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Vasu Kilaru

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Vasu Kilaru's expertise is in Geographic Information Systems, Spatial Analysis, and satellite remote sensing particularly with respect to trying to detect ground-level fine particles using space borne instruments.

Vasu Kilaru is a scientist at the EPA’s National Exposure Research Laboratory. He works in the field of geospatial analysis and aerosol remote sensing and is an avid reader in the phenomena of abrupt climate change.


Topic(s)PresentationAudienceDurationAvailability
- GIS/Satellite SensingDigital Geography, Satellites, and the Future of Environmental Monitoring and MappingGrades K-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, Community30-60 minutesFlexible
- Climate Change
- Environmental Science
Abrupt Climate Change - Why and How Climate Change Can Happen in a Few DecadesGrades K-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, Community30-60 minutesFlexible
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