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As well as tracking atmospheric carbon, ESA’s Climate Change Initiative is using satellite observations to track other carbon stocks on land and sea.
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Get a bird's-eye view of a California community that in 2020 fell victim to the 370,000-acre LNU Lightning Complex Fire.
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NASA explores the connections of Earth systems and its ability to observe them in a changing world, highlighting the links between dust transport, vegetation, water quality, conservation and human health, the cryosphere, and disasters.
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NASA’s SnowEx ground and airborne campaign is a multiyear effort using a variety of techniques to study snow characteristics, and the team began their new field study year in January 2021.
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NASA recently flight tested a visual navigation system called the Airborne Location Integrating Geospatial Navigation System (ALIGNS).
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Satellite imagery has revolutionised industries, all around the world. The resolution and clarity of these images keeps increasing and because of that, it is important to understand the geolocational and geospatial ac...
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Original broadcast of CBS News Special Report with Walter Cronkite about the first Earth Day, 1970. Also known as Earth Week 1970.
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Five years after a NASA-funded field study returned to to set up camp once again in the melt zone of the Greenland Ice Sheet, a new study adds to the rich findings from this innovative project.
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In this video you will learn firsthand how investing in the communities that protect our most precious resources results in a reduction of harmful carbon emissions and prevents the need for slash and burn for subsistence.
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To investigate humans’ impact on freshwater resources, scientists have now conducted the first global accounting of fluctuating water levels in Earth’s lakes and reservoirs–including ones previously too small to measu...