Earth Science Branch

The Earth Science Branch conducts research of the Earth as a system with a focus on lightning and precipitation processes, weather and climate variability, monitoring fluxes of heat and water from the surface, and associated data management and mining activities for scientific discovery and applications for societal benefit.

Earth Science Branch Projects

SERVIR Applied Sciences Team (AST) Provides Training on Satellite Observations and tools for Landslide Monitoring and Forecasting

March 25, 2022

Nishan Kumar Biswas, Thomas Stanley, and Robert Alexander Emberson provided a virtual training March 8-11, as part of AST Principal Investigator Dalia Kirschbaum’s project: ‘A landslide hazard and risk assessment system for SERVIR-Mekong’. The training was coordinated by the Asian …

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MSFC/ST11 Scientists Discuss August 2020 Midwest Derecho with Iowa TV Station

March 25, 2022

Three MSFC ST11 scientists and one from LaRC recently joined Nathan Santo Domingo of Iowa’ News Now/CBS-2/Fox-28 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to discuss the August 10, 2020 Derecho that impacted the area. Jordan Bell (ST11), Christopher Schultz (ST11), and Sarah …

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MSFC Earth Scientist Profiled as part of Women’s History Month

March 25, 2022

Lori Schultz (ST11) was featured in NASA HQ Applied Science Program web article as part of Women’s History Month.  The article, “Piecing together Earth Data with Lori Schultz” focuses on her work as a center coordinator for the NASA Applied …

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Severe Weather Remote Sensing Plenary Talk at IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, Montana

March 25, 2022

Sarah Bang (ST11) presented as an invited plenary speaker to the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Aerospace Conference in Big Sky, Montana, March 9, 2022. Bang presented an overview of NASA Applied Sciences Disaster Program research on remote …

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SERVIR’s Service Planning Approach Presented During NextGEOSS Webinar on Inclusive Participation

March 25, 2022

Rebekke Muench (University of Alabama in Huntsville) gave a webinar presentation entitled “SERVIR’s Approach to Co-Development” as a part of the Group on Earth Observation’s NextGEOSS webinar, “Transforming Earth Observations to Knowledge Through Inclusive Participation” on February 22nd.  The webinar …

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