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NOAA-NESDIS Award Increase for CICS-M

On September 11, 2018, NOAA NESDIS approved a request by the Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites (CICS-M) to increase their funding limit by $12,706,738 to cover award activities through the project end date of June 30, 2019. CICS provides expertise in atmospheric science, climate, hydrology, applied mathematics, biology, and other scientific fields covered by the University of Maryland and the CICS Consortium.

The Cooperative Research Program (CoRP) of NESDIS' Center for Satellite Applications and Research (STAR) manages a coast-to-coast research coalition of the federal government and universities. CoRP's branches, Institutes and its Center work together on remote sensing of the environment in these focus areas:

  • Conduct investigations of the Earth with satellite observations
  • Design observing systems for satellites
  • Develop algorithms, products and applications for satellite data
  • Simulate new observations from satellites
  • Calibrate the data from new instruments, and calibrate one satellite with another
  • Design new processing systems (such as data compression)
  • Verify the accuracy of satellite data and data from the field


Data, algorithms, and images presented on STAR websites are intended for experimental use only and are not supported on an operational basis.  More information

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