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"29.03.2017 21:44:08" NASA Earth The Global Precipitation Measurement constellation of satellites provide data on precipitation rates and totals around the world. Recently the GPM core observatory measured the heavy rainfall that caused extensive flooding and loss of life in Peru.
"29.03.2017 21:42:40" NASA GLOBE Observer Clouds are always changing and changing very quickly. "Outer space is an ideal perspective from which to observe and measure changes on our home planet as they happen."
Learn more about this by reading the feature "Space-Based Observations of the
"28.03.2017 21:39:00" climate.nasa.gov Sea level | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA. New global average sea level data are in! Use our new “zoom” feature on a desktop machine to get a closer look at how much our seas are rising.
"28.03.2017 20:31:53" How a NASA Science Flight is No Ordinary Journey In order to build a snow satellite, scientists need to test the instruments from a plane first. A new NASA-led #EarthExpedition airborne campaign called SnowEx spent three weeks in February soaring the skies above Colorado's snowy lands. Scientists were
"28.03.2017 20:27:08" climate.nasa.gov Carbon dioxide concentration | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA. February 2017 was the second-warmest February in 137 years of modern record-keeping, according to a monthly analysis of global temperatures by scientists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York:
"22.03.2017 18:01:41" NASA Goddard As winter wraps up in the Northern Hemisphere, sea ice in the Arctic reaches as far as it will extend for the year. However, this year's ice covers less of the sea than at any other time during the satellite record. Since 1979, we've watched sea ice in
"21.03.2017 16:59:06" Timeline Photos Over the last decade, NASA's twin GRACE satellites measured over 2 trillion tons of mass loss from Greenland's ice sheet (which is up to 2 miles, or about 3 kilometers, thick in some places).
Now the Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) team is back in the
"21.03.2017 15:51:21" Earth Expedition: ATom postcard - Ascension Island to the Azor... Atmospheric scientist Róisín Commane of Harvard University sent back a video postcard from Ascension Island and the Azores Islands, the seventh and eighth legs of the Atmospheric Tomography, or ATom #EarthExpedition. Flying over the Atlantic Ocean, the
"21.03.2017 15:46:00" Photos from NASA Climate Change's post NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) crew captured these photos of Wolstenholme Fjord last week, one of the few places in the world where multiple glaciers flow into the same fjord. Wolstenholme Fjord is located in the northwest corner of Greenland,
"20.03.2017 14:44:22" Timeline Photos NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) campaign is back in action, beginning its second survey of Greenland's glaciers. The orange lines on this map show where the crew plans to survey and the small inset shows the crew in front of the modified G-III
"16.03.2017 14:40:20" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration The latest data from our Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS), February 2017 was the second warmest February in 137 years of modern record-keeping. Get the details: https://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/news/20170315/
"16.03.2017 14:40:01" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Each year in March, the Arctic sea ice pack should reach its greatest extent, but this year it's far below average. Our Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2, or ICESat-2 continuously monitors to measure sea ice. More: http://go.nasa.gov/2ntT2UR
"16.03.2017 14:39:32" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration We continue to do amazing work to develop and launch our missions and increase this nation's technical capabilities across the board. The fiscal year 2018 budget proposal enables us to continue our work with industry to enhance government capabilities,
"15.03.2017 20:30:00" climate.nasa.gov GRACE mission: 15 years of watching water on Earth In 15 years of operations, the GRACE satellite mission has dramatically changed our view of how water moves and is stored on Earth. At 15 years old, the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) mission has lasted three times longer than originally planned. The twin satellites have revolutionized our view of how water moves and is stored around the planet, with implications for
"15.03.2017 19:28:07" climate.nasa.gov Could leftover heat from last El Niño fuel a new one? Could leftover heat from the last El Nino fuel a new one? JPL Climatologist Bill Patzert looks at the current state of the Pacific Ocean as seen by the Jason-3 satellite. Some climate models are suggesting that El Niño may return later this year, but for now, the Pacific Ocean lingers in a neutral "La Nada" state, according to NASA climatologist Bill Patzert. Whether or not El Niño returns will be determined by a number of
"10.03.2017 17:41:29" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration On the International Space Station this week, the crew installed the SAGE II on the outside of thof the orbital platform to measure our planet's ozone, a protective layer that shields us from harmful radiation. Watch: http://go.nasa.gov/2nmVyLL Questions?
"10.03.2017 17:40:27" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration We're back! At the South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival, that is, and we're sharing exciting missions, discoveries, technology advancements and plans for future space exploration. Join through March 14, and at the SXSW Tradeshow, March 13-15.
"10.03.2017 17:39:11" NASA Earth Our cloud app, NASA GLOBE Observer, allows you, the citizen scientist, to make cloud observations and do science on the go. Learn how you can contribute to our understanding of how clouds affect Earth.
