For his two proposals on the use of EO to identify the environmental dependence (seasonality or not) of COVID-19, and to improve the understanding (dynamics) and prediction of COVID-19 and its multi-sectoral, multi-dimensional impacts on societies and the global environment, Dr. Sushel Unninayar (617/MSU) was presented with a “NASA@WORK--Recognition of Excellence” award by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine in May 2020. His proposals were titled “Understanding, quantifying, and predicting the seasonality (or not) of COVID-19 using EO/RS and global earth system models” and “Understanding and monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on UN Sustainable Development Goals with EO/RS and earth system models.” (Note: EO/RS stands for Earth Observation/Remote Sensing.) Congratulations, Dr. Unninayar!
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Tan contributes to Earth Observatory item on Thunderstorms over Lake Victoria
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