Earth Science

“Trends in Nighttime Fires in South/Southeast Asian Countries” Published in the Journal Atmosphere

Krishna Vadrevu (ST11) served as the primary author, with Aditya Eaturu (UAH) as co-author, for the paper titled “Trends in Nighttime Fires in South/Southeast Asian Countries,” published in the journal Atmosphere. The research focuses on nighttime vegetation fire trends using …

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Article on Advanced Microwave Precipitation Radiometer Observations of Winter Storms Accepted for Publication

Timothy Lang (ST11) is a coauthor on an article titled, “An Airborne Multi-Band Microwave Analysis of Precipitation Within Two Winter Cyclones,” which was recently accepted for publication in the Monthly Weather Review. The article – which was led by Amanda …

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Review of Drivers of Environmental Change Across Southeast Asia Published in Remote Sensing applications: Society and Environment

Pontus Olofsson (ST11) co-authored a paper titled “Review of drivers of forest degradation and deforestation in Southeast Asia.” The study, funded by a grant from the NASA Carbon Monitoring System awarded to Olofsson, presents a review of studies of drivers …

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Publication in Global Environmental Change about the Drivers of Forest Degradation in the Country of Georgia

Funded by a NASA ROSES research grant from the Land-Cover and Land-Cover Change (LCLUC) Program awarded to Pontus Olofsson, an interdisciplinary research team has for three years studied environmental changes in the country of Georgia following the collapse of the …

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Release of Science Mission Directorate (SMD) Large Language Model (LLM) Built by NASA SMD and IBM Research

NASA’s SMD Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) working group in collaboration with IBM Research, has developed a specialized language model. The model is trained on scientific corpus from relevant publications such as NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS), the …

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