Spatial patterns of the (a) mean annual total particulate matter (TPM) from fire emissions during fire seasons from 2015 to 2020 and (b) TPM from fire emissions in October 2015 across Indonesia. Areas marked with green lines represent peatland areas. Source: Lu et al. (2022).
10-minute fire emissions within 0.1-degree regularly spaced intervals across Indonesia from July 2015 to December 2020.
Dr. Kyla Dahlin enjoys some field work near the NEON flux tower on the property of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee. Dahlin is also a member of the ORNL DAAC’s User Working Group (UWG), which supports the DAAC by recommending dataset acquisitions, developing value-added products, and enhancing user support. Credit: Aaron Kamoske.
Michigan State Scientist uses NASA's Earth Science datasets to better understand how remote sensing can improve predictive ecological models.
A map showing the ground tracks for the airborne campaign with a table summarizing each flight. The colors in the table match those shown in the ground tracks. Image is from the related dataset Abshire et al. (2022).
In situ airborne measurements of atmospheric chemistry from 2017-07-20 to 2017-08-08 over Alaska, US, and the Yukon and Northwest Territories of Canada.