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GST's Chief Scientist presented with William T. Pecora Award
GST's Darrel L. Williams, Ph.D. presented with the 2017 William T. Pecora Award for achievements in Earth remote sensing at the Pecora 20 conference on November 15, 2017
Ocean Surface CO2 Flux with Wind Stress
This animation shows results from the ECCO2-Darwin ocean carbon cycle model, which was developed as part of the NASA Carbon Monitoring System (CMS) Flux Project. The objective of the CMS-Flux project is to attribute changes in atmospheric accumulation of carbon dioxide to spatially resolved fluxes by utilizing the full suite of NASA data, models, and assimilation capabilities.
Read more about this GST/NASA joint animation and download renderings at multiple resolutions such as 2K, 4K, and Wonderwall.
Global Science & Technology, Inc. (GST), a leading innovator of scientific services and products for satellite and weather systems, has been selected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for a prime contractor award on the ProTech-Satellite Domain. The Satellite Domain is one of five domains within the Professional and Technical Support Services (ProTech) Program’s suite of contracts, with a shared $3 billion ceiling value.
MISSION AND VISION
Our mission is to apply our leading scientific and technical expertise toward solving the challenges fundamental to advanced science and technology-based enterprises.
Our vision is to capitalize on our unique knowledge and accomplishments to sustain our growth as a financially stable and responsible citizen.
"Global Science & Technology is a Science Driven,
Technology Company offering Creative Solutions."
A career at GST offers you the chance to be on the forefront of technological development, working with smart colleagues on meaningful projects. It's an opportunity to impact hundreds of millions of people around the world and leave a lasting technological legacy.
GST and the ADIS Program
Global Science & Technology’s successful Audit Detail Imaging System (ADIS) is in use in nearly every West Virginia State agency, college and university. Thus far, the system is in operation in 25 West Virginia agencies including Division of Homeland Security and the Division of Motor Vehicles. On the high education side, ADIS is in being used in 13 colleges and universities, most notably Marshall University and Fairmont State University.
The ADIS system is a software program which allows state agencies and universities to scan their invoices and send them directly to the state’s auditor’s office, eliminating multiple copies and time delays. It also saves the agency and ultimately the State of West Virginia the expense of sending the invoices through the mail. A custom web site on an agency’s server allows employees to view the transferred documents.
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