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Registration open for the NASA-ISRO SAR Mission Applications Workshop: Linking The Applied Science Community to Mission Data
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Registration is now open for the "NASA-ISRO SAR Mission Applications Workshop: Linking The Applied Science Community to Mission Data," scheduled Oct. 13-15.

This workshop will focus on constructing a five-year roadmap for developing the suite of products and software to support the needs of the diverse NISAR applied science end-user community and to clearly establish guidelines with regard to project support of applications and data latency to clearly set expectations.

A full day SAR training session will be offered to participants on Tuesday, Oct. 13, followed by the two-day workshop Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 14 and 15.

Registration is now open! Visit nisar.jpl.nasa.gov for more information on the NASA InSAR Satellite Mission (NISAR).

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AEG Foundation: Quilt progress!
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From Jane Gill-Shaler, RG, AEG Foundation Director: "Our Quilt Team is making great progress on the 'Pittsburgh Before Pittsburgh' quilt. We needed more hand dyed fabric to fill in some of the brighter fall colors, and they are being produced as we speak.

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DC sinking fast, adding to threat of sea-level rise
University of Vermont via ScienceDaily
New research confirms that the land under the Chesapeake Bay is sinking rapidly and projects that Washington, D.C., could drop by six or more inches in the next century — adding to the problems of sea-level rise. This falling land will exacerbate the flooding that the nation's capital faces from rising ocean waters due to a warming climate and melting ice sheets — accelerating the threat to the region's monuments, roads, wildlife refuges and military installations.
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University of Wyoming researcher discovers groundwater modeling breakthrough 84 years in the making
University of Wyoming
A University of Wyoming professor has made a discovery that answers a nearly 100-year-old question about water movement, with implications for agriculture, hydrology, climate science and other fields. After decades of effort, Fred Ogden, UW's Cline Chair of Engineering, Environment and Natural Resources in the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering and Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, and a team of collaborators published their findings in the journal Water Resources Research this spring.
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Geology of the Pilanesberg ring dike complex
NASA via Phys.org
While big game animals such as lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and water buffaloes draw most visitors to Pilanesberg National Park, the land these animals live on is just as compelling. Pilanesberg is located in one of the world's largest and best preserved alkaline ring dike complexes — a rare circular feature that emerged from the subterranean plumbing of an ancient volcano.
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