Dr. Philip Ardanuy weighs in on weather satellite collaboration

In an interview with the Christian Science Monitor, INNOVIM’s Chief Science Officer, Dr. Philip Ardanuy, shared his thoughts on the benefits of a collaboration between the European and the U.S. weather satellites.

The European Space Agency and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) launch satellites at different times of the day, providing the equivalent of a 24-hour weather surveillance system.  This continuous surveillance helps provide a more accurate view of the impeding weather, and helps provide a more accurate forecast.

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Earth Day is Every Day at INNOVIM

On April 22nd 1970, 20 million Americans took to the streets and parks and playgrounds to advocate for environmental reforms being promoted by both Republicans and Democrats. Earth Day was born out of this bipartisan movement and at INNOVIM we embrace this model of stewardship in our daily work.

Under the OPSTECH contract, we supported the development of the Climate.gov website, which earned two Webby awards in 2014. This highly respected internet destination explains climate science in an accessible ...

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