NASA Earth Observatory: What's New Week of 25 September 2007

Status Report From: NASA's Earth Observatory
Posted: Saturday, October 6, 2007


The latest from NASA's Earth Observatory (25 September 2007)

In the News:

* Latest Images:

* NASA News

  • Greenland Snow Melting Hit Record High in High Places
  • Amazon Forest Unexpectedly Resilient to Drought
  • NASA Researchers Find Snowmelt in Antarctica Creeping Inland
  • NASA Celebrates a Decade Observing Climate Impacts on Health of World's Oceans

* Media Alerts

  • Arctic Sea Ice Minimum Shatters All-Time Record Low
  • CO2 Emissions Could Violate EPA Ocean-Quality Standards Within Decades
  • First Global Study of 'Poison' Gas in the Atmosphere
  • Researchers Reassess Theories on Formation of Earth's Atmosphere
  • Increase in Atmospheric Moisture Tied to Human Activities
  • Rising Surface Temperatures Drive Back Winter Ice in Barents Sea
  • Ancient British Bog Provides Clue to Global Warming

* Headlines from the press, radio, and television:

  • Ice Withdrawal 'Shatters Record'
  • Amazon Forests Resilient to Drought
  • La Nina May Impact Global Weather into 2008
  • Bog Helps Build Climate Insights
  • Researchers Reassess Theories on Formation of Earth's Atmosphere

* New Research Highlights

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