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Announcing the 2nd Class of the Giovanni Image Hall of Fame

12 images selected for scientific interest and graphic presentation

Announcing the 2nd Class of the Giovanni Image Hall of Fame

Certificate awarded to Kang et al. for the image selected to the 2nd Class of the Giovanni Image Hall of Fame. Their image displayed maps created with Giovanni of MODIS aerosol optical depth and cloud data over China.

Announcing the 2nd Class of the Giovanni Image Hall of Fame

 

The February 2016 issue of The Giovanni News contains the award citations for each image selected for the Giovanni Image Hall of Fame. Every two years, images published in journal papers or generated by members of the Giovanni user community are examined for both their scientific interest and clarity of graphic presentation. The most noteworthy images are selected for the Giovanni Image Hall of Fame. Some images are selected for their relationship to newsworthy geophysical events, and others are selected as exemplary demonstrations of the use of the Giovanni system for scientific research.

 

Two years ago, the 12 images selected for the Inaugural Class of the Giovanni Image Hall of Fame were published in the January 2014 issue of The Giovanni News. The 2nd Class also has 12 images. Each image is cited for its particular significance. A certificate noting the selection was sent to the first author of each paper that included the selected image. One of the 12 images was created and directly contributed by Keith Potts, who also had an image selected for the Inaugural Class.

 
Click on the link to download the issue (PDF):
 
 
 
The selections for the 2nd Class are listed below.
 
►         For Figure 4 in the paper
Allen, S.K., Rastner, P., Arora, M., Huggel, C., and Stoffel, M. (2015) Lake outburst and debris flow disaster at Kedarnath, June 2013: hydrometeorological triggering and topographic predisposition.   Landslides, 19 May 2015.
 
►         For Figure 3 in the paper
Chew, C.C. and Small, E.E. (2014) Terrestrial water storage response to the 2012 drought estimated from GPS vertical position anomalies. Geophysical Research Letters, 4 September 2014.
 
►         For Figure 1 in the paper
Jury, M.R. (2015) Coastal climate and beach dynamics at Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique. Scientific Research and Essays, 10(1), 1-13.
 
►         For Figure 2 in the paper
Kang, N., Kumar, R., Yin, Y., Diao, Y., and Yu, X. (2014) Correlation analysis between AOD and cloud parameters to study their relationship over China using MODIS data (2003–2013): impact on cloud formation and climate change. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 15, 958–973.
 
►         For Figure 1 in the paper
Kudo, S., Tanimoto, H., Inomata, S., Saito, S., Pan, X., Kanaya, Y., Taketani, F., Wang, Z., Chen, H., Dong, H., Zhang, M., and Yamaji, K. (2014)  Emissions of nonmethane volatile organic compounds from open crop residue burning in the Yangtze River Delta region, China. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 119 (12), 7684-7698.
 
►         For Figure 6 in the paper
Liu, Z., Ostrenga, D., Teng, W., Kempler, S., and Milich, L. (2014) Developing GIOVANNI-based online prototypes to intercompare TRMM-related global gridded-precipitation products. Computers & Geosciences, 66, 168-181.
 
►         For Figure 1 in the paper
Qin, K., Wu, L.X., Zheng, S., Bai, Y., Lv, X. (2014) Is there an abnormal enhancement of atmospheric aerosol before the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake? Advances in Space Research, 54(6), 1029-1034.
 
►         For Figure 3 in the paper
Radabaugh, K.R. and Peebles,E.B. (2014) Multiple regression models of δ13C and δ15N for fish populations in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Continental Shelf Research, 84, 158-168.
 
►         For Figure 3 in the paper
Shalaby, A., Rappenglueck, B., and Eltahir, E.A.B. (2015) The climatology of dust aerosol over the Arabian peninsula. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 15, 1523–1571.
 
►         For Figure 20 in the paper
Tomasi, C., Kokhanovsky, A.A., Lupi, A., Ritter, C., Smirnov, A., O'Neill, N.T., Stone, R.S., Holben, B.N., Nyeki, S., Wehrli, C., Stohl, A., Mazzola, M., Lanconelli, C., Vitale, V., Stebel, K., Aaltonen, V., de Leeuw, G., Rodriguez,, E., Herber, A.B., Radionov, V.F., Zielinski, T., Petelski, T., Sakerin, S.M., Kabanov, D.M., Xue, Y., Mei, L., Istomina, L., Wagener, R., McArthur, B., Sobolewski, P.S., Kivi, R., Courcoux, Y., Larouche, P., Broccardo, S., and Piketh, S.J. (2014) Aerosol  remote sensing in polar regions. Earth-Science Reviews, 140, 108–157.
 
►         For Figure 4 in the paper
Viatte, C., Strong, K., Hannigan, J., Nussbaumer, E., Emmons, L., Conway, S., Paton-Walsh, C., Hartley, J., Benmergui, J., and Lin, J. (2014) Identifying fire plumes in the Arctic with tropospheric FTIR measurements and transport models. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 15, 2227-2246.
 
►         For the image entitled

"Giovanni 4 image of the TOMS aerosol index from the Nimbus 7 satellite for June 1991", created by Keith Potts.

 


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