Data User Profiles

Each profile demonstrates how and where Earth observation data are being used for research and applications.

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Thumbnail image of Dr. Wang standing outside a sea plane in daytime.
Sep 29, 2022

Data from NASA’s PO.DAAC help scientists like Dr. Jida Wang monitor the state of surface water resources around the globe.

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Aug 24, 2022

Data from NASA’s Crustal Dynamics Data Information System help Dr. Sharyl Byram find the exact coordinates of any point on Earth.

Headshot of Dr. Zhong Lu, Southern Methodist University
Jul 27, 2022

Data from NASA’s ASF DAAC helps scientists like Dr. Zhong Lu develop satellite radar remote-sensing techniques for studying geohazards.

Headshot of Tom Parris
Jun 29, 2022

Data from NASA’s SEDAC help Thomas Parris assess the impact of water stress on agriculture, industries, and people around the globe.

Dr. David Thoma
May 20, 2022

Data from NASA’s LP DAAC help Dr. David Thoma determine how climate change will impact natural resources on National Park System lands.

Kristin Poinar
Apr 28, 2022

Data from NASA’s NSIDC DAAC helps scientists like Dr. Kristin Poinar develop the next generation of models for forecasting sea-level rise from melting glaciers and ice sheets.

headshot of abigail nastan
Mar 24, 2022

Data from NASA’s Atmospheric Science Data Center helps system engineers like Abigail Nastan develop engaging new ways of partnering with data users to maximize the benefits of NASA Earth science missions.

headshot of dr bob holz against a door
Feb 24, 2022

Data from NASA’s LAADS DAAC help Dr. Robert Holz develop algorithms and data products for studying aerosols and clouds.

This is an image of Kevin Schaefer.
Jan 27, 2022

Data from NASA’s ORNL DAAC helps scientists like Dr. Kevin Schaefer detect climate-induced thawing of permafrost throughout the Arctic.

Dr. Zachary Erickson
Dec 21, 2021

Data from NASA’s OB.DAAC helps scientists like Dr. Zachary Erickson study the ocean’s role in the global carbon cycle

Headshot of Dr. Margaret Glasscoe.
Nov 18, 2021

NASA’s Land, Atmosphere Near real-time Capability for EOS (LANCE) helps scientists like Dr. Glasscoe assess risks and responses to natural hazards on a global scale.

Headshot of Dr. Anna Wilson, Field Research Manager at the Center for Western Weather and Water Extremes, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego.
Oct 28, 2021

Data from NASA’s GHRC DAAC helps scientists like Dr. Anna Wilson develop accurate representations of atmospheric rivers to increase forecast accuracy and improve weather model outputs.