The Giovanni News is an email newsletter sent approximately every quarter month to members of the Giovanni News mailing list. The newsletter reports on events of interest, new Giovanni features, and other news relevant to the Earth science community and Giovanni users. We welcome your suggestions!
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Volume 1—2008 Newsletters
Release 126.96.36.199—Rain in Maryland; South China Sea paper; meeting presentations
Release 188.8.131.52—Aerosols over India; Olympic air quality; citizen science workshop
Release 3.0.7—Papers in IEEE journal; new Giovanni brochure; Fall AGU meeting presentations; AMS short course; recent volcanic activity
Volume 2—2009 Newsletters
Release 3.0.8—New published papers; exploring the MERRA instance; reduced rainfall in mid-Atlantic states; CARSON Project kickoff event; MODIS Aqua Collection 5.0.1 data; using alternate palettes
Release 184.108.40.206—Fetcher upgrade, changes to instances; What's a fetcher?; Sarychev Peak eruption; summer in southern Greenland; remote sensing training in Costa Rica; rain in Spain trends
Global Land Data Assimilation System; Monsoon Asia Integrated Regional Study; new publications; updated GPCP data; teacher workshop; fires in California
Special issue with short summaries of 2009 AGU Fall Meeting presentations related to Giovanni and the GES DISC
Volume 3—2010 Newsletters
GES DISC presentations at GISS; More followers (and more fun!) on Twitter; ESSEA annual meeting enhances educational module collaboration; In the classroom: visualizing tropical storm tracks; Featured Giovanni interface: OMI; 2010 Giovanni publication count update; The eruption of Kasatochi: Giovanni used to observe effects on phytoplankton, marine birds
Volume 4—2011 Newsletters
Preview the next-generation Giovanni in YOTC; Early returns on 2011 publications; Ocean Color Radiometry updates data products; DICCE gets rollin'; Using Giovanni to monitor the world’s coffee growing regions; Giovanni set to music; April 2011 storms cause record flooding, tragic tornadoes; Bridging the gap between NASA hydrological data and the geospatial community
New Giovanni home page; Namibia coastal sulfur plumes; 8-day ocean data; Giovanni publication count growing; Portrait of a heat wave; Selected @nasa_giovanni tweets; Giovanni in Puerto Rico; OMI NO2 shows fires & pollution
Editor's Note; Autumn rush for Giovanni articles; summaries of GES DISC presentations at 2011 AGU Fall Meeting
Volume 5—2012 Newsletters
June 2012 (PDF)
Editor's Note; Greg Leptoukh: Looking back at his life, looking forward with Giovanni; Jamaica's Donovan Campbell in the 2011 Sensing Our Planet annual; The First G4: Aerostat; Another record number of Giovanni publications in 2011; SeaWiFS Deep Blue aerosol data in Giovanni; High spatial resolution land surface data in Giovanni; Announcement: The Gregory L. Leptoukh Online Giovanni Workshop
December 2012 (PDF) (2nd December 2012 issue)
Proceedings of the 2012 Gregory G. Leptoukh Online Giovanni Workshop are online; post-Christmas Giovanni publication count established new annual record (again); Aerosol Express release lets researchers try out Giovanni-4; MODIS-Aqua 10-year ocean color climatology enables anomaly analysis
Volume 6—2013 Newsletters (new monthly format)
July 2013 (PDF)
Editor's Note; Research Highlight - Study of Lake Manyara; DUST workshop in the Shenandoah mountains; OMI NO2 image of wildfires in Colorado; monthly graphic.
August 2013 (PDF)
Editor's Note; Research Highlight - Window of Opportunity to Eliminate Cholera in Haiti; Sea Ice Decline in the Bering Sea; Giovanni-4 Development Update; monthly graphic.
September 2013 (PDF)
Editor's Note; Research Highlight - Ultrafine Particle Concentrations; Workshop on Giovanni and Public Health; Giovanni-4 Development Update; Rim Fire smoke plume and U.S. Census population map; monthly graphic.
October-November 2013 (PDF)
Editor's Note; Research Highlight - Galapagos Indicator of El Niño; Overlay of Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) Multi-satellite Precipitation Analysis – Real Time (TMPA-RT) Precipitation Data on a MODIS true-color image of Super Typhoon Haiyan; Giovanni-4 Development Update; monthly graphic.
December 2013 (PDF)
Editor's Note; Day-by-day schedule of presentations given by GES DISC staff at the AGU 2013 Fall Meeting, with short summaries of presentations in which Giovanni is featured.
Volume 7—2014 Newsletters