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Science and Application Team Meeting - November 2022

ECOSTRESS Science and Application Team Meeting - November 2022
15 - 17 November 2022
Virtual Meeting 8:00am - 5:20pm (Tue), 8:30am - 12:00pm (Wed), 8:30am - 1:30 (Thurs) (Pacific Time),


Tuesday, 15 November 2022
Time Title - Speaker
8:00 AM Welcome and Introduction to ECOSTRESS - Simon Hook, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
8:10 AM Welcome to ECOSTRESS Science and Applications Team Meeting - Keith Gaddis, NASA Head Quarters (HQ)
8:20 AM Update from NASA Earth Science Division - Karen St Germain/Jamie Wicks, NASA HQ
8:50 AM HQ update - Mike Obland, NASA HQ
9:00 AM An Overview of Collection 2 Products from Level 1 to Level 4 - Gregory Halverson, JPL
9:10 AM Overview of ECOSTRESS Science and Applications - Kerry Cawse-Nicholson, JPL PDF File
9:40 AM L2 Project Manager Overview and Build 7 Notes - Dana Freeborn, JPL
9:55 AM L1 Calibration and Geolocation - Tom Logan, JPL PDF File
10:10 AM Lightning Talks
Hadi Jafaar, Utah State University
Marcela Rosas Chavoya, Universidad Juarez del Estado de Durango
Yubin Li, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
10:30 AM Break
10:45 AM L2 Land Surface Temperature and Emissivity + Cloud Mask - Glynn Hulley, JPL PDF File
11:00 AM Spatial Timeseries for Automated high-Resolution multi-Sensor data fusion (STARS) - Maggie Johnson, JPL PDF File
11:15 AM Early ET validation results - AJ Purdy, California State University, Monterey Bay
11:30 AM High Spatio-Temporal-Spectral Thermal Remote Sensing - Jeffrey Luvall, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
11:45 AM Improving geolocation of nighttime ECOSTRESS imagery over areas with dynamically changing landcover - Agnieszka Soszynska / Christoph Hecker, University of Twente, ITC PDF File
12:00 PM European ECOSTRESS Hub - Kanishka Mallik, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
12:15 PM Lunch
1:30 PM NASA Water Resources and Agriculture Program Updates - Brad Doorn, NASA HQ
1:40 PM Land Cover/Land Use Change (LCLUC) - Krishna Vadrevu, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
1:50 PM Terrestrial Hydrology Program - Jared Entin, NASA HQ
2:00 PM Closing Discussion - Simon Hook, JPL
2:15 PM LP DAAC Overview - Aaron Friesz, LP DAAC USGS
2:25 PM LP DAAC Day 1 Workshop - LP DAAC Team Mahsa
5:30 PM Day End


Wednesday, 16November 2022
Time Title - Speaker
8:30 AM Validating ECOSTRESS in a southwestern pine-oak forest: Impacts of Wildfire on Evapotranspiration - Helen Poulos, Wesleyan University PDF File
8:45 AM Coastal Surface Temperatures from ECOSTRESS - Daniel Otis, University of South Florida, College of Marine Science PDF File
9:00 AM ECOSTRESS meets Eddy Covariance Tower Arrays: Can This Synergy Reveal the Enigma of the Dyadic Advection - Tianxin Wang, University of California, Berkeley
9:15 AM EMIT/ECOSTRESS synergies - Phil Brodrick, JPL
9:30 AM How does water use efficiency influence biomass accumulation in regenerating tropical forests? - Savannah Cooley, JPL
9:45 AM I.C.E. C.R.E.A.M.: Integrating Communication of ECOSTRESS into Community Research, Education, Applications, and Media - Josh Fisher, Chapman University
10:00 AM Break
10:15 AM Update - Christopher Doughty / Gregory Goldsmith, Northern Arizona University,
10:25 AM Lightning Talks
Zoe Von Allman, Chapman University

Michael Pazmino / Elena Pilch, Western Tennessee NASA DEVELOP PDF File
10:30 AM Semi-arid forest restoration treatments improve drought resiliency: ECOSTRESS-based assessment - Temuulen Sankey, Northern Arizona University PDF File
10:45 AM Remotely Sensing Crop Stress in the U.S. Corn Belt - Brian Hornbuckle, Iowa State University PDF File
11:00 AM Quantifying (near) global ecosystem vulnerability to drought with ECOSTRESS - Ben Poulter / Andrew Feldman, NASA GSFC
11:15 PM Harnessing ECOSTRESS to assess diurnal dynamics of urban thermal environments and their impacts on heat-related health risks - Leiqiu Hu, University of Alabama
11:30 PM Thermally Sensitive ECOSTRESS Evapotranspiration Model Ensemble Evaluation and Development - Gregory Halverson, JPL
11:45 PM Towards Enhancements in ECOSTRESS Products for Quantifying Ecosystem Evapotranspiration and its Partitioning for Key Southern US Forests- An example from Santee Experimental Forest - Sudhanshu Sekhar Panda, University of North Georgia / Dr. Amatya, USDA Forest Service
12:00 PM

Close for the day


Thursday, 17November 2022
Time Title - Speaker
8:00 AM Networking and Discussion - Simon Hook, JPL
8:30 AM Widespread race and ethnicity disparities with respect to social and environmental inequity issues - Soe Myint, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University PDF File
8:45 AM An ECOSTRESS environmentally informed West Nile virus risk assessment - Nicholas DeFelice, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
9:00 AM Identifying and quantifying urban heat mitigation and environmental justice disparities with ECOSTRESS - Glynn Hulley, JPL
9:15 AM Heat and Desiccation Risk Prediction in Intertidal Shellfisheries - David Wethey, University of South Carolina
9:30 AM Fine resolution characterization of water stress in New York City urban forests with ECOSTRESS - Nick Steiner, City College of the City University of New York
9:45 AM Break
10:00 AM Lightning Talks
Frederico Rabuffi, Instituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia
Corisa Wong, Stanford University
Devansh Desai, Silver Oak University
10:15 AM Water-balance succession following wildfires in Great-Basin shrublands, Scott Allen, University of Nevada, Reno / Andrew Felton, Montana State University
10:30 AM Using ecostress to understand the role of diffuse light on vegetation - Allison Steiner, University of Michigan
10:45 AM Redefining droughts for the U.S. Corn Belt: quantification of the impacts of soil aridity and atmospheric aridity on agroecosystems using ECOSTRESS LST and ET products - Kaiyu Guan, Univeristy of Illinois PDF File
11:00 AM Fire Driven Changes in Landscape Water Use - Madeleine Pascolini-Campbell / Colin Raymond, JPL PDF File
11:15 AM Water-use and Land-cover change detection using ECOSTRESS and OpenE - Yun Yang, Mississippi State University
11:30 AM Quantifying ECOSTRESS LST errors resulting from unmasked cirrus clouds and developing techniques to remove thin cirrus effects in surface temperature data products - Bo-Cai Gao, Naval Research Laboratory
11:45 AM Discussion: Senior Review Preparations - Simon Hook, JPL
12:15 PM Discussion / Close Out - Simon Hook, JPL
12:45 AM Lunch
1:15 AM LP DAAC Office Hours - LP DAAC Team Gregory Halverson
1:30 PM Closing Remarks and End of November 2022, SATM