NOAA CoastWatch Annual Science Meeting hosted by East Coast Node
17 September 2021 -
East Coast Node is hosting this year's NOAA CoastWatch
Annual Science Meeting, scheduled for
27-30 September 2021. This year's meeting is node-hosted, with
stronger programming emphasis on supporting regional stakeholders and users.
Next year's meeting is planned for College Park, MD
with emphasis on STAR science team support.
3 August 2021 -
STAR's body of research since 2004, comprising over 2500 papers, reports,
books, & datasets in over 300 journals, just surpassed 100,000 citations
this last month. More about STAR research.
NOAA Team Member of the Month:
17 June 2021 -
STAR congratulates NOAA's May 2021 team member of the month,
Stacy Bunin. Stacy has been with NOAA for
the last four with STAR. A critical member of the STAR team,
Stacy is a scientist and program manager who provides broad
support to a diverse set of STAR activities. In her role as
program manager for the Research and Technology Maturation
for the Exploitation of Emerging Technologies task, Stacy
manages roughly a dozen contractors and oversees a number
of scientific and technical activities, ranging from
satellite data assimilation to website design.
Congratulations to "Sammie" Finalist Coral Reef Watch's Mark Eakin
11 May 2021 -
The Partnership for Public Service has released the finalists for
their prestigious Service to America Medal (Sammie), which honors
exceptional accomplishments within the Federal service. Nominated
in the Paul A. Volcker Career Achievement Category, Mark Eakin, Ph.D.,
current team member and former coordinator of NOAA Coral Reef Watch
at NESDIS STAR. Mark is being recognized for leading the development
of a satellite-based monitoring system that
provides accurate forecasts and early warnings to environmental
officials worldwide when rising ocean temperatures threaten
the health of coral reefs. Congratulations Mark!
12 November 2019 - This video was
commissioned by STAR in conjunction with the 70th International Astronautical Congress held in Washington
DC from October 21 to 25 2019. It features STAR Director Harry Cikanek, SMCD Director Satya Kalluri,
STAR Principal Scientist Sid Boukabara, STAR Physical Scientist and altimetry expert Deirdre Byrne and
STAR Physical Scientist and GLM specialist Scott Rudlosky talking about ways that STAR transforms
satellite information into useful products for the Nation and indeed the world.
17 September 2021 - This year’s CoRP
Science Symposium will be held virtually
November 1 & 2 at the Cooperative Institute for Research
in the Atmosphere (CIRA) of Colorado State University in Fort Collins,
CO. The Symposium brings together members from the NOAA and academic
community to discuss the latest developments in satellite remote sensing
research and applications. The Symposium targets multidisciplinary
research with a focus on early-career scientists and is part of a
larger strategy to promote federal and academic partnerships and collaborations.
This year’s event will focus on building stronger connections between NOAA's
Cooperative Institutes and Cooperative Science Center faculty and students
to promote a more diverse NOAA workforce in the future, with an emphasis
on students, postdocs, and junior scientists as conduits for collaboration.
To participate, please register (free) on the symposium website.
Registration adds you to a mailing list for further information and updates about the Symposium.
19 May 2021 -
OceanView 1.0 (OV) is a web-based visualization application
delivering integrated display of remote sensing, in situ,
and model output data over oceans, coastal waterways, and
inland bodies of water. Today's release is the culmination
of nearly two years of work, starting from vision to design, development, and
implementation. OceanView's release follows a rigorous
development and beta testing period beginning this past winter.
Rebuilding relationships on coral reefs: Coral bleaching knowledge-sharing to aid adaptation planning for reef users: Bleaching emergence on reefs demonstrates the need to consider reef scale and accessibility when preparing for, and responding to, coral bleaching
Ainsworth TD, Leggat W, Silliman BR, Lantz CA, Bergman JL, Fordyce AJ, Page CE, Renzi JJ, Morton J, et al.