Mar 9, 2016
AfriSAR in Gabon
Scientists blog about collecting tree structure and soil moisture measurements in Lope National Park, Gabon
Jan 23, 2016
Tecnologia de la NASA se usara en zonas protegidas
Ministerio de Cultura accede a imgaenes en alta definicion de area intangible de Nazca, gracias a un convenio internacional
Aug 24, 2015
Disaster Prevention in a Gulfstream
Earthquakes, volcanoes, mudslides: Airborne radar watches all the ways the earth moves.
Jul 29, 2015
NASA Surveying Effort Tracks Gulf Coasts Changing Wetlands
UAVSAR is part of a multi-instrument mission that studies vegetation and hydrology in Louisiana's marshes.
Jul 28, 2015
NASA launches mission to Greenland
The Ka-band instrument GLISTIN-A will be part of NASA's OMG (Oceans Melting Greenland) mission whose goal is to study Greenland's ice sheet.
Feb 27, 2015
UAVSAR investigators featured on BBC article about sinkholes
JPL researchers Ronald Blom and Cathleen Jones talked to BBC about their work on mapping sinkholes in Louisiana with UAVSAR imagery.
Feb 11, 2014
NASA completes radar study of Icelandic glacier winter movement
The cold of an Icelandic winter did not stop one NASA science aircraft from completing a mission to map glaciers in Iceland.
Dec 19, 2013
Surprise: Louisiana Sinkhole Slid Sideways Before Collapsing
UAVSAR detected Louisiana sinkhole a month before it collapsed.
Jul 3, 2013
JPL Partners with DWR to Scan Levees from the Sky
The California Council on Science and Technology wrote an article about Dr. Cathleen Jones's work using UAVSAR data to map Levees and Subsidence in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
May 29, 2013
Sizing Up Galeras
When studying volcanoes, detecting even the slightest movements of the land surface can tell a lot about what is happening below.
Apr 30, 2013
NASA Radar Collects GLISTIN Ice and Glacier Data
Glaciers, sea ice and snow were the focus of a recent airborne Earth science study using NASA's UAVSAR.
Apr 25, 2013
Penetrating Tree Cover to See the Forest Floor
Tropical forests and wetlands are some of the most compelling and important areas of study for Earth scientists and ecologists, but they are notoriously hard to penetrate on foot or from the air.