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Expanded Trilateral Earth Observing (EO) Dashboard on Environmental Change Presented at Living Planet Symposium

On 5/13/22, the new Earth Observing (EO) Dashboard was released as an expansion of the COVID-19 Dashboard collaboration with NASA, European Space Agency (ESA), and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). The Dashboard offers curated datasets and stories for several focus …

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Advanced Telescope for High Energy Astrophysics (ATHENA) X-ray and Cryogenic facility (XRCF) Mirror Module Calibration and Testing

ATHENA MSFC XRCF and Goddard Space Flight Center Science Team successfully conducted an Engineering Peer Review (EPR) 6/8-9/22.  The EPR scope was to assess the current metrology approach and design of the Mirror Assembly Module Demonstrator (MAMD) Phase III testing.  …

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Study by SERVIR Amazonia Hub Member Demonstrates the Benefits of Including Indigenous Peoples in Geospatial Analyses

Thomas Moore, a member of the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) in Cali, Colombia, recently published a study addressing the benefits and challenges involved in including indigenous peoples as partners in the geospatial services offered in their region. This …

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Publication by SERVIR Hindu Kush Himalaya (HKH) Team Members on Integrating Gender into Data Services

A research article entitled “Integrating Gender Into Data Services: A Flexible, Multidisciplinary and Reflexive Approach” was recently published in Frontiers in Climate by Lalu Maya Kadel, Vishwas Sudhir Chitale, and Kamala Gurung of the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development …

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SERVIR Science Coordination Office Supports Applied Sciences Team (AST) Training for Indigenous Communities in Peru and Brazil

On 6/6/22, Vanesa Martin, Jacob Ramthun, and Kaitlin Walker of the University of Alabama in Huntsville traveled to Puerto Breu, Peru, to support Stephanie Spera’s Applied Sciences Team (AST) workshop, “Ecosystem Services and Socio-Environmental Dynamics Workshop in Indigenous Landscapes of …

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