NASA Earth Observatory: What's New - Week of 07 August 2007
From: NASA HQ
Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2007
The latest from NASA's Earth Observatory (07 August 2007)
In the News:
* Latest Images:
* NASA News http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Newsroom/NasaNews/
- NASA Helps Texas Respond to Flooding
- Nation's Most Active Wildfires Rage in Montana
* Media Alerts http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Newsroom/MediaAlerts/
- Space-Borne Sensors Help Africa Tackle Water Shortage Problems
- Forecasting System Provides Flood Warnings to Bangladesh
- Plate Motion Reversal Unlikely To Have Eased Seismic Strain
- Pollution, Warming Trends to Jeopardize Asian Water Supplies
- Alaskan Earthquake Set Off Vancouver Island Tremors
- Climate Change Threatens Siberian Forests
* Headlines from the press, radio, and television: http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Newsroom/Headlines/
- Thailand to Launch Environment Satellite in November
- European Heat Waves 'Have Doubled'
- Shrinking Lake Superior Also Heating Up
- Forecaster Lowers 2007 Hurricane Outlook
- Surface Warming and the Solar Cycle
- 'Sunshade' for Global Warming Could Cause Drought
- Alaskan Earthquake in 2002 Set Off Tremors on Vancouver Island
- Early Springs Show Siberia is Warming Fast
- Asia's Brown Clouds 'Warm Planet'
- Rare Fossilized Cypress Trees Found in Hungary
- Supercomputer Makes Near-Instant Movies of California Quakes
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