The ISERV Team was honored at the MSFC Annual Honor Awards Ceremonies for receiving the prestigious NASA Silver Achievement Medal.
A remote-controlled Earth-observing camera system called ISERV will be launched to the International Space Station this week.
SERVIR, NASA and USAID's joint-venture environmental monitoring system, is adding a new research and global observation tool to the ISS.
With support from USAID, NASA and CATHALAC in the context of SERVIR-Mesoamerica, the SIGMA-I pilot project was developed for the prevention and control of wildfires.
NASA and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) have agreed to expand their joint efforts to overcome international development challenges such as food security, climate change, and energy and environmental management.
SERVIR-Himalaya has successfully debuted in Kathmandu, Nepal, as the third global node in the SERVIR Regional Visualization and Monitoring System.
SERVIR-Africa and the Kenya Meteorological Department are teaming to give decision-makers flood forecasts with longer lead-times.
NASA and USAID are expanding SERVIR to the Himalayas to address critical issues such as land cover change, air quality, glacial melt and adaptation to climate change.
NASA's SERVIR continues to carry out the Spanish meaning of its name -- that being "to serve."
SERVIR's "Smog Blog" provides timely information about air pollution and its sources throughout Mesoamerica and the Caribbean.
The flood-prone city of Gonaïves, Haiti experienced deadly flooding in both 2004 and 2008, when tropical storms inundated the northeastern corner of the country.
NASA announces a new web-based product for short-term predictions of thunderstorms, lightning, and heavy rains that can result in severe floods in Central America and southern Mexico.
This year’s Charles S. Falkenberg Award was presented today to Daniel E. Irwin, an Earth scientist from NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.
NASA and its partners highlight the success of a disaster response system during the 2007 hurricane season.
NASA'S Daniel Irwin helps to build environmental monitoring systems and playgrounds in Central America.
Developed by NASA scientists, the innovative regional monitoring system is called SERVIR, a Spanish term meaning to serve.