Search Results for: "remote sensing"

 
Oct 13, 2016

NASA DEVELOP Students Visit NCEI

NASA DEVELOP Students Visit NCEI MARCH 28, 2013 Background The NASA DEVELOP Program at Wise, Virginia focuses on environmental research conducted through the use of…→

 
Oct 12, 2016

CICS at Fall AGU 2014

CICS at Fall AGU 2014 Pa A11A-3007Long-Term Large-Scale Bias-Adjusted Precipitation Estimates at High Spatial and Temporal Resolution Derived from the National Mosaic and Multi-Sensor QPE…→

May 31, 2019

NC State Climate Research Institute to Host NOAA Cooperative Institute

NCICS to Host NOAA Cooperative Institute NCICS will host the Asheville location of the new Cooperative Institute for Satellite Earth System Studies, which will be…→

Bjorn Brooks

Bjorn Brooks joined NCICS as a Research Associate with expertise in environmental data analysis and scientific computing in the cloud. His work designs, develops, and…→

Oct 30, 2014

Cyclone Center: New Paper, Website Updates

“We don’t understand all the mysteries of tropical cyclones” That’s the motivation behind the Cyclone Center project, which is soliciting help from “citizen scientists” around…→

Olivier Prat

Since joining NCICS in 2010, Dr. Olivier Prat has worked on quantitative precipitation estimates (QPEs) derived from satellite, radar, and surface observations with a focus…→

Carl Schreck

Dr. Carl Schreck joined NCICS in August 2010 after completing his PhD at the University at Albany. He serves as a Research Scholar at NCICS,…→

Kate Johnson

Dr. Katharine (Kate) Johnson joined NCICS as a Research Associate in geographic information systems (GIS) in October 2019. She is part of the Assessments Technical…→

Laura Stevens

Laura Stevens provides primary scientific and technical expertise for NOAA and the National Climate Assessment (NCA). This includes the development of climate data analysis products,…→

Ronald Leeper

Ronald D. Leeper’s primary area of interest is in hydrological processes. He is particularly focused on land-atmosphere interactions and how these relationships will evolve in…→