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SSAI on the Cover of Nature
Ten current and former SSAI employees contributed to an article that was on the March issue of Nature
Forecasting Extreme Flood Events
Severe flooding in late July led Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear to declare a state of emergency early on July 28, 2022
Behind the Classroom
Most people wonder what teachers spend their time doing outside the classroom, especially during summer breaks.
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.
SSAI Scientist Dr. Jingfeng Huang Advances Hurricane Monitoring Efforts
SSAI’s Dr. Jingfeng Huang and his colleagues developed the Hurricane Warm Core 3D Animation System (HWCAS) under the Integrated Calibration and Validation System (ICVS) in support of the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) Program Office.