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DEVELOP Wise County Center Lead, Jordan, visits the NASA Langley SR-22 at the Lonesome Pine Airport in Wise county, VA!
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Do you love remote sensing and want to know how your skills can contribute to mitigating real-world environmental issues? Apply to DEVELOP! Fall 2015 applications are NOW OPEN through July 3rd!
Ready to Apply? Here are some things you need to know.
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NASA DEVELOP provides opportunities for participants that can't be found in a classroom. Read this article to see how DEVELOP and Earthzine's Virtual Poster Session help promote real-world environmental solutions!
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Are you at #IGTF15? DEVELOP is! Come by our session, Applications of NASA Earth Observations, Wednesday May 6 from 1:30-3:00 in the Grand Ballroom, Salons I & J!
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The results are in! And the Spring 2015 Earthzine VPS winner is... the Ames Navajo Nation Climate project!
Congratulations also go out to the Wise Peru Disasters project as runner-up. Check out their videos here: Navajo Nation Climate: http://earthzine.org/2015/04/04/arc-navajo-nation-climate/ 
Peru Disasters: http://earthzine.org/2015/04/04/wc-peru-disasters/.
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What is your favorite place on Earth? DEVELOP wants to wish you a HAPPY EARTH DAY by sharing our favorite locations around the world with you. #NoPlaceLikeHome
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Tune in TONIGHT for No Way Back: Charting Irreversible Climate Change with Jason-3. Join Dr. Joshua Willis at NASA JPL for a live discussion and online chat about Jason-3, sea level rise, and anything from Mars rovers to discoveries in the universe. Visit http://www.ustream.tv/NASAJPL2 for tonight's event at 7pm PST (10pm EST)!
<b>Upcoming Event: Charting Irreversible Climate Change with Jason-3 Feb. 12, 7 p.m. PT (10 p.m. ET, 0300 UTC)</b> As humans drive Earth's climate into a new regime, it is critical to keep our fingers on the pulse of the planet. Sea level rise is both a stark reminder of our impact on the climate and its impact on us. The oceans capture over 90 percent of the heat trapped by greenhouse gases, expanding as they warm. They also collect water from ...
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Does any one see the irony that 1 rocket shot dumps more crap in the air than 10 families could produce in a decade. 
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Want to join the DEVELOP team? Apply for the Fall 2015 term by July 3rd! The fall term starts on September 14th and ends November 20th.
Ready to Apply? Here are some things you need to know.
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Interested in agriculture? Want to see how the DEVELOP program helped put Virginia on the fine-wine map? Check out this Washington Post article to find out!

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/virginia-politics/from-space-nasa-shows-virginia-vineyards-how-they-really-look/2015/05/16/378ee906-fb22-11e4-9030-b4732caefe81_story.html
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Congratulations to all DEVELOPers who presented today at #ASPRS #IGTF15!
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Let the word out! Tomorrow is the LAST DAY to comment on Spring 2015 Earthzine videos! The overall winner will be announced on May 3rd. Stay tuned.
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The results are in! Round 1 of the VPS competition has its winners for each category. 
Check out the videos here and leave a comment or question for teams by April 29th! The overall winner will be announced on May 3rd.

Category 1: Assessing Agriculture and Ecosystems
Taking Droughts from Earth to Space: http://earthzine.org/2015/04/04/iri-uruguay-agriculture-ii/

Category 2: Monitoring Wetlands and Mitigating Floods
Ain’t No River Wide Enough to Keep ArcSWAT from Getting to You, Peru: http://earthzine.org/2015/04/04/wc-peru-disasters/

Category 3: Analyzing Air Quality and Habitat Health
Who Started the Fire? The Distribution of Vegetative Fuels in Southeast Idaho: http://earthzine.org/2015/04/04/gsfc-idaho-disasters-ii/

Category 4: Managing Water Resources and Restoration
Beyond a Shadow of a Drought: Remote Monitoring in the Navajo Nation: http://earthzine.org/2015/04/04/arc-navajo-nation-climate/

Category 5: Monitoring Water Quality and Hydrology
Blooms and Buoys: Monitoring Lake Erie from the Ground Up: http://earthzine.org/2015/04/04/arc-lake-erie-water-resources/

Category 6: Responding to Natural Disasters and Environmental Changes
Fired up for Radar!: http://earthzine.org/2015/04/04/jpl-california-disasters/
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DEVELOP is a NASA Science Mission Directorate Applied Sciences training and development program. Participants work on Earth science research projects, are mentored by science advisors from NASA and partner agencies, and share their research results with local communities. DEVELOP research projects demonstrate to community leaders the application and importance of NASA science measurements and predictions in addressing policy issues.