NASA Earth Sciences - Climate Resilience Data Challenge

December 8, 2014
From satellites hundreds of miles above the earth to field work right here on the ground, scientists and engineers collect an immense amount of data to understand our planet. Much of the data chronicles the current state of our Blue Marble, feeds scientific endeavors to understand the geophysics, and aids in our ability to anticipate future risks. This open data is freely available and holds the potential of spurring innovative efforts to affect smart and positive change.
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