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Learn How Dr. Sparkle Malone Uses ORNL DAAC Data

Headshot of Sparkle Malone in the field.

Dr. Sparkle Malone uses NASA data including the ORNL DAAC Global Subsets Tool and Daymet data for her research on carbon fluxes in the Everglades.

Dr. Sparkle Malone, uses NASA data to explore how a changing climate impacts ecosystem structure and function.

Remote Sensing and Invasive Species

Graph of research publications over time.

Searching for the term remote sensing and words related to invasive species (invasive, nonnative, exotic, or nonindigenous) in Google Scholar reveals an increasing number of publications each year using these terms.

A new Earthdata article describes how researchers are using remote sensing to map invasive species.

Improved Global Subsets Tool for MODIS/VIIRS Land Products

Screenshot fo the Global Subsets Tool.

The MODIS/VIIRS Global Subsetting and Visualization Tool streamlines the use of MODIS and VIIRS land product data.

Responsive design with multiple products and site ordering features now available in Global Subsets Tool for MODIS/VIIRS Land Products.

SMAP NEE Data for Research Sites

Fixed Sites Subsetting and Visualization Tool

The Fixed Sites Subsets Tool provides customized, pre-processed, subsets and visualizations of land products for selected field and flux tower sites around the world.

The Fixed Sites Subsets Tool now provides pre-processed subsets of SMAP Net Ecosystem Exchange data, in addition to many VIIRS and MODIS products, at research sites around the world.

NASA Earth Observing Data and Tools Aid International Education

Dr. Don McNeil uses the ORNL DAAC’s Global Subsets Tool.

Dr. Don McNeil and his students analyzing data in the classroom. The projected wall image on the left shows the result of a MODIS data subset using the ORNL DAAC’s Global Subsets Tool. The projected wall image on the right shows thematic maps of daily land surface temperature increase in North and South America and Antarctica using a laterally rotated Mollweide Earth projection. Image courtesy of Dr. McNeil.

Dr. Don McNeil and students at Prince of Songkla University in Thailand use NASA Earth observing data to study environmental change.

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