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A recent article in the online environmental journal EcoWatch included contributions from the Ecological Forecasting program area. Titled "Ocean Scientists Create Global Network to Help Save Biodiversity," the article highlights a global effort, co-led by NASA Ecological Forecasting, to encourage the integration of biological measurements across the international community in an integrated marine biodiversity observation system for use by managers and researchers.

Data visualization of sea surface currents and temperatures
This data visualization shows the Gulf Stream stretching from the Gulf of Mexico to Western Europe. It was produced by NASA's Science Visualization Studio using model output from the joint MIT/JPL project titled "Estimating the Circulation and Climate of the Ocean, Phase II (ECCO2)."

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Tagged: Capacity Building, Disasters, Ecological Forecasting, Food Security & Agriculture, Health & Air Quality, Water Resources
By: Aariana Maynard
Tagged: Capacity Building, Disasters, Ecological Forecasting, Food Security & Agriculture, Health & Air Quality, Water Resources