March 31, 2020
Thanks to help from two centers located in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Natural Resources, information from the NASA GRACE-FO satellites is being used to produce and share first-of-its-kind global maps of topsoil, root zone soil and groundwater moisture, as well as 30-, 60- and 90-day forecasts of wet and dry conditions across the continental United States.
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NDMC, CALMIT help launch latest drought monitoring and forecast products utilizing NASA satellite observations
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