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NESDIS 2022 AGU Presenters
- 10:00 AM, Claire McCaskill
- 12:00 PM, Istvan Laszlo
- 12:00 PM, Robert Redmon: Artificial Intelligence Meets Earth and Space Science: Convergence to Address Grand Challenges I
- 2:45 PM, Jane Zeng: Monitoring Methane Emissions by Sentinel-2, Landsat, Worldview-3, and TROPOMI
- 8:00 AM, Nicolas Arcos: Tsunami Data from Landslide Sources
- 2:45 PM, Greg Hammer: Increasing Engagement with NOAA Content Using Instagram Reels: Best Practices
- 3:45 PM, David Easterling: How Well Do CMIP6 Models Simulate Heavy Multi-day Precipitation Events?
- 5:09 PM, Dan Lindsey: Planning for Future Earth Observations: How GeoXO Will Expand Geostationary Measurements
- 5:51 PM, Dimitrios Vassiliadis: Developing New and Updated Coronal and Heliospheric Data Products for NOAA’s Upcoming Space Weather Follow On Program
- 6:45 PM, Shobha Kondragunta: A26E-01 Regional Advanced Baseline Imager and Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite Emissions (RAVE) for Air Quality Model Applications
- 3:45 PM, Nancy Ritchey: Promoting Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Across the Earth Science Information Community
- 4:00 PM, Doug Kluck: U36A. Climate Services in the Central U.S.: Serving Agriculture and Water Sectors in a Changing Climate
- 4:45 PM, Carrie Morrill: Blending Paleoclimate Data with Observations for a Long-Term Perspective on Hydroclimatic Extremes
- 9:00 AM, Ryan Berkheimer: DTE-FS: Describing A Model Based System Specification for a Digital Twin Earth Framework
- 10:00 AM, Nancy Ritchey: Making Dataset Quality Information FAIR – Supporting Open-Source Science and Enhancing (re)Use and Trustworthiness of Scientific Data
- 2:45 PM, Michael Pavolonis: The NOAA/NESDIS Next Generation Wildland Fire System: Actionable Information for Timely Decision-making
- 3:45 PM, Elsayed Talaat: NOAA’s Space Weather Observations to Provide Continuous Operational Space Weather Capability
- 4:45 PM, Kenneth S Casey: Progress on NOAA’s Next-Generation Cloud Archive
- 6:15 PM, Nancy Ritchey: Progress on NOAA’s Next-Generation Cloud Archive