Science Highlights

September 30, 2017

September 2017 MSR Slides

Overview

  • Response for Harvey, Irma, and Maria and Two Earthquakes
  • Pinpointing Where Lights Went Out in Puerto Rico
  • Hurricane Maria's Torrential Rainfall Measured by NASA's Integrated Multi-satellite Retrievals for GPM (IMERG)
  • Leveraging Broader SAR Collaborations to Support FEMA
  • Team Success Stories in Partnerships with End Users
July 31, 2017

July 2017 MSR Slides

Overview

  • NASA Applied Sciences Project: “Near Real-Time Cloud Products for Aviation Safety”
  • Volcano Video increases NASA’s impact: Effective communication raises awareness and provides an integrated picture
  • NASA Data and Applications Products Provide Integrated Solutions for Volcanos and Volcanic Ash
July 31, 2017

July 2017 MSR Slides

Overview

  • NASA Applied Sciences Project: “Near Real-Time Cloud Products for Aviation Safety”
  • Volcano Video increases NASA’s impact: Effective communication raises awareness and provides an integrated picture
  • NASA Data and Applications Products Provide Integrated Solutions for Volcanos and Volcanic Ash
March 31, 2017

April 2017 MSR Slides

Overview

  • Response to March 27, 2016 Mt. Pavlof eruption.
February 28, 2017

February 2017 MSR Slides

Overview

  • Earth Science Disasters Team Supports Generation of Imagery from DigitalGlobe/Worldview for Michoud Tornado
  • SMD/ESD Disasters program reaches out to Chile and Argentina with fire data, information and capacity building.
  • Response to Flood Event #4439 Mozambique, January, 2017
January 31, 2017

January 2017 MSR Slides

Overview

  • NASA supported FEMA response to domestic flooding in January 2017 in NV and CA.
  • Tracking the Destruction of an Island - Bogoslof Volcano, Alaska
  • Real Time Flood Impact System Detects Recent Flooding in Southern Thailand
October 28, 2016

GSFC Disaster Working Group, October 28th , 2016

Updates

  • Response Activities
    • Hurricane Matthew
    • Italy Earthquake
  • Meetings
    • Workshop to Develop a Portfolio of Low Latency Datasets for Time-Sensitive Applications, September 27-29th, 2016. Langley Research Center, Hampton VA
  • Trainings/Webinars
October 22, 2016

October 2016 Applied Sciences MSR Slides

  • GPM observed intense rainfall accumulation (left) as Matthew intensified and battered Hispaniola and Cuba
  • On Oct. 2nd (bottom left) GPM Core Observatory viewed a newly intensified Cat 4 storm south of Haiti, showing strong convection and heavy rainfall in the eye wall and rain bands
  • GPM’s Microwave Imager (bottom right) observed the storm going through eye wall replacement before impacting Florida as a Cat. 3. (Provided by MSFC SPoRT)
  • This data was provided to FEMA and NWS