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What Does a Warming Arctic Mean for the Future?

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The Arctic is experiencing disproportionately higher temperature increases compared to the rest of the planet, triggering a series of cascading effects. This rapid warming has profound implications for global climate ...

Explore the Risk of PFAS in Local Tap Water

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U.S. Geological Survey scientists created an interactive map to help the public better understand their risk of exposure to PFAS, also known as “forever chemicals.” This interactive tool allows you to view data from a...

2023 Was the Hottest Year on Record

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2023 was Earth’s warmest year since 1880, and the last 10 consecutive years have been the warmest 10 on record. But why does NASA, a space agency, look at Earth’s temperature? And how do we even measure global tempera...

Air Quality in Washington, D.C.

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A video production for NASA's Earth Information Center about air quality in Washington, D.C. Air pollution in DC has declined by 50% in the last two decades. NASA uses sensors aboard satellites and aircraft to obta...

Gabe Svobodny Discusses Natural Resource Management at Esri UC

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Todd Danielson, editorial director of Informed Infrastructure and V1 Media, interviewed Gabe Svobodny, Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands, Utah Department of Natural Resources, at the 2023 Esri User Co...

Monitoring Methane From Space

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Methane is the second-most-important greenhouse gas contributor to climate change after carbon dioxide. Curbing methane emissions could deliver immediate and long-lasting benefits for the climate, seeing as the ga...

How NASA Sees the Air We Breathe

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NASA and NOAA, among other agencies, worked together this summer through the STAQS and AEROMMA missions to calibrate and validate NASA’s new TEMPO satellite. The satellite and missions combined aim to not only better ...

Antarctic Ice Shelf Demise

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New research, based largely on information from the Copernicus Sentinel-1 and ESA’s CryoSat satellite missions, has revealed alarming findings about the state of Antarctica's ice shelves: 40% of these floating shelves...

Ozone Hole as Monitored by the German Aerospace Center

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This animation uses Sentinel-5P total ozone measurements and shows the evolution of the ozone hole over the South Pole from Sept. 1-29, 2023. The Tropomi total ozone measurements are processed within the Sentinel-5...

Arctic Sea Ice Hits Annual Minimum, Antarctic Sets New Record

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Arctic sea ice likely reached its annual minimum extent on Sept. 19, 2023, making it the sixth-lowest year in the satellite record, according to researchers at NASA and the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC). M...