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an illustration showing earth from space, with a drone, graphs showing data collection, and improved models overlaid on top.
With Alabama A&M University, we are identifying opportunities to apply new remote sensing concepts to improve groundwater measurements and models.  These models can inform decisions related to agriculture, land use, human health and wellness, and geopolitical stability.
A screenshot over the florida panhandle and carribean, with dots in the ocean representing spare salinity monitors.
We are developing a compact and encapsulated optical salinity sensor to enable more distributed and persistent monitoring of the ocean’s 3D structure.
A map of the United States with areas colored on a scale from yellow to dark red, indicating drought severity.
Climate modeling / impact prediction / adaptation
We are developing a neural network using data derived from satellite measurements of temperature and humidity to improve drought monitoring and forecasting.
A person sits in front of a laptop. A telescope is next to him, pointed up. They are outside, with the city skyline behind them.
Climate Observation
We are collaborating with University of Wisconsin Space Science and Engineering Center to create BiPAL, a new method for identifying and mapping aerosol vertical distributions within the atmosphere.
A photo of a Google earth image of Bangladesh, with a heat map over it showing mostly red.
Climate modeling / impact prediction / adaptation
We are creating proactive, integrated decision-support tools and services that empower vulnerable frontline communities to prepare for climate impacts and minimize losses.  
A photo of an interferometer on a lab bench. A staff member is adjusting a part of it.
Climate Observation
We are investigating the use of novel imaging technologies for detecting and quantifying methane emissions in the atmosphere.

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