MAPP Webinar

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Date/Time Title
October 11, 2011
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
Advances in Drought Monitoring and Prediction
Speakers and Topics: Kingtse MoNCEP/CPC
NLDAS-based drought monitoring and prediction products at NCEP

Mike EkNCEP/EMC
Enhancement of high resolution hydrological modeling on the CONUS HRAP grid using operational NOAA NCEP and NOAA OHD models / The land information system

Martha AndersonUSDA/ARS
A GOES-based drought product using thermal remote sensing of evapotranspiration
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