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Research Highlights
These slides are for recent articles, announcements, meetings, and important outside links.
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Indispensable Microwave Data

CISESS scientists Chris Grassotti and Yong-Keun Lee coauthored a paper published on January 30th that showed that satellite microwave observations at 23.8 GHz improve the accuracy of total precipitable water (TPW) products over land as well as oceans.

 
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3D Structure of Forests

CISESS Scientists Khaldoud Rishmawi and Chegquan Huang co-published an article on January 25th that demonstrated the integration of Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation measurements with VIIRS data to produce 1-km resolution forest products.

 
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Recent Snowfall Rate Study

A case study of the East Coast snowstorm from January 31 to February 2 examined the NOAA snowfall rate (SFR) product, which is worked on by CISESS scientists Huan Meng, Jun Dong, Yalei You, Yongzhen Fan, Cesar Kongoli, and Ralph Ferraro.

 
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Record Heat in Upper Oceans

CISESS Scientists Alexey Mishonov and Jim Reagan are coauthors on a newsworthy study, published online on January 13th, which reported upper ocean temperatures hit a record high in 2020.

 

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Director's Welcome

Hugo_retrato_(2016) How can we best exploit satellite information for improving weather and climate predictions? What is needed to create consistent long term records of satellite products for use in climate activities? What are the research needs to ensure we extract optimal information from future satellites sensors?

 These questions lie at the core of CISESS mission of supporting NOAA’s ability to use satellite observations and Earth System models to advance the national climate mission. Our people, research scientists and research engineers along with academic personnel, strive to make certain that our research is transferred to NOAA operations. We also believe in the need of developing and maintaining interactions with a broad community. Outreach, education, training, climate literacy activities are part of our vision for a successful return to society of the confidence they have entrusted us.

Explore our web site, find out what we do and please contact us with your suggestions for improving how we communicate our activities.

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Featured News

Friday, May 21, 2021

Zhipeng Wang Wins Best Paper Award

CISESS Scientists Zhipeng Wang (lead author), Fangfang Yu, Hyelim Yoo, Haifeng Qian and Xi Shao have been honored with a SPIE Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 2020 Best Papers Award. Their article, “On-orbit calibration and characterization of GOES-17 ABI IR bands under dynamic thermal conditions,” was selected as the best paper for Photo-Optical Instrumentation and Design.
Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Ron Vogel Commended for Work on the New Mid-Atlantic State of the Ecosystem Report

CISESS scientist Ron Vogel, Operations Manager for the East Coast Node, was recently recognized and highly praised for his contributions to the NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office to identify satellite derived products that support habitat and fisheries management applications. He contributed to the NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center's (NEFSC) 2021 State of Ecosystem - Mid-Atlantic Report with seasonal anomalies of satellite sea surface temperature.

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