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New Kerala
Pervasive ice retreat in West Antarctica - newkerala.com #80584to the sea. Scientists knew this, but they lacked a full picture of the scale.
Pervasive ice retreat in West Antarctica - newkerala.com #80584
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
to the sea. Scientists knew this, but they lacked a full picture of the scale. Now a team of researchers has compiled a Landsat-based data set and found that such losses have been going on for at least the past four decades and along the vast... Read more
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CNBC
California snowpack won't recover from drought for yearsnot have been able to fully replenish the snowpack depleted by the drought. Th
California snowpack won't recover from drought for years
CNBC / Posted 5 days ago
not have been able to fully replenish the snowpack depleted by the drought. The team used measurements taken by NASA's Landsat satellites taken over the last 31 years. The satellite images provide a more complete picture of the snowpack than... Read more
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PhysOrg
Sierra Nevada snowpack not likely to recover from drought until 2019regional snowpack." The researchers created a dataset covering 31 years (from
Sierra Nevada snowpack not likely to recover from drought until 2019
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
regional snowpack." The researchers created a dataset covering 31 years (from 1985 to 2015), using measurements from NASA Landsat satellites, which provide daily maps of the full Sierra Nevada snowpack that have about 10 times sharper resolution... Read more
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Mashable
This huge plankton bloom in the North Sea looks like a paintingEarth. One image, taken on June 12, shows a springtime bloom east of the Shetl
This huge plankton bloom in the North Sea looks like a painting
Mashable / Posted 9 days ago
Earth. One image, taken on June 12, shows a springtime bloom east of the Shetland Islands in natural color as seen by the Landsat 8 satellite. "Spring blooms are common here, and also in areas of the North Atlantic west of this image," NASA's... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Las Vegas Going Dry? Largest Reservoir In America Reaches Record Lowrapid decline in context, NASA Earth Observatory published the two space images
Las Vegas Going Dry? Largest Reservoir In America Reaches Record Low
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 days ago
rapid decline in context, NASA Earth Observatory published the two space images... As NASA explains,they’re from a pair of Landsat satellites and show the lake near its highest and lowest points over the past 32 years. The Landsat 5 satellite... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Man allegedly pretended to be FEMA rep after Houston stormsThe Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 acquired this image of southeast
Man allegedly pretended to be FEMA rep after Houston storms
Houston Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
The Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 acquired this image of southeastern Texas on May 28, 2016. Note the flooding along the Brazos River just west of Monaville. On June 2, 2016, the Brazos River rose to 54.81 feet, according to gauges near... Read more
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Daily Mail
South Pole CO2 reaches highest level in four million yearsforms a protective shield of older, thicker ice that circulates around the cont
South Pole CO2 reaches highest level in four million years
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
forms a protective shield of older, thicker ice that circulates around the continent. Using 29 years of data from Landsat satellites, researchers at NASA have found extensive greening in the vegetation across Alaska and Canada. Rapidly... Read more
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EarthSky
Phytoplankton bloom in the North Seamicroscopic, plant-like organisms at the bottom of the ocean food web – are res
Phytoplankton bloom in the North Sea
EarthSky / Posted 10 days ago
microscopic, plant-like organisms at the bottom of the ocean food web – are responding to the increase in light. NASA’s Landsat 8 satellite acquired the natural-color image above of a large phytoplankton bloom in the North Sea, east of the... Read more
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Quartz
Toaster-sized satellites will revolutionize how we measure the world food supplymethod for data collection that relies not on humans but on a system of high-fl
Toaster-sized satellites will revolutionize how we measure the world food supply
Quartz / Posted 11 days ago
method for data collection that relies not on humans but on a system of high-flying satellites. At least 40 years of NASA Landsat imagery already exist in the public domain, with millions more pictures being added each year.Descartes has been... Read more
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PhysOrg
NASA spots single methane leak from space for the first timeand spacecraft systems. Launched in 2000, EO-1 has validated technologies for t
NASA spots single methane leak from space for the first time
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
and spacecraft systems. Launched in 2000, EO-1 has validated technologies for the Operational Land Imager used on the Landsat-8 satellite mission and future imaging spectrometer missions, and supported disaster-response applications. The... Read more
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New Kerala
NASA spots single Methane leak from Space - newkerala.com #76926and spacecraft systems. Launched in 2000, EO-1 has validated technologies for t
NASA spots single Methane leak from Space - newkerala.com #76926
New Kerala / Posted 11 days ago
and spacecraft systems. Launched in 2000, EO-1 has validated technologies for the Operational Land Imager used on the Landsat-8 satellite mission and future imaging spectrometer missions, and supported disaster-response applications. The... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
NASA Earth Observatory highlights national parks in satellite photo seriesAlaska, where the Alaska Peninsula first extends southwest into the Bering Sea.
