NASA Earth Observatory: What's New Week of 22 January 2008

Status Report From: NASA's Earth Observatory
Posted: Wednesday, January 23, 2008


In the News:

* Latest Images:

* NASA News

  • NASA Tsunami Research Makes Waves in Science Community
  • 2007 Tied as Earth's Second Warmest Year

* Media Alerts

  • Record Warm Summers Cause Extreme Ice Melt in Greenland
  • Alaska Glacier Speed-Up Tied to Internal 'Plumbing' Issues
  • Evidence of Glaciation in 'Super Greenhouse' World
  • A Warming Climate Can Support Glacial Ice
  • Older Arctic Sea Ice Replaced by Young, Thin Ice
  • Quakes Under Pacific Floor Reveal Unexpected Circulatory System
  • Electric Sand Findings Could Lead to Better Climate Models

* Headlines from the press, radio, and television:

  • Ancient Tsunami Behind Huge Yellowstone Explosion
  • Northeast Winters Warming Fast
  • Ice Sheets Existed During Global Heat Wave
  • Desert Mystery Has Electrifying Answer
  • Antarctic Trips to Boost Research
  • As Arctic Ice Melts, South Pole Ice Grows
  • 2007 was Another Warm Year for USA
  • Deep Sea Vents: Hot, Wet, Weird
  • Humans Blamed in Coral Reef Disappearance
  • 'No Clear Trend' In Forest Loss
  • Deep Sea Corals Under Scrutiny
  • Placing Blame for Corals' Demise
  • Climate researcher tackles New Guinea glaciers
  • Reason for Earthquake Season Revealed
  • Baby Mammoth Could Shed Light on Warming

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