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Monitoring Superstorms Leading to Better Understanding of Effects

As the climate changes, superstorms are becoming more common. Earthzine staff explore how severe weather affects people and how remote sensing can change our understanding of storms.

Analyzing Drought Conditions in Desert and Rainforest Environments

Category: Managing Water Quality and Precipitation Anomalies
Project Team: Levant and Central America Climate
Team Location: NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information – Asheville, North Carolina

Turning Over a New Leaf: Modeling Green Infrastructure in Atlanta

  1. Category: Managing Water Quality and Precipitation Anomalies
    Project Team: Atlanta Water Resources

Catch Me If You Can: Near-Real-Time Monitoring of Water Hyacinth

Category: Managing Water Quality and Precipitation Anomalies
Project Team: Lake Victoria Water Resources II
Team Location: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center at NSSTC – Huntsville, Alabama

Bringing Back the Bayou

Drought and the Factors That Make It — Monitoring Drought from Space

Category: Managing Water Quality and Precipitation Anomalies
Project Team: Uruguay Agriculture III
Team Location: International Research Institute for Climate and Society – Palisades, New York

Inundated: Diving into a Historical Perspective on Caribbean Sargassum

Category: Managing Water Quality and Precipitation Anomalies
Project Team: Caribbean Oceans
Team Location: NASA Ames Research Center – Mountain View, California

The Calm Before the Storm: Lake Victoria Severe Weather Indicators

Category: Responding to Human Health Risks
Project Team: African Great Lakes Weather II
Team Location: Wise County Clerk of Court’s Office – Wise, Virginia

Wise Decisions: Remote Flood Monitoring in Wise County, Virginia

Category: Responding to Human Health Risks
Project Team: Wise Disasters
Team Location: Wise County Clerk of Court’s Office – Wise, Virginia

World’s Smallest Diode Is Made of DNA

Originally Published by IEEE Spectrum Recent Content

New device could help advance the field of molecular electronics

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