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SVS Ocean CO2 Flux with Wind Stress
Credit: NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio

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.

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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.

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"Global Science & Technology is a Science Driven,
                 Technology Company offering Creative Solutions."

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Career Opportunities

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.

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Project Spotlight

GST and the NOAA Climate Data Records Program

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Global Science & Technology, Inc. is proud to announce it will support the Climate Data Record (CDR) Program for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) located in Asheville, NC.

The CDR Program seeks to provide a comprehensive set of size- and time-relevant records for the detection, analysis, and prediction of climate change. The climate records created would come from remotely sensed and in situ measurements. Ultimately, the program’s goal is to help better inform the public and enable them to plan and respond to climate-related events in a more effective and timely manner. 

NCDC is the world’s largest active archive of climate data. NCDC produces numerous climate publications and responds to data requests from all over the world. NCDC operates the World Data Center for Meteorology co-located at NCDC in Asheville, NC, and the World Data Center for Paleoclimatology located in Boulder, CO.

NCDC supports a three-tier national climate services support program. Program partners include: NCDC, regional climate centers, and state climatologists.

For more information, please click the link to check out the

NOAA NCDC CDR Program website.

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