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SSAI’s Colin Seftor uses Aerosol Index data to study impact of Saharan Dust Storms this Spring
Saharan dust covered many parts of Europe throughout March 2022. SSAI’s Colin Seftor, an expert in the use of a satellite data product known as the Aerosol Index (AI), was on hand to help better understand how this unique type of weather event called a Dust-Infused Baroclinic Storm (DIBS) is formed and why it occurs.
Expanding the AERONET network, one instrument at a time
SSAI’s David Giles (from NASA’s AERONET program out of Goddard Space Flight Center) recently visited the San Jose campus of the University of Costa Rica and trained members of the Ticosonde project to align and maintain their new AERONET instrument on the roof of the university’s Gas Lab.
SSAI's Freshwater Sensing Team Maps Phycocyanin in Algae Blooms
In honor of World Water Day, today we're spotlighting SSAI's Freshwater Sensing Team and their work mapping phycocyanin in algae blooms.
SSAI's GLOBE Team Receives the AGU 2021 Excellence in Earth and Space Science Education Award
SSAI’s Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program team won the American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) 2021 Excellence in Earth and Space Science Education Award—demonstrating a sustained commitment to excellence in geophysical education.
SSAI Launches Framework to Guide Workforce Development in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
SSAI identified AI and ML as critical focus areas – and subsequently created a learning program to advance the knowledge of our organization.
SSAI IT Team Successfully Upgrades Legacy IT Infrastructure
SSAI IT team supported the ASDC staff with the colossal task of migrating all their existing websites from a legacy system to a new, updated IT infrastructure.