New Orleans, LA - ClimateEngine will be at the American Geophysics Union (AGU) Fall meeting from Dec 11 - Dec 15, 2017 in New Orleans, LA. Team members Britta Daudert and Katherine Hegewisch will be in attendance at the Desert Research Institute (DRI) booth in the exhibit area showing off Climate Engine from 9:30-5:00 Tues-Thurs and 9:30-1:30 on Fri. Come by and see us for some hands-on demos and instruction with Climate Engine.Read More
Sioux Falls, SD - ClimateEngine is at the PECORA20: Observing a Changing Earth conference in Sioux Falls, SD Nov 13-16,2017. Team member Justin Huntington will be giving a talk on Climate Engine during the conference.
Washington DC - Climate Engine attended the Famine Early Warning System (FEWS) Science meeting in Washington DC on September 6-8 2017. Team members Justin Huntington and Katherine Hegewisch presented a talk to the FEWS science meeting. After the meeting, Katherine Hegewisch hosted a 1.5 hr workshop to African FEWS field scientists on using Climate Engine.Read More
Reno, NV - Climate Engine had a coding week at the Desert Research Institute (DRI) from August 7-11, 2017 to work on known Climate Engine issues and make progress on new features coming soon.
It was a great week for team bonding which finished with a pizza night with family members followed by 4-wheel roller skating at the Roller Kingdom. Justin Huntington impressed us all with his backwards skating, waltz jumps and 80s groove.Read More
Mountain View, CA - Climate Engine attended the 2017 Google Earth Engine Summit in Mountain View,CA on Jun 12-14,2017. Team member Katherine Hegewisch gave a 3-minute lightning talk (slides, talk). The summit was 3 days of workshops and networking opportunities.
The talk is posted on YouTube here.Read More
San Francisco,CA - Climate Engine was at the American Geophysical Union's Fall 2016 meeting in San Francisco Dec 12-17, 2016. Team member Katherine Hegewisch participated in Google's special AGU session: Working Towards A Living Dashboard of the Planet by giving a laptop demonstration of Climate Engine.Read More
Amherst, MA - Climate Engine attended the National Climate Science Center's Graduate and Early Career Training in Amherst, MA on Nov 2-3, 2016. Team members Britta Daudert and Katherine Hegewisch presented Climate Engine on a laptop at the Tools Cafe of the event.Read More
Mountain View, CA - Climate Engine attended the Google Earth Engine User Summit 2016 at the Googleplex in Mountain View, CA on June 14 - 16, 2016. Team member Dr. Justin Huntington gave a plenary talk where he spoke about 'Monitoring Drought with Google Earth Engine: From Archives to Answers'.Read More
Santa Barbara, CA - Climate Engine attended the FEWS-NET Science Meeting in Santa Barbara, CA from April 6- 7, 2016. Team member Justin Huntington and Katherine Hegewisch both presented talks on Climate Engine and Climate Engine's FEWS application.Read More
Washington DC– Climate Engine attended the 2016 White House Water Summit held in Washington, DC on March 22,2016. Team members Katherine Hegewisch and Britta Daudert traveled to DC to attend the event. Climate Engine unveiled their commitments during the event and unveiled the Climate Engine tool publicly.Read More
Corpus Christi, TX- Climate Engine attended the annual 2016 Society of Rangeland Management Meeting in Corpus Christi, TX on Feb 1, 2016. Team member Katherine Hegewisch presented a 20-minute talk on Weather Tools for Rangeland Restoration and Rehabilitation in the Western USA, in which we featured Climate Engine.Read More
San Francisco, CA - Climate Engine attended the American Geophysical Union (AGU) conference in San Francisco, CA in December 2015. Team member Katherine Hegewisch gave a 20 minute presentation on the Google Hyperwall in the exhibits area of the conference.Read More
San Francisco, CA - Climate Engine attended the American Geophysical Union (AGU) conference in San Francisco, CA in December 2014. The Climate Engine team gave two talks on the Google Hyperwall in the exhibits area of the event. Team member Charles Morton gave one talk and Katherine Hegewisch, Britta Daudert and Alex Peterson gave the other.Read More
In a White House press release launching the President’s Climate Data Initiative, DRI was mentioned as a stakeholder in the Administration’s commitment to increase partnerships on climate change research. DRI’s role in the White House Climate Change Initiative falls under its private sector commitments. Researchers at DRI, along with colleagues from University of Idaho and University of Nebraska, will work with Google to create new web-based drought mapping and monitoring tools for the entire continental United States in near real-time and model water consumption by agriculture and natural vegetation across the globe.Read More