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Everyone makes an impact.  Inspector Planet connects citizens and students with scientists and engineers, on a mission of extending humanity’s time on earth through innovation, experimentation, and discovery.  

DR. TRACY FANARA

Dr. Tracy Fanara works to extend humanity’s existence on Earth through innovate collaborative solutions to world health threats all while building a sustainable future for generations to come. Tracy aims to make science a part of every citizen’s toolset. She hopes to inspire positive change and growth through education while having fun making the world a better place. She is a University of Florida graduate with a BS, ME, and PhD in Environmental Engineering (Go Gators), focusing on sustainable design, water treatment and science communication.

Tracy inspires all ages through her love for science and drive to break stereotypes, overcome obstacles, and pursue passion with hard work.  An engineer, scientist, graduate school professor, storm chaser, and TV personality (featured on Science and Discovery Channel television series, Mythbusters: The Search), she embraces opportunities that ask her to step outside of her comfort zone and encourages others to do the same. With a diverse background and holistic approach, Tracy created Inspector Planet to make science fun and accessible to everyone.

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Dr. Tracy Fanara
Dr. Tracy Fanara

A history of weather forecasting, importance of satellites, NOAA and NASA working together to provide real-time information with other agencies to save lives and property.

#NOAA #NASA #weather #forecast #storms

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NASA Goddard
From improvements in daily commutes to how we respond to disasters, advancements in weather-predicting technology continue thanks to an ongoing partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and NASA. Here’s how the two agencies fundamentally changed how we predict weather:
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Smaller dead zone? A smaller dead zone is a positive side effect of a storm, but we still need to make changes in land practices! https://t.co/l1FGmL12u1
Dr. Tracy Fanara
Dr. Tracy Fanara

An international team of geologists has found the first direct evidence that volcanic eruptions in the southern part of the Siberian Traps region 252 million years ago burned large volumes of coal and vegetation.

The end-Permian extinction, also known as the Permian-Triassic...

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What are the long term impacts of chaange due to COVID19 on the environment? @DrShepherd2013 weighs in! https://t.co/CAIHBoBMLe

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