My NASA Data Presents "Earth Data At Your Fingertips" to NASA SEES Participants
Elizabeth Joyner and Maria Royle, from NASA Langley, presented to 15 students and teachers affiliated with the University of Toledo's NASA STEM Enhancement in Earth Science (SEES) program on July 7, 2021. They presented a variety of NASA Earth data resources including My NASA Data, NASA Earth Observatory, Worldview, NASA Earth Observations (NEO). These data portals and tools will be incorporated by the participants in their capstone projects centered on topics related to Urban Heat Islands.
“NASA has such a wealth of information and data sources, including satellite imagery and associated data, that are fantastic to share with these high-achieving students. I look forward to seeing how they pull some of NASA's resources into their research projects on the topic of the Urban Heat Island Effect (UHIE). Thanks so much to Elizabeth Joyner with NASA Langley for visiting our group and walking us through each resource! The students were excited to have a NASA employee join our group for the afternoon.” ~Sara Mierzwiak, University of Toledo