April 2021: The Today Show interviews Liza Goldberg about her work with Google to create Google’s Timelapse feature, which visualizes the impact of climate change.
February 2021: NBC News interviews Liza Goldberg about her work with climate change and with Cloud to Classroom
January 2021: Nob Hill Gazette features Liza Goldberg as a Mover and Shaker, reviewing her work at NASA and with Cloud to Classroom
December 2020: Liza Goldberg featured on Stanford Today to talk about her work with Clouds to Classroom
October 2020: NOVA PBS features Dr. Fatoyinbo and Dr. Stovall in their stream “Can We Cool the Planet”
September 2020: Liza Goldberg interviewed for Washington Post article about mangrove loss and Global Loss Drivers
August 2020: Liza Goldberg’s work on Global Mangrove Loss Drivers was featured on NASA’s Explore Earth page.
July 2020: Liza Goldberg was featured in the Spring class of 2020 National Geographic Young Explorers
October 2019: Dr. Stovall’s work studying tree mortality during extreme drought events was featured in EOS Earth & Space Science News.
April 2019: Liza Goldberg was feature on Google Earth’s blog for her use of Google Earth Engine to create apps like EcoMap, which will make our data more accessible to a variety of users.
February 2019: Dr. Fatoyinbo’s work to measure mangrove canopy height was featured in Inside Science. The article describes the field work she and Dr. Simard conducted in Gabon to gather validation data (Picture Credit: NASA).
December 2018: Science published a news article discussing the use of GEDI for future projects studying mangrove height and aboveground carbon storage (Picture Credit: Brusini Aurelien)