Monitoring Absolute Sea Level Change
Global-scale monitoring of sea level change is a key component of the U.S. Global Change Research Program. The NOAA Global Sea Level program incorporates state-of-the-art satellite and...

Observation of Suspended Sediments in Mobile Bay, Alabama from Satellite
As part of a comprehensive geologic study of coastal Alabama and Mississippi, the U.S. Geological Survey is investigating coastal sediment transport in Mobile Bay and the adjacent shelf....

AgriMet/Hydromet—Satellite Telemetry Meeting Water Management Challenges in the Pacific Northwest
In the hydropower-rich Pacific Northwest (approximately 70% of total regional load served), water resource agencies such as the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) and the Bonneville...

Continuing Education via Satellite Television

A Moon-Earth Communication System Concept

An Astronaut Positioning System for Space Station Assembly and Maintenance Support
Large space structures require special systems to support assembly, operations, and maintenance. These systems must be designed to support many tasks throughout the life of the space facility....

Global Problems: Implementing Mission to Planet Earth
Serious global environmental problems are facing our generation on Earth. The decrease in ozone concentrations and the greenhouse effect have implications for all life forms on the planet....

Mission to Planet Earth: The Quest to Save the Environment
The Mission to Planet Earth is a program designed to look at the earth as an integrated system. It is an internationally supported project. It was conceived because the current methods...

SLURP: A Watershed Model for Satellite Data
A study is being conducted to determine the utility of satellite data for hydrologic modelling in different physiographic and climatic zones of Canada. As part of that study, a simple...

Evaporation and Snowmelt Estimates from Satellite Data
Satellite imagery has been used to estimate saltwater evaporation and snowmelt runoff. Water surface temperatures can be obtained from satellite thermal infrared data. Saltwater evaporation...

Towards a Rainfall Estimation Using Meteosat Over Africa
The scope of the research is to develop a method of rainfall estimation at both small space and time scales (9 pixels -225 km2-, and single shower...

Observations of Lateral Instabilities on an Upper Ocean Density Front

The Exxon-Valdez Oil Spill: Satellite Analyses

Satellite Derived Flow Data—Øjresund/Kattegatt

Satellite Detection of Waste Plumes in the New York Bight

Basin-Wide Management: A Remote Sensing/GIS Approach

Earth Observing System and Coral Reef Fisheries

Satellite Monitoring for Red Tide Along the North Carolina Coast

South Carolina's Approach for Evaluating and Updating the National Wetlands Inventory

The Argos Satellite Data Collection and Location System

 

 

 

 

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