Research is an integral part of training the next generation of Scientists, Engineers and Social Scientists in NOAA mission sciences. CREST research provides experiential learning opportunities for undergraduate students and is a key component of graduate training leading to Masters and PhD degrees. Through research projects, CREST faculty and students engage with scientists and engineers at NOAA and NOAA Contractor, as well as industry, local and state stakeholders, and the broader academic community.

A key objective across all CREST research projects is to inspire CREST students to engage in interdisciplinary research that supports NOAA’s leading role in environmental stewardship.

CREST research is in four interconnected Themes that address NOAA high priority long-term goals, with a strong focus and expertise on remote sensing observations and applications,advanced observing technologies and systems, and big data analysis. It also respond to the NOAA need for improved “Observing, Modeling and Engaging” capabilities.

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