Member Since 2000
John D. Bolten
Chief of the Hydrological Sciences Lab , NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
John is Chief of the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hydrological Sciences Lab. His research focuses on the application of satellite-based remote sensing and land surface hydrological modeling for improved ecological and water resource management. He is involved in several water resources management efforts addressing flood monitoring, flood damage assessment, and agriculture drought forecasting and mitigation.
Professional Experience
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Chief of the Hydrological Sciences Lab
2022 - Present
Education
Doctorate
2005
Honors & Awards
International Award
Received 2023
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Publications
AGU Abstracts
A Novel Approach for Constructing A Grid-based Precipitation Dataset with Uncertainty Estimation using Machine Learning
SPACE-BASED PRECIPITATION OBSERVATIONS: INNOVATIONS FOR SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS III POSTER
hydrology | 12 december 2023
Vinh Tran, ManhHung Le, Hong Xuan Do, Van Tam Nguy...
Grid-based precipitation products play a crucial role in water resource management, particularly in data-scarce areas, leading to an upsurge of datase...
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Mekong River flow and hydrological extremes: climate change, dam, and reservoir impacts
FLOODS AND DROUGHTS IN A CHANGING CLIMATE: CHARACTERISTICS, MECHANISMS, INTERACTIONS, AND PROJECTIONS IV POSTER
hydrology | 12 december 2023
Thanh Nhan Duc Tran, Son Do, Binh Quang Nguyen, Bi...
Climate change and man-made structures threaten water safety and sustainability in the Mekong River basin, a significant transboundary river basin in ...
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Land-atmosphere exchanges of reactive nitrogen and their connections with ozone and aerosol pollution in the northeastern US
STRATOSPHERIC AND TROPOSPHERIC COMPOSITION CHANGES: OBSERVATIONS AND MODELING OF SPECIAL EVENTS, FEEDBACK MECHANISMS, AND LONG-TERM TRENDS I POSTER
atmospheric sciences | 12 december 2023
Min Huang, Isabelle De Smedt, Andreas Colliander, ...
Land surface conditions such as soil moisture and vegetation attributes can control land-atmosphere exchange processes related to ozone and aerosol po...
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Volunteer Experience
2017 - 2021
Associate Editor
Water Resources Research
2018 - 2018
Member
Remote Sensing Technical Committee
2015 - 2016
Member
Remote Sensing Technical Committee
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