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Outdoor evening image of a fiery methane plume coming out of a tall black pipe.

A workshop at the 2024 American Meteorological Society (AMS) meeting helped attendees maximize their use of openly available data offered through the U.S. Greenhouse Gas Center.

Image of a lake with bright green along shore indicating algal blooms and colored dots indicating higher probabilities of these blooms

The open-source Cyanobacteria Finder (CyFi) uses machine learning to pinpoint areas that may contain harmful algal blooms in lakes, reservoirs, rivers, and other small water bodies.

Six-sided shape with stacked words Earth Access arcing across center; top is shaded light blue; bottom of image is stylized blue/green image of earth

The earthaccess Python library provides an easy way to search, download, or stream NASA Earth science data using a few lines of code.

square image with grid of 8 squares showing new options for exploring FIRMS

NASA’s Fire information for Resource Management System (FIRMS) released an expanded User Interface (UI) for both FIRMS Global and FIRMS US/Canada.

Image of table with information sheets, stickers, and other items; sign with word "Data" in center.

The Exhibit Hall at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting is the perfect location to explore the more than 100 petabytes of NASA Earth science data—and pet a puppy.

A three-dimensional AGU logo welcomes attendees to the conference center.

NASA Earth Science Data Systems (ESDS) Program team members are sharing the latest advances in open science at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting.

Image of presentation at NASA Hyperwall with lecture attendees in foreground; banner with "NASA Science" hanging from ceiling

Activities will highlight the use of advanced concepts to prototype, develop, and test data and information systems for Earth observations.

The NASA Hyperwall shows data at AGU

Presentations, posters, and eLightning sessions cover topics ranging from satellite data processing and analysis to environmental applications and climate research.

A crowd watches a NASA scientist present in front of the Hyperwall

Attend an IMPACT presentation, session, or town hall at the American Geophysical Union's 2023 Annual Meeting.

Satellite image of Columbia Glacier, Alaska, with blue glacier amidst green landmass

The new issue is packed with stories about our projects and accomplishments in 2023.