Status Report

NASA Earth Observatory: What’s New – Week of 26 June 2007

By SpaceRef Editor
July 28, 2007
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Earlier Earth Observatory Updates

The latest from NASA’s Earth Observatory (26 June 2007)

In the News:

* Latest Images:

Saharan Dust Crosses the Atlantic

Fire Scar in Lake Okeechobee

Locusts on the Arabian Peninsula

Grey Glacier, Chile

Tornadoes Strike Northern Wisconsin

Glory, Vortex Street off Baja California

Heat Wave in Pakistan

Landslide Buries Valley of the Geysers

* Media Alerts

  • Arctic Spring Comes Weeks Earlier Than a Decade Ago
  • Climate Models Consistent with Ocean Warming Observations
  • Greenhosue Gas Emissions May Fuel Future Mediterranean Heat Wave, Researchers Say
  • Human Activities Increasing Carbon Sequestration in Forests
  • New Theory Aims to Explain Recent Temperature, Climate Extremes
  • The Woes of Kilimanjaro: Don’t Blame Global Warming

* Headlines from the press, radio, and television:

  • Robots to Search Unexplored Arctic for New Life
  • Rising Seas to Push Back U.S. Beaches
  • Icebergs are ‘Ecological Hotspot’
  • Lake Disappears Suddenly in Chile
  • Creating ‘Escape Routes’ for Wildlife
  • Fish Populations Linked to Climate Change
  • Climate Turns Up Heat on Sea Turtles
  • Rising Sea Level Forecasts Understated, Say Scientists
  • Freak Winter is Europe’s Warmest for 700 Years
  • Arctic Spring Arriving Weeks Earlier

* New Research Highlights

SpaceRef staff editor.