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Post Hurricane Willa

Cool Wake associated with Willa

Blue colors show cool sea surface temperature anomalies of 2 degrees Kelvin associated with the passage of hurricane Willa.

PO.DAAC Webinar: Goodbye FTP, New Ways to Access NASA's Physical Oceanography Data at PO.DAAC

Jessica Hausman, Data Engineer, Dr. Lewis John McGibbney, Data Scientist and Engineer and Ed Armstrong, Senior Data Engineer participated in a NASA Earthdata webinar on October 24, 2018,...

SOTO captures Hurricane Willa

Hurricane Willa captured by SOTO on October 22 prior to making landfall.

Hurricane Willa captured by SOTO

SOTO captures Hurricane Willa in a true color image from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer onboard the Aqua platform.

Hurricane Michael captured by SOTO

SOTO in Action! A true color image of MODIS overlaid on SST Anomaly in the Gulf as Hurricane Michael made landfall on October 10, 2018.

CUAHSI 2018 Biennial Colloquium

Jessica Hausman representing PO.DAAC at the CUAHSI 2018 Biennial Colloquium in Shepherdstown, West Virginia July 29 - August 1.
10,000 views

Thank you for the 10,000 Views!

We are pleased to announce that the number of viewers/downloads of the data recipe for gridded dataset subsetting has reached over 10,000 as of July 2018.

PO.DAAC Webinar: Don't Pass the Salt! NASA's Salinity Mission Continues with SMAP

Dr. Thomas Meissner, Dr. Vardis Tsontos and Dr. Jorge Vazquez participated in a NASA Earthdata webinar on August 8, 2018, entitled "Don't Pass the Salt! NASA's Salinity Mission Continues...

2018 JPL Open House

PO.DAAC showcased visualization capabilities at the 2018 JPL Open House. "A Ticket to Explore JPL" was a huge success with approximately 25,000 visitors.

19th International GHRSST Science Team Meeting (GHRSST XIX)

Dr. Jorge Vazquez representing PO.DAAC at the GHRSST Science Team Meeting in Germany this week from June 4 - 8, 2018.

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