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Life after people

BAYTOWN, Texas — Man may win individual battles against it, but nature always has the upper hand.

As a lifelong Gulf Coast region resident and current Houstonian, believe me. 736 more words

Gulf Coast

Women In STEM: Meet Ey Abellana.

Historically, women have been underrepresented in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and many women pioneers have seen their work credited to men, their contributions in STEM… 1,521 more words


NASA, ISRO to Jointly Launch a Satellite That Will Help Monitor Climate Change & Study Earthquakes

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and US space agency, NASA will jointly launch a satellite to monitor climate change and deformations in the Earth’s crust. Named NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar, or NISAR, the satellite will help study earthquakes and their patterns. 342 more words

Remote Sensing

Open Source Software related to Geoscience and Remote Sensing

There are various software available (commercial as well as open source/freeware) for processing Geospatial data. Here is the alphabetical list of open source software related to Geoscience and Remote Sensing. 286 more words

Remote Sensing

Climate change and the moving north pole: science and fairy tales

“Did you hear that climate change is even affecting the position of the north pole? Is that true?”, I was asked yesterday. And today, I found in my twitter feed: 357 more words

Mary's Page

A Hidden Map Between Sensor and Shooter: The Point Positioning Data Base, Part Three

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Between 1990, when the first GPS-guided missiles were used in war, and 2001, when the United States began its invasion of Afghanistan, GPS guidance for weapons went from a niche technology used only by a few systems to one of the US military’s favorite techniques. 786 more words