Cultivating teamwork, multi-disciplinary solutions, and open communication to bridge the gap between science and society.


Fostering rapid feasibility projects to harness ingenuity and demonstrate the applications of Earth science.


Pursuing all endeavors with energy, excitement, and enthusiasm to sustain a high level of excellence and respect.


Exploring the potential of NASA's investment in Earth science to make the extraordinary possible.

DEVELOP Spring 2017 Article Session

This spring, DEVELOP submitted 15 recent projects for publication as an article series through Earthzine. The series launched with the first article on Tuesday June 13. Check back here to see the latest articles throughout the summer.

USGS Highlights DEVELOP Project Using LandsatLinkr

USGS Highlights DEVELOP Project Using LandsatLinkr

DEVELOP's Fort Collin node has used LandsatLinkr in multiple projects to map parameters like fire history and disturbance reconstruction in Ethiopia's Bale Mountains. The LandsatLinkr utility expedites image processing and allows for a spectrally consistent product to evaluate land surface parameters. Read more here.

UGA DEVELOP Center Lead Awarded Robert G. Raskin Scholarship

The Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) has awarded the Robert G. Raskin Scholarship to DEVELOP's UGA Center Lead, Caren Remillard. The scholarship is awarded annually to a current graduate student in the Earth or computer science fields who has an interest in community evolution of Earth science data systems. The scholarship seeks to promote collaboration, research support, and exposure for talented students in the Earth or computer sciences. Congratulations Caren!

2016 Summer

138 DEVELOPers worked on 30 projects. Winning video: A Deeper Look into California's Water Resources