Status Report

The latest from NASA’s Earth Observatory 15 May 2007

By SpaceRef Editor
June 5, 2007
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In the News:

* Latest Images:


Bugaboo Fire Rages in Georgia and Florida

Glacial Retreat

Salt Ponds, Botswana

Four Centuries at Jamestown, Virginia

Shiveluch and Klyuchevskaya Volcanoes

Subtropical Storm Andrea

Rain in the U.S. Midwest

* NASA News

  • NASA’s Close-Up Look at a Hurricane’s Eye Reveals a New ‘Fuel’ Source
  • Space Station Provides New ‘Window’ for International Polar Year
  • NASA Study Suggests Extreme Summer Warming in the Future

* Media Alerts

  • Deforestation Plays Critical Climate Change Role
  • Climate Swings Have Brought Great Carbon Dioxide Pulses Up From the Deep Sea
  • Real-Time Seismic Monitoring Station Installed Atop Active Underwater Volcano
  • Remnants of Ice Age Linger in Gravity
  • ‘Short-Circuit’ Found in Ocean Circulation
  • Understanding the Global Carbon Budget
  • Transcontinental Wildfire Emissions Monitored from Space
  • Scientists: As Rainfall Changes, Tropical Plants May Acclimate
  • Healthy Reefs Hit Hardest by Warmer Temperatures

* Headlines from the press, radio, and television:

  • Strong Wind to Complicate Wildfire Fight
  • Forecasters Call for New Hurricane Classification
  • Warming World Threatens Migratory Birds
  • Lab Twisters Could Reveal Tornado Secrets
  • Philippine Volcano Showers 11 Villages
  • Scientists Monitor Undersea Volcano
  • Rains Aid Europe’s Crop Amid Climate Swings
  • Mystery Source of Urban Pollution Revealed
  • Fog, Lower Temperatures Take Bite Out of California Wildfires
  • NASA Study: Eastern U.S. to Get Hotter
  • China Warns Over Climate Change
  • Weird Gravity in Canada Blamed on Hefty Glaciers
  • Subtropical Storm Forms Off the Southeast Coast
  • 2007 Could Be a Busy Hurricane Season
  • Midwest Flooding Could Near 1993 Levels
  • Study Ties Coral Disease to Warmer Oceans
  • Plants Don’t Produce Greenhouse Gas, New Study Finds

* New Research Highlights

SpaceRef staff editor.