Rapid Prototyping Capability

for Earth-Sun System Sciences

NASA MRC RPC Review

Monday, March 2, 2009


Time Principal Investigator Institution
and
Start Date
Presentation
0830 Robert Moorhead, Valentine Anantharaj, and Patrick Fitzpatrick
MSU
(2/2007)
A Rapid Prototyping Capability Experiment to Evaluate CrIS ATMS Observations for Urban Modeling Applications
0855 Robert Moorhead, Valentine Anantharaj, and Georgy Mostovoi
MSU
(2/2007)
A Rapid Prototyping Capability Experiment to Evaluate Potential Soil Moisture Retrievals of Aquarius Radiometer
0920 Nicolas Younan, Roger King, and Surya Durbha
MSU
(2/2007)
RPC Experiment Proposal - "Using Simulated OCO Measurements for Assessing Terrestrial Carbon Pools in Southern United States"
0945 Break
1000 Greg Easson and Robert Holt
UM
(2/2007)
Evaluating Next Generation NASA Earth Science Observations for Image Fusion to Enable Mapping Variation in Soil Moisture at High Resolution
1025 Greg Easson
UM
(2/2007)
Integration of NASA Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Data Product with the Hydrologic Engineering Center - Hydrologic Modeling System
1050 Henrique Momm
UM
(2/2007)
Evaluation of the Integration of a Virtual Evapotranspiration Sensor Based on VIIRS and Passive Microwave Sensors into the Annualized Agricultural Non-Point Source (AnnAGNPS)
1115 Robert Moorhead, Valentine Anantharaj, and QiQi Lu
MSU
(2/2007)
Evaluation of GPM Precipitation Estimates for Cross-cutting Earth Science Applications via Land Data Assimilation Studies
1140 Robert Moorhead, Valentine Anantharaj, and Jenny Du
MSU
(2/2007)
Optimizing GPM Precipitation Estimation Using High Resolution Land Surface Modeling for Decision Support
1205 Lunch
1300 Fazlay Faruque
UMMC
(2/2007)
Development of Rapid Prototyping Capability (RPC) to Evaluate Potential Uses of NASA Research Products and Technologies to Estimate Distribution of Mold Spore Levels over Space and Time
1325 End Day


Supplemental Review - Wednesday, June 3, 2009


Time Principal Investigator Institution
and
Start Date
Presentation
Stephan Howden
USM
(2/2007)
Simulating the wind and sea-surface roughness effects on Aquarius Sea Surface Salinity Retrievals: Evaluating alternative models to correct for the effects of the rough sea surface on L-band radiometer emission and scattering
Gregory Carter and Dan Holiday
USM
(2/2007)
Using MODIS Aqua, SeaWiFS and In Situ Data for the Assessment of Harmful Algal Blooms in the Northern Gulf of Mexico
For more information, please contact the Principal Investigator, Dr. Robert Moorhead.