August 16, 2019 / Modified aug 16, 2019 9:06 a.m.

Episode 195: Earth science and the art of crunching numbers

Meeting increasing data analysis challenges in Earth science research

AZSCI 195 Earth Science This NASA model shows carbon dioxide blanketing our atmosphere. INSET: Hoshin Gupta
NASA/ [inset] Hoshin Gupta

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Earth science and the art of crunching numbers

This episode is supported by the The Research Corporation for Science Advancement.
Episode 195: Regents' Professor Hoshin Gupta

Regents' professor Hoshin Gupta teaches Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Arizona. Gupta discusses how he's meeting the challenge of data analysis in his Earth Science research, and why he advises students should get comfortable with big data as they begin their careers.

Hoshin Gupta spoke with Leslie Tolbert, Ph. D, Regents' Professor Emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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