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CSUMB earns $32M NASA grant

Next time there's a wildfire in California, consider the airplane mapping its perimeter could be part of a research project by CSU Monterey Bay scientists. The university was awarded a 10-year, $32 million NASA grant, the largest in the university's history, to continue research under way which includes wildfire monitoring, agricultural water management, flood forecasting and crop yield predictions. – Monterey Herald, March 16, 2012