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/.
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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