INTERACTIVE EXPLORATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS ON PLANET EARTH


This Interactive Communities exhibit gives participants an opportunity to learn how researchers, policy analysts, educators, decision-makers, and students use an umbrella of computer graphics and scientific computing techniques to examine environmental concerns. Four research groups and one educational program present real-time demonstrations of the latest visualization and decision support tools for environmental and earth sciences exploration:


Theresa-Marie Rhyne
Lockheed Martin
U.S. EPA Scientific Visualization Center
4201 Building - 2nd Floor
79 Alexander Drive
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709 USA
+1.919.541.0207
+1.919.541.3967 fax
trhyne@vislab.epa.gov


Primary Collaborators

Polly Baker
National Center for Supercomputing Applications

Gloria Brown-Simmons
The GLOBE Program

Peter Kochevar
DEC/San Diego Supercomputer Center

John Rasure
Khoral Research Inc.


Contributors

Dudley Bromley, Manager
Mark Bolstad
Tom Boomgaard
Al Bourgeois
Todd Plessel
Penny Rheingans
Dan Santistevan
Lockheed Martin - U.S. EPA Scientific Visualization Center
Becky Bishop
Khoral Research Inc.
Horace Mitchell, Manager
John Cavallo
Paul Diggins
Raul Garza-Robles
William Krauss
Kevin Mahoney
Pamela O'Neil
Shahram Shiri
Cynthia Starr
James Strong
Raymond Twiddy
Richard White
Mitchell Weiss
GLOBE Program - NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
Fritz Hasler, Manager
Zahid Ahmed
Jeff de La Beaujardiere
Marit Jentoft-Nilsen
Barbara Mones-Hattal
Public Use of Remote Sensing Data Project


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