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NASA Earth Observatory: What’s New Week of 11 September 2007

By SpaceRef Editor
October 6, 2007
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NASA Earth Observatory: What’s New Week of 11 September 2007

New Features:

* Buzzing about Climate Change

A Maryland beekeeper’s annual records of honey production reveal that flowering trees are blooming nearly a month earlier than they did a few decades ago.

In the News:

* Latest Images:

* NASA News

  • Wildfire Imaging Missions Continue
  • New Sensors Warn of Hurricane’s Strength
  • NASA and NOAA Partner to Monitor Algae in Great Lakes

* Media Alerts

  • Icy Calculations on a Hot Topic
  • Acid Rain has a Disproportionate Impact on Coastal Waters
  • Role Reversal as Humans Suck Life Out of Leeches
  • Volcanoes Key to Earth’s Oxygen Atmosphere
  • Greenhouse Gases Likely Drove Near-Record Warmth
  • European Hot Spots and Fires Identified From Space

* Headlines from the press, radio, and television:

  • Deep-Sea Vents ‘No Climate Haven’
  • Most Polar Bears Could be Gone by 2050
  • Distant Space Collision Meant Doom for Dinosaurs
  • Sea Ice Loss Imminent, Researchers Say
  • NOAA Reports La Nina is Developing
  • Climate Change Sucks Life from Rare Leech
  • New Antarctic Base Ready for ‘Sexy’ Research
  • South-East Asia At Risk From Another Tsunami
  • Experts: Expect 6 More Hurricanes in 2007
  • Acid Rain May Hit Coastal Waters Hard
  • UK Peatlands Face Future Stress
  • Vast Ice Island Trapped in Arctic
  • Record Rains for British Summer
  • Global Warming Flood Threat Worse Than Predicted
  • Greek Wildfires, Visible From Space, Shatter Records
  • Experts Work on Volcano Warning
  • Greenhouse Gases Likely Drove Near-Record U.S. Warmth in 2006
  • Rising CO2 Levels Fueling Shrub Invasion
  • Antarctic Ozone Hole Early in 2007

SpaceRef staff editor.