Read stories about how Applied Sciences program areas and projects have an impact on people every day — both in the United States and around the world.

Whether it’s to better understand current management practices and maintain more diverse wetland habitats, protect public health after a two-week fire created an unhealthy smoke cloud or help farmers plant cover crops to stem the flow of harmful runoff into the Chesapeake Bay — NASA Earth-observing data can be used for various issues communities face around the world.

These are just a few examples of the Program’s impact. Immerse yourself in these and other stories to experience our work firsthand.

Capacity Building
By
Jacob Ramthun
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Helen Parache, (Regional Science Coordination Lead, SERVIR Amazonia)
Disasters
By
Sierra Steele, NASA Disasters Science Writer Intern
Capacity Building
By
Jacob Ramthun
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Vanesa Martin
Agriculture
By
Lia N. Poteet
Risk & Resilience
Disasters
By
Gabriella Lewis, NASA Disasters
Health & Air Quality
By
Lia N. Poteet
Risk & Resilience
Disasters
By
Gabriella Lewis, NASA Disasters
Ecological Forecasting
By
Aries Keck
Ecological Forecasting
By
Lia N. Poteet
Disasters
By
Lia N. Poteet