Researchers at JPL develop and use remotely sensed data products and measurements for sea level change analysis, as well as Earth system models for ocean and ice. They focus on improving current estimates of sea level change and its contributions using remotely sensed data.
Earth scientists at JPL conduct research to characterize and understand the atmosphere, land, and oceans on our home planet to make better predictions of future changes. Research is carried out in laboratory studies, aircraft, balloon, ground and space-based observations, theoretical modeling, and data analysis.
JPL researchers focus on observing and understanding total land water storage, soil moisture, surface water (rivers and lakes), and snow.
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