Hear what's new with GLOBE Observer with NASA
"09.03.2017 22:52:34" climate.nasa.gov U.S. desert songbirds at risk in a warming climate A new study finds that future American Southwest desert heatwaves are putting songbirds at greater risk of death from dehydration and mass die-offs. Researchers using data from a land-surface modeling effort maintained by NASA and other organizations found that future American Southwest desert heatwaves will put songbirds at greater risk of death from dehydration and mass die-offs.
"09.03.2017 16:05:14" climate.nasa.gov NASA study improves forecasts of summer Arctic sea ice coverage A new NASA forecasting model based on satellite measurements is allowing researchers to make better estimates of summer Arctic sea ice. Sea ice helps maintain Earth's temperature, so predicting how the ice extent (a measurement of the area of ocean where there is at least some sea ice) might change helps us understand our warming climate. NASA scientists have developed a new model for
"08.03.2017 21:19:22" climate.nasa.gov Sea level | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA. Vital sign update: Sea level rise is caused primarily by two factors related to climate change: the added water from melting land ice and the expansion of sea water as it warms. NASA's latest satellite observations show global average sea level rising
"08.03.2017 17:50:08" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Want to help us with important cloud observations? Download the GLOBE Observer app and start providing data! This NASA-developed app allows citizen scientists (YOU!) to make cloud observations that complement those from our satellites. Get the details and
"07.03.2017 21:02:24" NASA Earth People Cause Most U.S. Wildfires
Humans—not lightning—trigger most wildfires in the United States. According to a study published in February 2017 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 84 percent of the blazes that firefighters were
"02.03.2017 23:40:06" climate.nasa.gov Arctic sea ice minimum | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA. Vital sign update: Arctic sea ice reaches its minimum extent each September. According to NASA satellite observations and the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC), the average Arctic sea ice minimum is declining at a rate of 13.3 percent per decade,
"24.02.2017 20:36:27" climate.nasa.gov Global surface temperature | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA. Vital sign update: 2016 was the warmest year on record, continuing a decades-long warming trend in global surface temperature.
"22.02.2017 15:35:31" Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier calves iceberg Another block of ice, roughly a mile (one to two kilometers) long, has broken off Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier and floated into the adjacent bay. The glacier is estimated to deliver some 19 cubic miles (79 cubic kilometers) of ice to the bay each
"20.02.2017 01:18:29" NASA Earth The Atmospheric Tomography (ATom) mission takes flight through Earth's atmosphere to understand how short-lived greenhouse gases like ozone and methane contribute to climate change. Flying over Hawaii, they also took readings of sulfur dioxide from the
"16.02.2017 21:50:23" climate.nasa.gov Science on canvas: Photographs capture thawing Greenland An aerial photographer captures thawing Greenland. “Photography and science are a quite powerful combination.” —Timo Lieber, photographer
Via Laura Faye Tenenbaum
"16.02.2017 18:33:12" British Antarctic Survey This year the extent of summer sea ice in the Antarctic is the lowest on record.
Read the full story here: www.bas.ac.uk/media-post/antarctic-sea-ice-extent-lowest-on-record/
"15.02.2017 21:48:58" climate.nasa.gov January 2017 was third-warmest January on record January 2017 was the third warmest January in 137 years of modern record-keeping, according to a monthly analysis of global temperatures by scientists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York. Two of the three top January temperature anomalies have been during the past two years.
"15.02.2017 15:30:03" climate.nasa.gov Climate Change Effects | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Long-term effects of global climate change in the United States. "Taken as a whole, the range of published evidence indicates that the net damage costs of climate change are likely to be significant and to increase over time."
—Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
"15.02.2017 14:54:59" climate.nasa.gov Subscribe to Newsletter | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA. Climate change has been having observable effects on the environment, from shrinking glaciers to intense heat waves. Teachers, subscribe to our monthly newsletter to keep up with NASA's latest findings.
"14.02.2017 20:17:12" Boreal forest wildfire on Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia A massive wildfire on the Kamchatka Peninsula in far-eastern Russia consumed nearly 600,000 acres of boreal forest and tundra last spring. Fires appear orange in the second image (June 2016) and smoke looks light blue. The large, brown area is the burn
"14.02.2017 15:12:22" Timeline Photos Earth: the only planet we've ever been to, and the only home we've ever known. Show her some love on Valentine's Day: http://climate.nasa.gov/climate_resources/74/. #ValentinesDay
"14.02.2017 05:19:20" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Live HD Earth viewing from the International Space Station! Go full screen, sit back, watch and enjoy our home planet. Live views: http://go.nasa.gov/2l43AMe
"13.02.2017 22:14:04" NASA Earth Drought Turns to Deluge in California
After extreme drought and water shortages plagued California for years, a series of winter storms pushed reservoirs in the Sacramento Valley to the brim in January and February 2017.
