Updated: Dec 19, 2019
Take a break and explore those posts we have shared with you throughout the week below. Read on!
Every child deserves access to healthy food, and every family should have the right resources to make this possible. For that reason, we're teaming up with cyclist Phil Gaimon to raise money for No Kid Hungry and Chef's Cycle. View the full announcement here.
We would bet that your team is missing at least one of these 8 key elements for successful Data Management plans. The question is - which one will you work to implement today? Learn more here.
As for those practices that fall through the cracks? They can tell us a lot about our data, our teams, and our needs.
Satellites can "see the sea" in ways that are otherwise impossible. Dive in to this week's DailyBrainCandiii post on NOAA's next generation of geostationary weather satellites and how they can improve the data we work with and the decisions we make.
Satellites are amazing tools for observing the Earth and the big blue ocean that covers more than 70 percent of our planet... Using satellites, NOAA researchers closely study the ocean. Information gathered by satellites can tell us about ocean bathymetry, sea surface temperature, ocean color, coral reefs, and sea and lake ice. Scientists also use data collection systems on satellites to relay signals from transmitters on the ground to researchers in the field—used in applications such as measuring tidal heights and the migration of whales. Transmitters on satellites also relay position information from emergency beacons to help save lives when people are in distress on boats, airplanes, or in remote areas.
One look at historical prices for Natural Gas vehicle fuel compared to gasoline, diesel, and propane shows a trend: Natural Gas fuel prices are consistently less-expensive and less volatile. Learn more in this week's DailyBrainCandiii post.
#DailyBrainCandiii and #WeekliiiRoundUp are inspired by brain candiii, a division of Integrated Informatics that develops Geographic Information System (GIS) training for Energy and Natural Resources professionals.