Data from NASA’s OB.DAAC helps scientists like Dr. Zachary Erickson study the ocean’s role in the global carbon cycle
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.
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.
Data from NASA’s GES DISC helps scientists like Dr. Nadia Smith build and improve retrieval systems that provide important information to climate scientists and meteorologists around the globe.
Data available from NASA’s LP DAAC helps scientists like Dr. Robert Wright develop systems for autonomously detecting volcanic eruptions from space.
Data from NASA’s SEDAC helps researchers like Professor Laura Kurgan study the ways in which urban spaces are structured, shaped, and transformed by conflict, and identify the ideological assumptions behind many data visualization projects.
Salinity data from NASA’s PO.DAAC helps Dr. Kyla Drushka investigate sea surface salinity and the circulation and structure of the ocean.
Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Data from NASA’s ASF DAAC helps scientists like Dr. Steve Bowman provide Utah’s citizens with timely scientific information about the state’s geologic hazards.
Data from NASA’s NSIDC DAAC helps scientists like Dr. Melinda Webster study sea ice and overcome the challenges of working in the Arctic’s inhospitable environments.
NASA’s wide range of atmospheric datasets help scientists like Dr. Qing Liang monitor and simulate concentrations of trace gases that impact ozone in the atmosphere.
NASA’s wide range of ecological and atmospheric datasets help scientists like Dr. Walker gain insight into how Earth’s terrestrial ecosystems respond to global change.
NASA EOSDIS 2020 Data User Profile Yearbook showcases scientists, researchers, managers, and educators and the datasets that make their work possible.