Rainbow colors represent an unpleasant reality — the swath of destruction caused by an Alabama tornado in the spring of 2011. Spatial modeling software and satellite imagery created the illustration as part of a Department of Homeland Security effort to apply remote sensing techniques to damage assessment.
Rainbow colors represent an unpleasant reality — the swath of destruction caused by an Alabama tornado in the spring of 2011. Spatial modeling software and satellite imagery created the illustration as part of a Department of Homeland Security effort to apply remote sensing techniques to damage assessment. Courtesy PNNL
Rainbow colors represent an unpleasant reality — the swath of destruction caused by an Alabama tornado in the spring of 2011. Spatial modeling software and satellite imagery created the illustration as part of a Department of Homeland Security effort to apply remote sensing techniques to damage assessment. Courtesy PNNL

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