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Eruption of the Calbuco Volcano, Chile Chile's Calbuco Volcano began erupting on 22 April 2015 for the first time in nearly 50 years. The above MODIS image acquired by the Terra satellite from 23 April, shows the resulting ash plume (in tan-brown) from the initial volcanic eruption.
User Profile: Rowena Lohman EOSDIS' “Who uses NASA Earth science data?” user profile series highlights our diverse end-user community worldwide and show you not only how these data are being used for research and applications, but also where these data are being used -- from the plains of West Texas to the Sea of Oman and everywhere in between. You’ll also learn where you can download the data sets in each feature. We’re excited to share our data user’s experiences with you!
Zebras without borders Researchers in Botswana use remotely sensed data to study and model the initiation of Zebra migration and the speed of travel to find out how Zebras know when to migrate and how they find ancient migration routes. Click to read more of this Sensing Our Planet article.
Data discovery, access, use, and understanding are key functions of metadata. The application of ISO metadata standards to NASA Earth science data will help unify NASA Earth science metadata under a single international standard.
Learn how to leverage geospatial applications such as ArcGIS, OPeNDAP and ncWMS to analyze and visualize tropospheric and atmospheric chemistry data products at the NASA LaRC ASDC DAAC on on Wednesday, April 29, 2 - 3PM ET.
New feature highlighting our diverse end-user community worldwide to show you not only how NASA Earth science data are being used for research and applications, but also where these data are being used.