Challenger Learning Center Horizons Lecture
Let it Rain and Snow: Global Precipitation Measurement for Science and Society
NASA Project Scientist for the Global Precipitaiton Measurement satellite
Skofronick-Jackson is the NASA Project Scientist for the Global Precipitation Measurement satellite that allows for rain and snow estimates every 30 minutes. Knowing where, when and how precipitation falls is crucial for understanding the linkages between the Earth’s water and energy cycles and is vital for monitoring precipitation induced hazards such as floods, landslides, and hurricanes. Dr. Skofronick-Jackson has devoted more than 25 years to precipitation science with a focus on falling snow investigations. Visit the Tallahassee Scientific Society (www.tallysci.org website to obtain tickets.