Rivers and reservoirs are
"10.02.2017 17:03:47" ustream.tv Glacier Change and Sea Level Rise Original air date: February 9 at 7 p.m. PT (10 p.m. ET, 0300 UTC) Glaciers and ice sheets hold massive amounts of freshwater locked up as ice. These stores of freshwater feed water supplies that support millions of people around the world, raise global Glaciers and ice sheets hold massive amounts of freshwater locked up as ice. These stores of freshwater feed water supplies that support millions of people around the world, raise global sea levels, and can even change the rate of Earth's rotation.
"10.02.2017 16:01:50" NASA Sea Level Hungry for sea level data? This interactive data analysis tool allows direct access to NASA datasets on sea level. Users can manipulate these datasets to automatically generate charts, graphs and maps of sea surface height, temperature and other factors.
"10.02.2017 16:01:36" NASA Sea Level Welcome to the Virtual Earth System Laboratory! Users can model the evolution of glaciers, ice sheets and sea level as they relate to climate change. Delve further by exploring simulations of the Earth's interior, and don't forget to leave feedback at the
"09.02.2017 23:37:27" climate.nasa.gov NASA, UCI reveal new details of Greenland ice loss Data from NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland campaign are dramatically increasing our knowledge of how the ocean is melting Greenland's ice sheet. Fast facts:
-NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) is the first campaign ever to map all of the glaciers and ocean around Greenland's coastline.
-NASA researchers have learned from OMG's first year that cold water from the melting glaciers is cooling
"09.02.2017 21:37:27" climatekids.nasa.gov Why does NASA care about food? | NASA's Climate Kids Food is the fuel that keeps our bodies running. It gives us the energy to do all the things we like to do. It's pretty important stuff. That's why NASA is interested in making sure that there is enough for everyone. Food—can't live without it. Using its extensive Earth-orbiting satellite fleet to monitor soil moisture, floods, drought, groundwater, crop health and more, NASA is on the ball when it comes to food security in a warming world.
"09.02.2017 20:19:56" climatekids.nasa.gov Make seed paper | NASA's Climate Kids Make your own artsy paper that has wildflower seeds in it! Use colored markers to paint a design or message on it. Give it to someone special to plant in a pot or in the ground. Keep it wet and warm, and it will "recycle" into something far better than Looking for flowers to give someone special this Valentine's Day? Here's a fun way to recycle paper and make a beautiful greeting card. And yes, that special someone can be our beloved Mother Earth.
"09.02.2017 19:32:09" Polar Science Center-UW UW Today covers an #Antarctic research project involving PSC & the University of Edinburgh that was recently published in The Cryosphere. Read about the findings and remarks from co-author Ben Smith...
"09.02.2017 19:05:46" NASA Earth NASA satellites are monitoring Earth 24/7. Why? To safeguard our future. Not only can you check out our fleet and their data, you can ride along with Earth Science satellites via NASA's Eyes on Earth. http://eyes.nasa.gov/
"09.02.2017 15:02:45" NASA Sea Level In the Pasadena area today or tomorrow? Don't miss NASA scientist Alex Gardner talk glacier change and sea level rise.
"08.02.2017 21:51:37" climate.nasa.gov NASA studies a rarity: Growing Louisiana deltas A NASA study of two growing Louisiana deltas can help scientists better understand how coastal wetlands will respond to global sea level rise. The Louisiana coastline is sinking under the Gulf of Mexico at the rate of about one football field of land every hour (about 18 square miles of land lost in a year). But within this sinking region, two river deltas are growing. The Atchafalaya River and
"08.02.2017 20:37:43" climate.nasa.gov Glaciers on the edge NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) team is ready for another year of decoding Greenland's accelerating ice melt. Imagine the edge of an unimaginably complicated winding coastline, that unknown place where ice meets water meets seafloor. Big chunks of remnant sea ice clog up the water, and the glacier has retreated so recently that the coastline is changing as fast,
"07.02.2017 23:39:52" Greenland's exceptionally early ice melt Meltwater streams, rivers and lakes form in the surface of the Greenland Ice Sheet every spring or early summer, but melting began exceptionally early in 2016. Melting encourages further melting when ponds of meltwater develop, since they darken the
"07.02.2017 23:03:23" National Snow and Ice Data Center Record low daily #Arctic ice extents continued through most of January 2017, a pattern that started last October. Extent during late January remained low in the Kara, Barents and Bering Seas. Southern Hemisphere extent also tracked at record low levels
"06.02.2017 15:38:08" scripps.ucsd.edu Antarctic Bottom Waters Freshening at Unexpected Rate | Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego In the cold depths along the seafloor, Antarctic Bottom Waters are part of a global circulatory system, supplying waters rich in oxygen, carbon, and nutrients to the world's oceans. Over the last decade, scientists have been monitoring changes in these
"04.02.2017 18:00:33" NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center Our atmosphere consists of several layers and each plays a different role in our climate. The bottom two layers are the troposphere and the stratosphere, and in between these two is a region of colder air known as the Tropopause. It is critical to
"03.02.2017 21:54:14" NASA Langley Research Center SAGE III, an instrument designed at NASA's Langley Research Center to monitor the Earth's ozone levels, is set to be launched to the International Space Station this month.
