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Stephanie Schollaert Uz
Goddard Space Flight Center
Algal bloomWater securityWater qualityFood securityResource management
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#1Jennifer L. Wolny (Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police)H-Index: 7
#1Jennifer Wolny (Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police)H-Index: 4
Last. Richard P. Stumpf (NOAA: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)H-Index: 35
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Harmful algal bloom (HAB) species in the Chesapeake Bay can negatively impact fish, shellfish, and human health via the production of toxins and the degradation of water quality. Due to the deleterious effects of HAB species on economically and environmentally important resources, such as oyster reef systems, Bay area resource managers are seeking ways to monitor HABs and water quality at large spatial and fine temporal scales. The use of satellite ocean color imagery has proven to be a benefici...
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#1Stephanie Schollaert Uz (GSFC: Goddard Space Flight Center)H-Index: 2
Last. Ali OmarH-Index: 29
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The Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem (PACE) mission will include a hyperspectral imaging radiometer to advance ecosystem monitoring beyond heritage retrievals of the concentration of surface chlorophyll and other traditional ocean color variables, offering potential for novel science and applications. PACE is the first NASA ocean color mission to occur under the agency’s new and evolving effort to directly engage practical end users prior to satellite launch to increase adoption of this...
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Last. Nancy F. GlennH-Index: 30
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Surface Biology Geology Community Workshop; June 12, 2019 - June 14, 2019; Washington, DC; United States
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#1Amy McNally (UMD: University of Maryland, College Park)H-Index: 13
#2Sean McCartney (GSFC: Goddard Space Flight Center)H-Index: 2
Last. Stephanie Schollaert Uz (GSFC: Goddard Space Flight Center)H-Index: 2
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In a globalizing and rapidly-developing world, reliable, sustainable access to water and food are inextricably linked to each other and basic human rights. Achieving security and sustainability in both requires recognition of these linkages, as well as continued innovations in both science and policy. We present case studies of how Earth observations are being used in applications at the nexus of water and food security: crop monitoring in support of G20 global market assessments, water stress e...
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#1Stephanie Schollaert Uz (GSFC: Goddard Space Flight Center)H-Index: 2
#2Alex C. Ruane (GISS: Goddard Institute for Space Studies)H-Index: 32
Last. Brad Doorn (NASA Headquarters)H-Index: 1
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Global food production depends upon many factors that Earth observing satellites routinely measure about water, energy, weather, and ecosystems. Increasingly sophisticated, publicly available satellite data products can improve efficiencies in resource management and provide earlier indication of environmental disruption. Satellite remote sensing provides a consistent, long-term record that can be used effectively to detect large-scale features over time, such as a developing drought. Accuracy a...
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#1Ivona CetinićH-Index: 16
#2Hugo BerthelotH-Index: 13
Last. P. Jeremy WerdellH-Index: 25
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