We envision a world where environmental scientists can use cutting-edge data analytics to explore global environmental change using big data through a diverse range of perspectives.

We democratize access and use of cutting-edge data analytics by partnering with environmental scientists in academia and industry (public and private). We advise and facilitate use of  novel analytics approaches including machine learning, deep learning, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, as well as bayesian and frequentist statistics for model-based prediction and inference.

We use scalable scientific computing including supercomputers and cloud services from commercial and government providers. As big data users we inform use cases and work with cyberinfrastructure providers to understand scientific use cases and test their environments as early adopters.

Together these efforts enable use of cutting-edge data science to explore global environmental change as it relates to Earth Lab key science focii.


Featured Work:

Making it easier to gain insight from Big climate data
Seamless User Experience to Cloud Processing
Fire perimeter datasets for every country on Earth


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With a growing reliance on machine learning to help find patterns in the ever-growing volumes of environmental data, we utilize cutting-edge analytics such as statistics, deep learning, and artificial intelligence.

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Open source software can create data tools that streamline data access, pre-processing, and curation into standard formats that enable custom, value-added analytics.

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We use novel analytics for curating cross-scale datasets that integrate these observations to help us better resolve and understand underlying ecological processes.

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Modern science sometimes requires computers with much more power than is available from your average personal computer. At Earth Lab we develop and deploy our analyses in cloud environments to more easily scale our science.

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Ty Tuff

Earth Lab

Drones equipped with high resolution multispectral and RGB cameras can observe the natural environment at a much finer spatial and temporal scale than possible with most satellite imagery.

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