"02.02.2017 18:40:36" NASA Sea Level Wetlands are a natural barrier between land and sea, but they struggle to keep pace with sea level rise. #WorldWetlandsDay
"01.02.2017 15:41:41" Applied Physics Laboratory-UW Caitlin Whalen—research scientist with APL-UW's Ocean Physics Department—is also on board during this expedition, for a separate research project.
"01.02.2017 15:41:05" Applied Physics Laboratory-UW THE BALANCE OF ICE, WAVES, AND WIND IN THE ARCTIC AUTUMN by Jim Thomson, Stephen Ackley, Hayley Shen, and Erick Rogers, appears in EOS: Earth & Space Science News from the American Geophysical
"31.01.2017 22:00:44" Older, thicker Arctic sea ice declines The area covered by Arctic sea ice at least four years old has decreased from 718,000 square miles (1,860,000 square kilometers) in September 1984 to 42,000 square miles (110,000 square kilometers) in September 2016. Ice that has built up over the years
"31.01.2017 18:04:35" NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center Today, we remember all those who gave their lives to further the cause of exploration and discovery: https://www.nasa.gov/dor2017 #NASARemembers
"30.01.2017 18:10:06" climate.nasa.gov Storms filled 37 percent of CA snow-water deficit The "atmospheric river" weather patterns that recently pummeled California with storms may have recouped 37 percent of the state's five-year snow-water deficit. "The start to winter has been the best California has seen since 2011 and gives water managers hope for relief from what has been a historically dry five-year period."
—David Rizzardo, chief of Snow Surveys and Water Supply Forecasting for the California
"28.01.2017 15:32:30" NASA Earth NASA's Operation IceBridge helped scientists produce the most detailed understanding ever of the history of the Greenland Ice Sheet.
This 3D view of how the ice sheet formed over tens of thousands of years, released in 2015, will also help scientists
"27.01.2017 18:28:26" NASA Earth NASA scientists are chasing seasonal changes during a world-survey of the atmosphere. The Atmospheric Tomography mission, or ATom, flew through the Northern Hemisphere summer last July and August, and now scientists are headed into winter aboard NASA's
"26.01.2017 16:47:04" climate.nasa.gov Tree rings provide snapshots of Earth's past climate The color and width of tree rings can provide snapshots of Earth's past climate conditions. If you look out the window, you can tell if it's rainy or sunny right now, but that doesn't say very much about your region's climate—the area's average weather conditions over a long period of time (30 years or more). However, that big tree in your
"26.01.2017 16:42:54" climate.nasa.gov Study tracks 'memory' of soil moisture The first year of data from NASA's SMAP mission provides surprising findings that will help in modeling Earth's climate, forecasting our weather and monitoring agricultural crop growth. Using NASA SMAP Mission data, scientists from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory found that, on average, about one-seventh of the amount of rain that falls is still present in the topmost layer of soils three
"25.01.2017 15:36:01" NOAA Climate.Gov It's #WisdomWednesday, so why not brush up on some facts? Check out our Global Warming FAQ.
"25.01.2017 15:34:24" climate.nasa.gov NASA dust-on-snow data help Colorado River managers NASA measures the dust on the Colorado and Utah snowpack to help forecast water supplies in the Colorado River Basin.
"24.01.2017 23:01:04" climate.nasa.gov Carbon dioxide concentration | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA. December 2016's average global temperature was the third-highest on record for the month. Global average atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration was about 405 parts per million (ppm).
"24.01.2017 15:49:48" NASA Sea Level Many wetlands on the U.S. West Coast could be inundated by sea-level rise in the decades ahead.
"23.01.2017 20:38:48" NOAA Climate.Gov ICYMI: 2016 was the 3rd year in a row to break the record global temperature. How did this happen and how unusual is it?
"23.01.2017 20:38:06" NOAA Satellite and Information Service The stream of amazing images from GOES-16 continues with this one of the significant winter storm system that delivered snow and freezing rain to areas across the United States on January 15, 2017.
As seen here, the heightened capabilities of GOES-16's
"23.01.2017 20:37:47" NOAA Satellite and Information Service Clouds swirl in the sky over Florida and the waters that surround it in this mesmerizing animation from NOAA's next-generation geostationary satellite, GOES-16.
