly/3suib2M
ACCESS NASA EARTH SCIENCE DATA
NASA's data policy ensures that all NASA data are available fully, openly, and without restrictions. Here's what this means to you.
SpaceML: Rise of the Machine (Learning)
A global team is using artificial intelligence and machine learning to enable users to search for specific features in satellite imagery available through NASA’s Global Imagery Browse Services (GIBS).
Dust Storm in Burkina Faso
Image captured on 2 May 2021, by the OMPS and VIIRS instruments, aboard the joint NASA/NOAA Suomi NPP satellite.
Join the 2021 Earth Observation Dashboard Hackathon
Join global teams using Earth observation data to create solutions to challenges related to COVID-19.
User Profile: Dr. Melinda Webster
Data from NASA’s NSIDC DAAC helps scientists like Dr. Melinda Webster study sea ice and overcome the challenges of working in the Arctic’s inhospitable environments.
A Self-Supervised Learning (SSL) Framework for Discovery
Enabling a machine to find phenomena of interest in vast quantities of satellite imagery begins with training the machine on what it’s seeking.
New, Gridded Level 3 Data Product Facilitates the Use of GEDI Mission Data
ORNL DAAC has released a new Level 3 data product from the Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation (GEDI) mission offering gridded estimates of canopy height and ground elevation.
Disappearing Deltas: The Delta-X Airborne Mission Investigates
NASA researchers are using high resolution airborne data to determine the vulnerability and resilience of the Mississippi River Delta.
NASA's IMPACT Collaborates on Global Flood Detection Challenge
A joint NASA/Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS) competition is applying AI to the remote detection of floods.
EOSDIS Products and Services Receive High Marks in 2020 ACSI Survey
Once again, EOSDIS products and services and EOSDIS DAACs earn high rates of customer satisfaction in annual survey
Kevin Murphy Selected as Chief Science Data Officer
Murphy brings years of experience overseeing NASA data to this new Science Mission Directorate (SMD) position.
Remembering Dr. Peter Fox (1959 to 2021)
A titan of the Earth and space science data community, Fox was recognized globally for his contributions and expertise.
Data Chat: Dr. Jeffrey Masek
The Harmonized Landsat Sentinel-2 (HLS) project offers daily, 30-meter global land surface data products to facilitate a wide range of terrestrial Earth science research.
Webinar: NASA Worldview—Explore the Earth from Past to Present with Global Satellite Observations
Join us to learn how to use NASA’s Worldview, an imagery mapping and visualization tool that provides access to over 900 data imagery layers, many ...
Webinar: Learn How to Discover, Access, and Customize Multiple Datasets (and Data Types) with Earthdata Search
Join us as we demonstrate core use cases of Earthdata Search while highlighting key features and functionality. Whether you are a long-time ...
PACE Requests Terrestrial Community Input
PACE Requests Terrestrial Community Input ORNL DAAC Staff 2021-05-11
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