Results of a NASA-funded pilot study to develop satellite-derived indicators in three issues areas—ambient air pollution, coastal eutrophication, and biomass burning—are presented, in the context of what makes an indicator that passes muster with policy and technical audiences, and the underlying satellite data and methodologies. Part of the monthly NASA Earthdata Webinar Series that highlights NASA EOSDIS data products and data access tools.
February 10, 2016
SEDAC has led a global effort under ICSU CODATA's Global Roads Data Development Task Group. The SEDAC Global Roads Open Access Data Set (gROADS) version 1 is one outcome. In preparation for gROADSv2, SEDAC has led an effort to validate the data contributed by some two million volunteers through OpenStreetMap. This Webinar explores the outcome.
December 2, 2015
A simple, online tool for estimating the population living in proximity to hazardous events as well as human settlements and major facilities such as dams and nuclear power plants. The Hazards Mapper displays near-real-time data on earthquakes, fires, air quality, and, for the U.S., flood and tornado warnings. Part of the monthly NASA Earthdata Webinar Series that highlights NASA EOSDIS data products and data access tools.
February 1, 2015
Gridded Population of the World (GPW) is a global, high-resolution population data collection produced by the NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC). Part of the monthly NASA Earthdata Webinar series that showcases NASA EOSDIS data products and data access tools, this Webinar focuses on the development of GPW, improvements to this fourth version, research and policy applications, and methods. Also available via Adobe Connect.
December 1, 2014
Using the results of a climate vulnerability mapping exercise for Mali, West Africa, as an example, this video describes how SEDAC data were integrated with NASA data to produce a decision support tool for the US Agency for International Development (USAID).
November 1, 2013