Even though this data from January 15, 2017, is preliminary and undergoing on-orbit testing,
"23.01.2017 20:36:36" nserc.und.edu SARP 2017 Application 2017_NASA_SARP_Application_Form.docx — application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document, 30 kB (31,036 bytes) Don't miss the Feb. 1, 2017 deadline to apply for NASA Student Airborne Research Program - SARP
"23.01.2017 20:33:12" Precipitation Measurement Missions Not all raindrops are created equal. The size of falling raindrops depends on several factors, including where the cloud producing the drops is located on the globe and where the drops originate in the cloud. For the first time, scientists have
"23.01.2017 20:32:32" Precipitation Measurement Missions After more than four years of drought, Californians may wonder where the recent rain is coming from. Using satellites, NASA scientists have a unique view how Pacific rains get to the western United States.
This rain originates as water vapor in
"20.01.2017 16:22:53" NOAA Climate.Gov The annual global temperature in 2016 reached a new record high for the third year in a row. How did this happen, and how unusual is it? Join us as we go 'Beyond the Data" in our latest blog post.
"19.01.2017 17:22:35" NOAA Climate.Gov 2016 was the third year in a row that global average surface temperature set a new record, and the fifth time the record has been broken since the start of the twenty-first century.
This animation shows the yearly history of Earth's temperature since
"19.01.2017 15:34:22" NASA Goddard Earth sets record high temperatures for the third straight year.
How do we know?
Read more: http://go.nasa.gov/2jz68k8
"18.01.2017 22:28:08" NASA | Global Temperature Rise 2016 was the warmest year on record, continuing the decades-long trend made clear in this animation of annual temperatures from 1880 to present.
"18.01.2017 18:00:01" The Usual Suspects Before the Industrial Revolution, Earth's climate changed due to natural events such as volcanic activity and solar energy variations. These natural events still contribute to climate change today, but their impact is very small compared to the growing
"18.01.2017 16:47:02" NASA, NOAA data show 2016 warmest year on record globally Earth's 2016 surface temperatures were the warmest since modern record-keeping began in 1880, according to independent analyses by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Globally-averaged temperatures in 2016 were 1.78
"18.01.2017 16:17:57" climate.nasa.gov NASA, NOAA data show 2016 warmest year on record globally Earth's 2016 surface temperatures were the warmest since modern recordkeeping began in 1880, according to independent analyses by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
"17.01.2017 21:54:05" nasa.gov NASA, NOAA to Announce 2016 Global Temperatures, Climate Conditions Climate experts from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will provide the annually-scheduled release of data on global temperatures and discuss the most important climate trends of 2016 during a media teleconference at 11 Climate experts from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will provide the annually-scheduled release of data on global temperatures and discuss the most important climate trends of 2016 during a media teleconference at 11
"13.01.2017 22:46:27" NASA Sea Level Shifting masses of ocean water leave their "fingerprints" on Earth's gravitational field, affecting sea level.
"13.01.2017 22:46:00" NASA Sea Level The underwhelming La Niña, already fading, could be a product of climate complexity.
"13.01.2017 16:20:35" climate.nasa.gov Short-lived greenhouse gases cause centuries of sea-level rise Through warming effects, methane and other gases impact rising seas long after leaving the atmosphere. Even if there comes a day when the world completely stops emitting greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, coastal regions and island nations will continue to experience rising sea levels for centuries afterward, according to a new study by researchers at
"13.01.2017 15:50:51" climate.nasa.gov Study finds more extreme storms ahead for California A new technique predicts frequency of heavy precipitation with global warming. On Dec. 11, 2014, a freight train of a storm steamed through much of California, deluging the San Francisco Bay Area with three inches of rain in just one hour. The storm was fueled by what meteorologists refer to as the “Pineapple Express” — an
"12.01.2017 17:45:23" vimeo.com The Snow Guardian For 40 years, billy barr has lived alone in small cabin in one of the coldest places in the United States – the ghost town of Gothic, CO. With no goals of… For 40 years, billy barr has lived alone in small cabin in one of the coldest places in the United States – the ghost town of Gothic, CO. With no goals of proving anything, or even knowledge that the climate was changing, billy started collecting data
"10.01.2017 22:23:23" giss.nasa.gov Can Climate Change be Noticed Locally? The evidence from weather stations and ocean buoys show unequivocally that global climate is changing, with more than 2°F warming since the late 19th Century. What would it take for someone who had lived a few decades in a particular location to sense that the local climate had indeed changed?
"10.01.2017 20:39:34" nerc.ac.uk NERC - 18 projects funded to engage public with issues of environmental science Starting in January 2017, the programme will build collaboration between researchers and public groups working together on projects covering key issues including pollution, green infrastructure, water quality, energy, carbon capture, climate change, ocean NERC: Natural Environment Research Council is the leading funder of independent research, training and innovation in environmental science in the UK.
These 18 projects will engage the public with issues of environmental science.