NASA Earth Observatory highlights national parks in satellite photo series
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 days ago
Alaska, where the Alaska Peninsula first extends southwest into the Bering Sea. This image shows the same scene with the Landsat data overlaid on a digital elevation model (created with data from the ASTER instrument on NASA’s Terra satellite).... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
NASA Earth Observatory highlights national parks in satellite photo seriesAlaska, where the Alaska Peninsula first extends southwest into the Bering Sea.
NASA Earth Observatory highlights national parks in satellite photo series
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
Alaska, where the Alaska Peninsula first extends southwest into the Bering Sea. This image shows the same scene with the Landsat data overlaid on a digital elevation model (created with data from the ASTER instrument on NASA’s Terra satellite).... Read more
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Duke University
New Grants Support Graduate Students to Pursue Training Outside Their Disciplinesrelevant to dissertation on “Spatiotemporal Variability of Inland Waterbodies a
New Grants Support Graduate Students to Pursue Training Outside Their Disciplines
Duke University / Posted 16 days ago
relevant to dissertation on “Spatiotemporal Variability of Inland Waterbodies along the Pacific Flyway Using 30+ Years of Landsat” Elizabeth Schrack, Ph.D. in Marine Science and Conservation, Nicholas School of the Environment Work closely with... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
NASA Earth Observatory highlights national parks in satellite photo seriesAlaska, where the Alaska Peninsula first extends southwest into the Bering Sea.
NASA Earth Observatory highlights national parks in satellite photo series
Houston Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
Alaska, where the Alaska Peninsula first extends southwest into the Bering Sea. This image shows the same scene with the Landsat data overlaid on a digital elevation model (created with data from the ASTER instrument on NASA’s Terra satellite).... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Satellite eye on Earth: May 2016 – in pictureshas required the creation of several artificial islands for entry and exit from
Satellite eye on Earth: May 2016 – in pictures
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 17 days ago
has required the creation of several artificial islands for entry and exit from the tunnel.map Credits: Thematic Mapper/Landsat 5/Nasa and OLI/Landsat 8/Nasa The last time Lake Mead was this low, in 1937, water managers were still filling the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Canada's tundra is turning green and its Boreal forest brown, according to NASA studysome signs of browning. Overall, 3% of the land experienced vegetation decline.
