NASA Applied Science Leads and Learns at AGU’s 2019 Fall Meeting

Thursday, December 19, 2019 - 09:40 in Astronomy & Space

Jacob Reed of NASA’s Disasters Program sets up a VR demonstration for the Exhibit Hall at AGU’s 2019 Fall Meeting. Credit: Lia Poteet On December 9-13, 2019, the NASA Earth Applied Sciences Program attended the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in San Francisco, California. The team was there to share the breadth and depth of the ways NASA Earth Observations can be used to benefit humankind and our environment, connecting with a scientific audience who may be able to further build on those ideas and research. Africa Flores of NASA’s SERVIR program unveils a new, creative video explaining a forest monitoring tool. Credit: Lia Poteet Members of the Applied Sciences Program led sessions like “Bringing Science Down to Earth: Using Storytelling, Personal Narratives, and Multichannel Media to Advance Awareness and Use of Earth Science in Communities Worldwide,” which included a section on “Navajo Storytelling and NASA Earth Science.” Team members also gave Hyperwall...

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