Who uses NASA Earth science data? Dr. John Wilkin, to study coastal ocean circulation, marine ecosystem processes, and the occasional rock lobster.
The rock lobster is responsible for some of Dr. John Wilkin’s first work with satellite data. As a scientist at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Australia, Dr. Wilkin was part of a research team that...Date:
Newly redesigned PO.DAAC State of the Ocean (SOTO) visualization tool, version 4.0.0
We are pleased to announce the newly redesigned PO.DAAC State of the Ocean (SOTO) visualization tool, version 4.0.0, now available online at https://podaac-tools.jpl.nasa.gov/soto...Date:
JPL SMAP Sea Surface Salinity (SSS) CAP V3.0 Dataset released
The PO.DAAC is pleased to announce the availability of the PI-produced V3.0 SMAP Sea Surface Salinity (SSS) and extreme winds data from the JPL Climate Oceans and Solid Earth Group.Date:
Monthly average Sea Surface Temperature (SST) anomaly
Shown is the May 2015 monthly average Sea Surface Temperature (SST) anomaly showing 'the Blob' of record warm temperatures in the Pacific Ocean. This image was generated by PO.DAAC using NASA's Multi-Scale Ultra-High Resolution (MUR) SST dataset...Date:
New PO.DAAC Ocean Story, "Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG)"
Why pay attention to Greenland? Greenland's ice sheets are melting and contributing to global sea level rise. There is enough ice on Greenland that global sea level can rise by 6 meters if it were all to melt.Date: