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Disaster assistance, ecological accounting, health and air quality research, collaborations with people using NASA data worldwide, and support of new and upcoming Earth science research is all on display at the Applied Sciences participation in the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU).

NASA Earth Science Division Director Karen St. Germain presenting at the NASA Hyperwall at the AGU Exhibit Hall. Credits: NASA

The entire NASA Earth Science exhibit is free and open to the public: NASA Earth Science Virtual Exhibit.

Overview of all NASA research presented at the meeting, Dec. 13-17 at the following website: NASA at AGU Fall Meeting.

DEVELOP team member Ryan Hammock presenting at the AGU poster session. Credits: NASA

A compilation of the AGU-related activities by SERVIR, the collaboration between NASA and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) can be viewed at this Google spreadsheet

A highlight of the 2021 AGU meeting was the return of Ignite. This innovative, in-person presentation of science results is sponsored by the. Applied Sciences Program. 

Dalia Kirschbaum, chief of the Hydrological Sciences Laboratory at NASA Goddard, presenting on Disasters program area work and hurricane data. Credits: NASA

The NASA Disasters program area overview of AGU activities is available at this website: The NASA Disasters Program at AGU 2021.

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Poster session at AGU Meeting. Credits: American Geophysical Union

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