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Dr. Kerry Cawse-Nicholson is the Assistant Manager of the Earth Science Section at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. She is an expert in spectroscopic imagery, particularly in fusing datasets acquired over different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum and in quantifying uncertainty. Kerry works as part of several mission teams, as the Science Lead for ECOSTRESS – a thermal radiometer mounted on the International Space Station – and the co-lead for the Algorithms Working Group for an upcoming space-borne mission designated to study the Earth’s Surface Biology and Geology (SBG). Kerry studies land surface temperature, wildfires, evapotranspiration, and biodiversity, and produces a number of publicly available data products. She also serves as an invited working group member of the land processes distributed active archive center (LP DAAC) which distributes these products.