Learn More about NASA Earth Science Data and Services at the 2014 AGU Fall Meeting!
The NASA booth at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting is an excellent opportunity to explore the wide range of NASA Earth observing data, products, and services.
News date: 12/08/2014
Join NASA’s Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) team at the NASA booth (#2335) at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting December 15 through 19 in San Francisco! The NASA booth in the Moscone Convention Center South Hall is your opportunity to explore the wealth of NASA Earth observing data and learn about the breadth of cutting-edge research and new technologies across NASA.
Representatives from throughout NASA’s EOSDIS will be available to discuss current and upcoming Earth science data products and missions, and presentations at the NASA booth will cover a range of research topics, science disciplines, and programs. Data demonstrations will include sessions on data accessibility and data search-and-order-capabilities, and will feature selected visualizations, subsetting, and manipulation tools.
Throughout the AGU Fall Meeting, NASA scientists, engineers, and computer experts will give presentations and demonstrations on a wide range of topics at the NASA booth as well as in the Moscone South Poster Hall and in Moscone West. Scheduled presentation topics include Global Precipitation Measurement, Validation, and Applications; Airborne Observational Data; Earth and Space Science Data Facilities in a Big Data World; Using Open Source Software to Enable Scientific Analysis and Reuse of Data; and Science Data System Architectures for New Earth Science Missions and Applications.
The 2014 AGU Fall Meeting marks the 10th anniversary of the One NASA Exhibit, which unifies all NASA presentations, Centers, and missions in one large exhibit area. Along with the EOSDIS, the One NASA Exhibit will feature visualizations using the Hyperwall, a poster area, high-end computing demonstrations, and information about ongoing and upcoming NASA orbital and interplanetary missions.
NASA’s EOSDIS is a key core capability within NASA’s Earth Science Data Systems Program, and provides end-to-end capabilities for managing NASA’s Earth science data. The primary services provided by the EOSDIS are data archive, management, and distribution; information management; product generation, and user support services.
For a tentative schedule of all events at the NASA booth at the 2014 AGU Fall Meeting, please refer to the NASA booth program. For a schedule of EOSDIS related posters and presentations, visit the EOSDIS AGU Presentations page.
For more information about the 2014 AGU Fall Meeting, visit the AGU Fall Meeting website.
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