"10.01.2017 19:50:09" innovation.cccb.org Cultural Innovation International Prize The award of the Cultural Innovation International Prize encourages projects that offer imaginative and effective solutions to one of the biggest global problems of the 21st Calling all artists: How can we tackle the challenges of climate change from the cultural sphere?
The Prize is open to cultural innovative projects that raise awareness about climate change. The proposal must empower and involve society actively in
"10.01.2017 18:04:49" lab.cccb.org Run toward the challenge of climate change. I dare you | CCCB LAB Global warming is probably the greatest challenge of our lives. But denying the science or becoming so upset that you feel helpless are not solutions. How can we tackle the challenges of climate change from the cultural sphere? The second award of the Cultural Innovation International Prize encourages projects that offer imaginative and effective solutions to one of the biggest global problems of the
"05.01.2017 14:38:23" climate.nasa.gov What satellites can tell us about how animals will fare in a changing climate In a press conference Monday at the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco, three researchers discussed how detailed satellite observations have facilitated ecological studies of change over time. #ICYMI
"04.01.2017 21:19:01" The Oceanography Society (TOS) From the latest issue of Oceanography: Read about early results of NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland mission http://ow.ly/973S307xuLf
"04.01.2017 20:42:15" climate.nasa.gov NASA releases eye-popping view of carbon dioxide A new NASA supercomputer project provides one of the most realistic views yet of how carbon dioxide moves through the atmosphere. #ICYMI Atmospheric carbon dioxide acts as Earth's thermostat. Rising concentrations of the greenhouse gas, due primarily to the burning of fossil fuels for energy, have driven Earth's current long-term warming trend. This visualization highlights the
"04.01.2017 20:08:44" NASA releases eye-popping view of carbon dioxide #ICYMI Carbon dioxide plays a significant role in trapping heat in Earth's atmosphere. The gas is released from human activities like burning fossil fuels, and the concentration of carbon dioxide moves and changes through the seasons. Using observations
"04.01.2017 17:33:12" climatekids.nasa.gov Why does NASA study Earth? | NASA's Climate Kids When you think of NASA, you probably think of astronauts, satellites, Mars rovers, and telescopes that study distant planets and far off galaxies. NASA is a space agency. So, why study Earth? Because Earth is a planet too! It's important to keep an eye on the one place in the entire solar system where we can live.
"04.01.2017 16:26:06" climate.nasa.gov Carbon dioxide concentration | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA. November 2016 was the second-warmest November in 136 years of modern record-keeping, according to NASA scientists. Global average atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration was about 406 parts per million (ppm).
"01.01.2017 16:22:47" Climate Central There's no way around it: 2016 has been an insanely warm year across the Lower 48.
"29.12.2016 19:25:00" Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN) "The website, called Climate Explorer, was developed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, to translate abstract climate data into useful information."
"29.12.2016 18:40:12" American Geophysical Union (AGU) "What this study took great pains to do was to show that this warmth is almost certainly not a natural oscillation in the Arctic climate."
At #AGUblogs via AGU Climate
"26.12.2016 17:00:00" Why Does NASA Study Earth? Earth is a complex, dynamic system. To learn more about it, NASA, as the space agency, was tasked with launching the first weather satellite back in 1960. Today, NASA uses satellites, aircraft and even an occasional boat to study our planet's air, land
"25.12.2016 05:05:44" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Live HD Earth viewing from the @Space_Station! Go full screen, sit back, watch & enjoy our home planet. Live views: http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/HDEV
"23.12.2016 23:35:11" nasa.gov NASA Administrator Remembers NASA Scientist, Astronaut Piers Sellers The following is a statement from NASA Administrator Charles Bolden on Piers Sellers, who passed away Friday in Houston of pancreatic cancer: Today, we lost NASA climate scientist and astronaut Piers Sellers to cancer. As remembered by NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, "his legacy will be one not only of urgency that the climate is warming but also of hope that we can yet improve humanity's
"23.12.2016 17:41:52" NOAA Climate.Gov What does climate have to do with lobsters? Quite a lot, actually.
"23.12.2016 17:41:00" Climate Central Temperatures at the North Pole weather buoy climbed above 32°F today as freakish warmth invades the region. The cause?
"Climate change really is the game changer here," said Friederike Otto, a climate scientist at Oxford. Read more:
"21.12.2016 22:45:27" jpl.nasa.gov NASA Releases New, Detailed Greenland Glacier Data NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) mission has released preliminary data on the heights of Greenland coastal glaciers from its first airborne campaign in March 2016. As glaciers break off, melt and retreat, they generally speed up. That makes them stretch out and causes their top surfaces to drop lower. By observing how Greenland glaciers' heights change throughout the five-year OMG campaign, scientists will be able
"21.12.2016 17:45:50" climate.nasa.gov Winter solstice: During the longest night, NASA also observes the light Remember, after the longest of dark nights always comes the spring. In the stillness of winter solstice, that time of year when days are shorter and nights are longer, when the Earth's Northern Hemisphere is as tilted away from the sun as it will ever be, I let the cold starkness surround me like a blanket.
