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Dr. Andmorgan Fisher, right, and Dr. Michael Anderson, left, conduct testing of small water purification equipment and the bleach generator at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows.
Martha Kiene, division chief with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Geospatial Research Laboratory, was selected as an Army 2019 Joint Women's Leadership Symposium Meritorious Service Award recipient at the 32nd annual Joint Women's Leadership Symposium in Washington, D.C.
U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Geospatial Research Laboratory, Data and Signatures Branch researchers recently received a notice of patent for a system that will be used with the ERDC-developed Water Diagnostics Operations Gear. The invention provides a water quality analysis system capable of making multiple simultaneous measurements of different water quality parameters and saving or transmitting this data for analysis...
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Little Rock District Executive Assistant Kathleen Payne, left, examines the Particle Imaging Camera System, which measures size and settling velocity of fine sediment, at a tour stop during kickoff week for the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s outreach program, ERDC University. Research Civil Engineer Jarrell Smith briefed the participants at the ERDC’s Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory, one of four ERDC laboratories located on the 700-acre campus in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Now in its fourth year, ERDC-U partners Corps division and district selectees with ERDC subject matter experts during six-month sessions sponsored by ERDC’s Office of Research and Technology Transfer and the Directorate of Human Capital.
It is “not sufficient to look at history for lessons on how we should prepare for and prevent future security risks in a climate change world,” said Swathi Veeravalli, research scientist at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Geospatial Research Laboratory, at the Wilson Center on January 14...

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Geospatial Research Laboratory team receives water quality patent
7/26/2019
ALEXANDRIA, Va.—A test and purify invention worthy of a patent can be used for cleaner and safer water for Soldiers serving in austere environments, thanks to a creative team from the U. S. Army...
Kiene to receive Meritorious Service Award at the Joint Women's Leadership Symposium
7/1/2019
VICKSBURG, Miss. (June 28, 2019) -- Martha Kiene, division chief with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Geospatial Research Laboratory, has been selected as an Army 2019 Joint...
Researchers awarded notice for patents
6/6/2019
U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Geospatial Research Laboratory, Data and Signatures Branch researchers recently received a notice of patent for a system that will be used with the...

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The Image Based Feature Extraction (IBFE) focuses on remote sensing techniques for agricultural crop delineation. Spectral Reflectance measurements of crop types are collected using handheld spectroradiometers; Cropscan and ASD Fieldspec. This GRL project is in collaboration with the USDA Agricultural Research Service.
Geo-centric Environment for Analysis and Reasoning (GEAR) is a web-based platform for dynamic, multi-source, collaborative geospatial multi-criteria decision analysis. GEAR is currently under development and not currently available for public use. For more information on this product, please contact GRL PAO at ERDCinfo@usace.army.mil
Geospatial capabilities for Security, Humanitarian Assistance, Partner Engagement (GeoSHAPE) is a mobile mapping product created at GRL. GeoSHAPE can be downloaded by visiting the GeoSHAPE website (http://geoshape.org/), which also provides links to articles, presentations, and information regarding each of the GeoSHAPE components. Introductory and training videos for the GeoSHAPE web and mobile applications can be found on the GeoSHAPE YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX4h_O6UQgk7KVz7R_0xMMw).
A Balloon Mapping Kit is launched. Information taken by balloon is one way in which scientists collect imagery information for geospatial crowdsourcing.
This image shows the Tangible Geospatial Modeling System (TanGeoMS) at North Carolina State University used for analyzing relationships between the morphology of elevation surfaces and dynamic landscape processes.  A flexible physical model can be modified by hand and scanned to create digital representations of altered landscapes within a geographic information system.
ERDC-TEC's Mobile Electro Optics Laboratory in use at the Patuxent River Naval Air Station's Webster Field site.
Master Teacher Stu Schultlz (left), National Center for the Advancement of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education listens as a Fairfax County Public School teacher presents one of the group’s activities, as Nancy Towne (center), Army Geospatial Center and ERDC-GRL Physical Scientist Luke Catania (right) look on.

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