Status Report

NASA Earth Observatory: What’s New – Week of 3 July 2007

By SpaceRef Editor
July 28, 2007
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Earlier Earth Observatory Updates

The latest from NASA’s Earth Observatory (03 July 2007)

New Features:

* Global Warming Questions and Answers

From why global warming is a problem to whether increased solar activity could be behind it, this Q&A article includes responses to common questions about global warming.

In the News:

* Latest Images:

Floods in Southeastern Australia

North Atlantic Bloom

Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Maryland

Source of the Amazon River

San Jose, Costa Rica

Angora Fire, Lake Tahoe

Kenai Peninsula Fire

Saharan Dust Crosses the Atlantic

* NASA News – NASA Satellite Captures First View of ‘Night-Shining’ Clouds – NASA Airborne Expedition Chases Climate, Ozone Questions

* Media Alerts

  • New Robotic Vehicles to Explore Hydrothermal Vents on Arctic Seafloor
  • Antarctic Icebergs: Hotspots of Ocean Life
  • Scientists Close in on Missing Carbon Sink
  • Arctic Ocean History is Deciphered by Ocean-Drilling Research Team
  • New Tools to Forecast Hurricane Rainfall Inland

* Headlines from the press, radio, and television:

  • Scientists Use Elephant Seals to Monitor Oceans
  • The Clearest Ocean Waters on Earth
  • Wilderness Vanishing From Earth
  • Mysterious Clouds Creeping Out of the Arctic
  • Global Warming Will Increase World Death Rate
  • Study Sees Climate Change Impact on Alaska
  • Tropical Giant Penguin Discovered
  • East Antarctic Ice Sheet Stable
  • Earth’s Inner Heat Keeps Cities Afloat
  • Swiss Climate Warming Fast
  • Giant Penguins May Have Roamed Peru
  • Satellites to Help Track Endangered Reptiles
  • Arizona Dust Causes Colorado Meltdown

SpaceRef staff editor.