Canada's tundra is turning green and its Boreal forest brown, according to NASA study
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 days ago
some signs of browning. Overall, 3% of the land experienced vegetation decline. The researchers used data from NASA’s Landsat satellites between 1984 and 2012 in order to trace wide-scale changes over the 10.6 million sq-km landscape. Areas... Read more
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The Hindu
Arctic regions getting greener due to climate change: NASAlooking more like landscapes found in warmer ecosystems, according to a new NAS
Arctic regions getting greener due to climate change: NASA
The Hindu / Posted 20 days ago
looking more like landscapes found in warmer ecosystems, according to a new NASA study. With 87,000 images taken from Landsat satellites, converted into data that reflects the amount of healthy vegetation on the ground, the researchers found... Read more
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The Financial Express
Arctic getting greener due to climate change: NASAtundra — is looking more like landscapes found in warmer ecosystems, the resear
Arctic getting greener due to climate change: NASA
The Financial Express / Posted 20 days ago
tundra — is looking more like landscapes found in warmer ecosystems, the researchers said. With 87,000 images taken from Landsat satellites, the researchers found that western Alaska, Quebec and other regions became greener between 1984 and... Read more
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New Kerala
Arctic getting greener due to climate change: NASA - newkerala.com #73059tundra -- is looking more like landscapes found in warmer ecosystems, the resea
Arctic getting greener due to climate change: NASA - newkerala.com #73059
New Kerala / Posted 20 days ago
tundra -- is looking more like landscapes found in warmer ecosystems, the researchers said. With 87,000 images taken from Landsat satellites, the researchers found that western Alaska, Quebec and other regions became greener between 1984 and... Read more
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The Advocate
Artful Earth: Exhibit gives new planetary perspectiveManship Theatre is showing “Earth as Art” through July 31. The show features a
Artful Earth: Exhibit gives new planetary perspective
The Advocate / Posted 22 days ago
Manship Theatre is showing “Earth as Art” through July 31. The show features a series of satellite photographs from the Landsat Project. The images show a view of the Earth that the naked eye cannot see represented in colors that the Landsat... Read more
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New Kerala
NASA studies details of a greening Arctic - newkerala.com #72114- much of it Arctic tundra - is looking more like landscapes found in warmer ec
NASA studies details of a greening Arctic - newkerala.com #72114
New Kerala / Posted 23 days ago
- much of it Arctic tundra - is looking more like landscapes found in warmer ecosystems. With 87,000 images taken from Landsat satellites, converted into data that reflects the amount of healthy vegetation on the ground, the researchers found... Read more
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Daily Mail
Image that shows global warming is turning the Arctic tundra greenimage that shows exactly how global warming is turning the Arctic tundra green
Image that shows global warming is turning the Arctic tundra green
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
image that shows exactly how global warming is turning the Arctic tundra green Nasa analysed 87,000 images taken from Landsat satellites of plant life across Alaska and Canada Converted them into data that reflects the amount of healthy... Read more
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Al.com
Is the Arctic really greening? NASA says it's 'umistakable'trend was unmistakable," researchers wrote in an April 2016 scientific paper.
Is the Arctic really greening? NASA says it's 'umistakable'
Al.com / Posted 24 days ago
trend was unmistakable," researchers wrote in an April 2016 scientific paper. Scientists converted 87,000 images from Landsat satellites collected between 1984 and 2012 to generate the data on ground vegetation. Landsat is the longest ongoing... Read more
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PhysOrg
NASA studies details of a greening ArcticUsing 29 years of data from Landsat satellites, researchers at NASA have found
NASA studies details of a greening Arctic
PhysOrg / Posted 24 days ago
Using 29 years of data from Landsat satellites, researchers at NASA have found extensive greening in the vegetation across Alaska and Canada. Rapidly increasing temperatures in the Arctic have led to longer growing seasons and changing soils for the... Read more
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EarthSky
Lake Mead reaches a record low1930s. On May 27, NASA Earth Observatory published the two space images on this
Lake Mead reaches a record low
EarthSky / Posted 24 days ago
1930s. On May 27, NASA Earth Observatory published the two space images on this page of Lake Mead. They’re from a pair of Landsat satellites and show the lake near its highest and lowest points over the past 32 years. The Landsat 5 satellite... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Timelapse photos show how the drought is changing Texas lakesTexas, some of the worst hit in the state. The satellite pictures are availabl
Timelapse photos show how the drought is changing Texas lakes
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 26 days ago
Texas, some of the worst hit in the state. The satellite pictures are available for open public browsing and are hosted through a TIME and Google partnership. The project is a compilation of NASA Landsat images from 1984 to 2012. ceudaily@mys... Read more

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