Space & Aerial Technology

Remote sensing imagery is widely used in disaster response due to its easy accessibility and timeliness and can clearly reflect changes in features caused by earthquakes using pre- and post-earthquake image comparisons.
PhysOrg, Omicron Technology Ltd
Cover Journal of Hydrology
The goal of this study is to advance the modeling of global rainfall erosivity by integrating satellite-based erosivity estimates with gauge data.
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies (Elsevier)
Satellite view of the wildfires in a field
Built from IBM’s collaboration with NASA, the model is designed to convert satellite data into high-resolution maps of floods, fires, and other landscape changes to reveal our planet’s past and hint at its future.
IBM Corporation
WMO has welcomed the release of the first image from Europe’s newest weather satellite, which reveals conditions over Europe, Africa and the Atlantic with an extraordinary level of detail.
World Meteorological Organization
Portuguese firefighters extinguish a wildfire outside Guimarães
The bushfire outlook for many parts of Australia has changed drastically over the past decade. Environmental conditions have transformed, producing larger and more destructive bushfires.
Conversation Media Group, the
Scientists also need to work on developing new models & identifying earthquake precursors, says a senior official at workshop held in New Delhi Wednesday.
The Print
If you want to track changes in the Amazon rainforest, see the full expanse of a hurricane or figure out where people need help after a disaster, it’s much easier to do with the view from a satellite orbiting a few hundred miles above Earth.
Conversation Media Group, the
Palestinian houses flooded with rainwater following heavy rains in Rafah in southern Gaza Strip, on February 8, 2023.
Rising global temperatures drove the shift in weather extremes, analysis of satellite data found.
Grist Magazine
Menacing cloud over the sea
Tens of thousands of thunderstorms may rumble around the world each day, but accurately predicting the time and location where they will form remains a grand challenge of computer weather modeling.
Pennsylvania State University