"21.12.2016 16:16:14" NASA Earth Seeing Equinoxes and Solstices from Space
One of the most frequently misunderstood concepts in science is the reason for Earth's seasons. As we experience the December solstice today we thought we'd offer a space-based view of what's going on.
"17.12.2016 18:23:52" NOAA Fisheries Service NOAA Fisheries released five Climate Regional Action Plans to assist decision makers in preparing for and responding to climate-related changes in marine and coastal ecosystems. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/2hCYpRs
Check out a new NOAA blog on changing
"17.12.2016 00:31:57" NASA Earth Melting Woes: Antarctic Sea Ice at Record Lows
As previously reported, Arctic sea ice cover was lower in November 2016 than any other November in the satellite record. It turns out that the Arctic was not alone. Sea ice at the other pole, around
"16.12.2016 16:46:36" exoplanets.nasa.gov Are planets like those in Star Wars 'Rogue One' really out there? Exoplanet Exploration: Planets Beyond our Solar System. Current news, discoveries, data, and interactive 3-D visualizations of exoplanets from NASA. The "Star Wars" movies envision a universe full of Earth-like planets covered in deserts, jungles, and oceans. Are such worlds possible, or is there really only one Earth?
Find out what NASA scientists have to say:
"14.12.2016 23:20:50" Energy+Notion A ram patrols the Pen-y-cyoedd windfarm, the largest onshore farm in the UK with 76 turbines. The farm being overseen by Vattenfall is just miles from the fabled Rhondda Valley once the world's most productive area of deep coal mining.
"14.12.2016 19:19:54" NASA Student Airborne Research Program - SARP We are accepting applications for SARP 2017!
Deadline Feb 1, 2017
"13.12.2016 20:57:47" American Geophysical Union (AGU) How does the work to meet COP21 agreements get done on the ground? Greg Dalton is moderating the Frontiers of Geophysics Lecture on Shifting the Energy Mix in a Post-Paris World. The panel will present economic, scientific and industry viewpoints on
"13.12.2016 20:01:17" NPP - Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership Suomi NPP captured this visible image of Tropical Cyclone Vardah making landfall in eastern India on Dec. 12, 2016 at 3:42 a.m. EST (0842 UTC).
"13.12.2016 20:00:26" NOAA Satellite and Information Service This year's Atlantic hurricane season, deemed "above normal," featured 15 named storms, including seven hurricanes -- Alex, Earl, Gaston, Hermine, Matthew, Nicole, and Otto. Three of these storms, Gaston, Matthew and Nicole, were categorized as major
"13.12.2016 19:47:28" American Geophysical Union (AGU) Make sure to stop by the NASA Hyperwall today and tomorrow to hear the stories of the 2016 AGU Data Visualization and Storytelling Competition
"13.12.2016 19:45:43" NASA Goddard Glaciers and ice sheets move in unique and sometimes surprising patterns, as evidenced by a new capability that uses satellite images to map the speed of flowing ice in Greenland, Antarctica and mountain ranges around the world.
"13.12.2016 19:27:58" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Join our science chief Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen and the team at AGU 2016, the largest Earth and space science meeting in the world. We're there with our colleagues on the cutting edge of science. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/2hqZDMJ
"13.12.2016 19:11:45" NASA Earth Eye-Popping View of CO2, Critical Step for Carbon-Cycle Science
A new NASA supercomputer project builds on the agency's satellite measurements of carbon dioxide and combines them with a sophisticated Earth system model to provide one of the most
"13.12.2016 19:10:57" National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Just in: Unprecedented Arctic warmth in 2016 triggers massive decline in sea ice, snow; warmer temperatures also bring record-breaking delay to fall sea-ice freeze - http://bit.ly/2hK6H6G
Now in its 11th year, the NOAA-sponsored Arctic Report Card,
"13.12.2016 19:09:32" Resnick Sustainability Institute at Caltech Congratulations to #Caltech's 2016 #Dow-Sustainability Innovation Student Challenge Award winners! Grand Prize Winners: Jennifer Kan, Russell Lewis & Kai Chen for their sustainable biocatalytic C-S bond formation work; Runner Ups: Jinglin Huang & Cong
"13.12.2016 15:07:00" Hi! My Name is Aerosol. Aerosols are tiny airborne solid and liquid particles that have a big impact on health, weather and climate. Windblown dust, sea salts, volcanic ash, smoke from wildfires, and pollution from factories are all examples of aerosols. Aerosols scatter
"12.12.2016 22:07:07" climate.nasa.gov Winter solstice: During the longest night, NASA also observes the light The skies are greyer, and the sun's rays lay low in the late afternoon. The world is quietly exhaling. In the stillness of winter solstice, that time of year when days are shorter and nights are longer, when the Earth's Northern Hemisphere is as tilted away from the sun as it will ever be, I let the cold starkness surround me like a blanket.
