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Upcoming Seminars

Opportunities and Challenges Integrating Earth Observation Data into Developing Country Decision-making Around the Sustainable Development Goals

Alex Zvoleff | Conservation International
10.15.18 @ 3pm, 33:H114

Dr. Alex Zvoleff is Senior Director of Resilience Science in the Moore Center for Science at Conservation International. Dr. Zvoleff leads research on the role of nature in supporting climate resilience, pathways for transformative adaptation to climate change, and the development of new methods and tools that integrate large interdisciplinary datasets to study interactions among climate, land use and land cover change, and human-wellbeing. Dr. Zvoleff uses statistics and spatial modeling to assimilate data from a broad range of sources to ensure the best possible information is available, and accessible by non-expert audiences, to inform conservation decisions. Dr. Zvoleff received his Ph.D. in geography in a joint program at San Diego State University and the University of California, Santa Barbara, and holds a master’s from Columbia University.

Applications in Agriculture and Food Security

Chris Justice, University of Maryland

11.19.18 @ 3pm, 33:H114


DARPA World Modelers: Machine Assistance for Causal Analysis and Control of the World's Complex Systems

Joshua Elliott, DARPA, Information Innovation Office

12.17.18 @ 3pm, 33:H114


Past Seminars

The Energy Revolution, Nexus of Energy-Food-Water Systems, and Discussion of Potential Relevant NASA Resources

Jill Engel-Cox, Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis at National Rewnewable Energy Laboratory

9.18.18

Remote Sensing of Agricultural Conservation Performance in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

W. Dean Hively, Research Physical Scientist, U.S. Geological Survey

8.20.18

Tropospheric Ozone Air Pollution Impact on Crops and Native Vegetation

John Skelly, Professor (Retired) of Plant Pathology from the Pennsylvania State University

7.23.18

Quantifying the Socioeconomic Benefits of Earth Observations in Decision-making

Yusuke Kuwayama, Economist, Resources for the Future

6.18.18

Vector-borne Disease and Climate Variability

Assaf Anyamba, Research Scientist, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

5.21.18

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Overview

Goddard Applied Sciences connects NASA researchers with end users, supports interagency activities, and develops external partnerships to facilitate practical and innovative uses of Earth observations for societal benefit. Current working groups: Chesapeake Bay, Climate Applications, Air Quality and Health, Disasters, Mission Applications, and Water Applications.

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Stephanie Uz
Applied Sciences Manager
stephanie.uz@nasa.gov
301.286.0549

Brendan McAndrew
Applied Sciences Coordinator
brendan.b.mcandrew@nasa.gov
301.286.3992

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