NASA EOSDIS 2020 Data User Profile Yearbook Released!
NASA’s Earth Science Data and Information System (ESDIS) Project is pleased to present the 2020 Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) Data User Profile Yearbook. The 12 data users you’ll read about in this year’s edition are using Earth science data in the EOSDIS collection to support research in areas ranging from the Amazon rainforest to the New Zealand Alps and using data acquired from shallow ocean waters to quasars billions of light years from Earth. You’ll read about how EOSDIS data are an integral component of research into ecosystem development, food security, public health, and much more.
The EOSDIS Data User Profile series showcases not only the work and research of scientists, researchers, managers, and educators using NASA data, but also the data products that help enable this work. The stories presented here only scratch the surface of the tremendous opportunities created by data that are freely and openly available to anyone anywhere in the world. Download your copy of the 2020 edition!
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