NASA Applied Sciences Program & Federation of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP): “Help! – Where Do We Start With Evaluating Our Projects?”


Carol Meyer, Earth Science Information Partners
Ana Prados, NASA
Lawrence Friedl, NASA


The NASA Applied Sciences Program funds the utilization of NASA Earth Science data in organizations’ policy, business, and management decisions. Applications range from climate adaptation , to agricultural efficiency, to monitoring of air and water pollution with satellite imagery. The Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) is a network of earth scientists and data providers from across the public, private, and academic sectors working to improve and develop best practices in earth science data and information sharing and dissemination to applied end-users. NASA and ESIP are seeking to integrate evaluation techniques into applied environmental research and data sharing projects as a means to better measure the impact of remote sensing data and information to end-user decision making activities. The discussion session will include Case Studies of evaluation needs for ESIP and current earth science research and data management/sharing projects.

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  1. Matt
    16 June 11, 8:48am

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