NASA Names Holloway as National H-AQAST Leader
Health and Air Quality Applied Science Team (H-AQAST) will connect advanced Earth observations with decision-maker needs.
Let Them Eat Bugs! Sustainable Food of the Future?
Valerie Stull and Rachel Bergmans investigate the potential for edible insects such as mealworms to provide a sustainable year-round protein source for food insecure populations.
Capstone Students Create Food Waste Cookbook
Students in a course taught by Holly Gibbs and Tyler Lark created a recipe book to help people cook with food scraps and leftovers.
Kucharik Lab Project Featured in WPT Documentary
Yahara 2070 is a research project that asks what might the Yahara Watershed surrounding Madison look like in the year 2070.
September 09, 2016
Holloway to Give Invited Talk at International Atmospheric Chemistry Meeting, 9/26/16
SAGE Professor Tracey Holloway will be speaking on the first day of the conference on "Energy, Air Quality, and Urbanization”.
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August 09, 2016
Congratulations to the Newest SAGE Ph.D., Dr. Alex Karambelas!
Alex’s thsis is entitled " Examining Energy-Sector Impacts on Ambient Air Pollution in the United States and India Using Models and Observations” and her advisor is professor Tracey Holloway.
2016 · Remote Sensing of Environment
How Universal Is the Relationship between Remotely Sensed Vegetation Indices and Crop Leaf Area Index? A Global Assessment
2016 · Land
Smallholders, Agrarian Reform, and Globalization in the Brazilian Amazon: Cattle versus the Environment
2015 · International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation
Global rain-fed, irrigated, and paddy croplands: A new high resolution map derived from remote sensing, crop inventories and climate data