Most of the Virtually Hawaii team are based in Honolulu on the island of
Oahu. This is a photograph taken from the Space Shuttle showing the
portion of the southern coast of Oahu containing Pearl Harbor and
Virtually Hawaii was active from March 5, 1995 through August 31, 1999.
During that time, the following team members were instrumental
in creating the material that makes up the Virtually Hawaii
- Dr. Peter Mouginis-Mark
- Director of the University of Hawaii Space Grant College,
Associate Director of the Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and
Planetology, and a Professor in the Department of Geology and
Geophysics of the School of Ocean and Earth Science and
Technology (SOEST) of the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
He is a leader of the NASA Earth Observing System's (EOS)
Interdisciplinary Science (IDS) team
studying volcanoes, volcanic hazards, and the effects of
eruptions on the atmosphere.
His roles were the overall project management, interactions
with the Office of Technology Transfer and Economic Development,
incorporation of high resolution data sets into virtual
field trips, and educational outreach to community colleges.
- Dr. Lori Glaze (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Proxemy Research, Inc. Visiting
Research Scientist, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
Previously a Member of the Technical Staff at the Jet
Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, she was the Project
Scientist for the JPL Pilot Land Data System.
She is also a member of the NASA EOS Volcanology IDS team and
conducts scientific research funded by the NASA terrestrial and
planetary geology programs.
Her role on Virtually Hawaii was development of the
high resolution data
base and maintenance of the home page related to these data.
- Dr. Jonathan Gradie (email@example.com)
- President of
and member of the Adjunct Graduate Faculty at the University of Hawaii.
He has published widely on planetary astronomy and planetary
remote sensing, and has extensive experience in the
applications of spectral remote sensing to environmental
issues, particular in Hawaii.
His role will be the acquisition of new high resolution image
data sets for areas not seen by NASA aircraft and spacecraft.
Also, the development of a PC user interface for commercial
- Dr. Benedicte Dousset (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Assistant Researcher, Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and Planetology,
SOEST, University of Hawaii.
She is specialized in land applications of remote sensing,
in particular microclimatological studies using meteorological
Her role was in overviewing the acquisition of real-time
satellite images and in designing and implementing specific
products of interest to the community.
- Dr. Pierre Flament (email@example.com)
- Assistant Professor, Department of Oceanography, SOEST, University of
He established the University of Hawaii Satellite Oceanography
Laboratory, which began to acquire and archive HRPT data in
1990 and GMS data in 1992, and distribute them over the
Internet. His role was in assisting in the generation of
images for fisheries and boating applications.
- Glenn James (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Media Specialist and Lecturer, Maui Community College, and host
of the TV program "Maui Weather Today".
His role was in developing educational TV programs for
Maui, Molokai, and Lanai, using real-time environmental
satellite images, and in testing weather interpretation modules
at the community college level. He also developed the
Hawaii Weather Today
- Dr. Fritz Osell
- Associate Director of the Hawaii Space Grant College Consortium
and Professor, Leeward Community College.
He has extensive experience in the development of curricula for
community college students, and developed educational
TV programs on Oahu related to the high resolution data base,
plus testing of virtual field trip modules at the community
- Randolph Scoville (email@example.com)
- Hawaii State Science Teacher, responsible for science in all
of Oahu's schools, he also runs a weekly live TV science class
from Leeward Community College.
He was the primary person interacting with school grades
6-10, and had the primary responsibility for testing
educational models in the classroom.
- Ron Cannarella
- Ron is with the Department of Land and Natural Resources of the
State of Hawaii, where he is heavily involved in resource use
- Jim Crisafulli
- Jim handles commercial aspects for the Office of Space Industry of
the State of Hawaii.
- Bob Cunningham
- Bob is a computer systems engineer and network architect.
He develops computer networks and network applications for
the geological, geophysics, and oceanographic sciences.
He was responsible for the initial setup of the WWW
services, and other "behind the scenes" work.
- Dan Ishii
- Director, Office of Technology Transfer and Economic
Development, University of Hawaii.
His interests include &out-reach& to the commercial
sector, for anyone who might wish to develop value-added
products based upon the data this project provides on the
- Craig Tasaka
- Craig is with the State Office of Planning of the State of Hawaii,
land use planning.
- Derek Young (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Computer specialist at the Satellite Oceanography Laboratory, SOEST.
He was responsible for the maintenance of the AVHRR and GMS
receivers, and is the system manager of the server for
low-resolution satellite images. He also assisted the two
community colleges in the configuration of their workstation
used to display real-time images.