Researchers’ New Paper Gives Overview of 20 Years of Laser-Derived Climate Data
The all-female team of scientists, including AOSC Associate Professor Sinead Louise Farrell, centralize key findings from three NASA missions.
An all-female team of scientists recently worked together to review two decades of data from three NASA satellite missions in the hopes of creating a resource that non-experts can use to understand how ice, sea levels, forests, and other aspects of Earth’s climate system have changed as the planet warms. Read the full College of Behavioral & Social Sciences article
Also see the Nature Reviews Earth and Environment paper