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Two students in the Department of Geographical Sciences have been recognized by the Graduate School for their outstanding performances as graduate assistants: Ruohan Li, who has won the Outstanding Research Assistant Award, and Jingjing (Elle) Xu, who has won the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award.
On the latest episode of the American Geophysical Union's (AGU) 'Third Pod from the Sun' podcast, GEOG researcher Chris Justice discusses his work using satellite data to tackle global food security.
GEOG Associate Research Professor Louise Chini has been named a member of the Climate Forcings Task Team of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP), a long-term international collaborative effort that brings together scientists from around the world to improve knowledge of climate change.
Since its first satellite launched in 1972, NASA and the USGS' jointly operated Landsat program has transformed how we view the Earth and it's changing surface. The Landsat program has allowed for changes in forest cover, polar ice caps, and urbanization around the world to be monitored and mapped for the last 50 years.