"12.12.2016 19:06:00" Cloudy Forecast Clouds are complicated when it comes to climate science, as they both warm and cool Earth. NASA is studying these atmospheric masses of condensed water vapor with satellites and aircraft, and you can, too, with a citizen science app:
"11.12.2016 22:13:27" NOAA Climate.Gov Looking for easy access to climate data, products, and services? Look no further than our Dataset Gallery!
"10.12.2016 16:39:23" climatecentral.org Every State Had a Top 10 Hottest Year Each of the lower 48 states is having one of its 10 hottest years on record.
"09.12.2016 22:03:00" Greenland Ice Located in the Arctic near the North Pole, Greenland is covered by a massive ice sheet three times the size of Texas and a mile deep on average. Greenland is warming almost twice as fast as Antarctica, which is causing the ice to melt and raise global sea
"08.12.2016 23:00:00" Sea Level Rise For over 20 years NASA has been tracking the global surface topography of the ocean to understand the important role it plays in our daily lives. Climate change is causing our ocean to warm and glaciers to melt, resulting in sea level rise. Since 1880,
"08.12.2016 22:57:44" National Snow and Ice Data Center Slow going in the Arctic.
"08.12.2016 22:29:28" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration We are saddened by the loss of Sen. John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth. He also became a U.S. senator and later, at the age of 77 when he flew on the space shuttle, he became the oldest person to fly in space. Our deepest condolences go out to
"07.12.2016 17:38:00" Dishing the dirt (soil moisture) NASA doesn't study just the stars and planets; it is also concerned about the soil beneath your feet. Studying the moisture in the top 2 inches of the soil from space with a satellite named "SMAP" can help weather forecasters predict flash floods, farmers
"06.12.2016 21:13:29" National Snow and Ice Data Center Average Arctic sea ice extent for November set a record low, reflecting unusually high air temperatures, winds from the south, and a warm ocean. Since October, Arctic ice extent has been more than two standard deviations lower than the long-term average. Average Arctic sea ice extent for November set a record low, reflecting unusually high air temperatures, winds from the south, and a warm ocean. Since October, Arctic ice extent has been more than two standard deviations lower than the long-term average.
"06.12.2016 19:56:11" lab.cccb.org Climate, Culture, Change | CCCB LAB The fight against climate change is almost certainly the most significant global challenge for the 21st century. What role should the culture play? Culture can play a key role in bringing about the required change: technological solutions are not enough, they must go hand in hand with changes in the way we feel and act.
"06.12.2016 17:08:00" Blowin' in the wind Since 1978, NASA has been monitoring ocean winds via scatterometry, the data of which has improved weather and hurricane forecasts and helped us better understand global climate patterns. Knowing which way the wind is blowing over water is critical for
"06.12.2016 07:16:09" U.S. Global Change Research Program You may have heard about the effects of #climatechange on our oceans. This coral reefs infographic helps explain: http://bit.ly/2gJXF99
"05.12.2016 21:13:07" Our scale in the sky The force of gravity not only keeps us from floating away, it lets NASA study Earth's water and ice from space. Using a pair of twin satellites named GRACE, we can monitor where our planet's water is going, even when it is underground.
More about how
"05.12.2016 18:08:16" usaid.gov USAID Climate Action Review: 2010–2016 This report looks back at what USAID and our partners have accomplished over six years. It describes how our climate work has evolved, it summarizes our major achievements, it distills lessons learned and shares examples from a portfolio of activities USAID - US Agency for International Development has learned that climate change is most effectively managed when treated as both an environmental and an economic challenge. Countries facing repeated crises find it most difficult to adopt climate
"03.12.2016 16:26:13" Climate Feedback The US House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology has tweeted a link yesterday to a story on the “news blog” Breitbart (!), which is based on Daily Mail story that scientists show is highly misleading.
Check scientists' analysis
"02.12.2016 22:16:21" Earth Has a Fever Earth's average temperature has risen over 1º F in the past century. It is projected to rise an additional 3º to 10º over the next 100 years. Data from NASA's global network of satellites, airborne missions and surface monitoring systems is used to build
"02.12.2016 21:45:12" National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) The ocean has always been a noisy place. But it's getting louder. Learn more about what ocean noise is, why it matters & steps NOAA is taking http://go.usa.gov/x8PDR
"02.12.2016 21:41:44" NOAA Climate.Gov #FactFriday The 2016 Atlantic Hurricane season (while not the most active) was the longest on record. With 15 named storms, the season began in January with Hurricane Alex. The deadly Hurricane Otto struck Central America in late November.
"02.12.2016 19:01:30" Earth Expeditions: CORAL Probes the Great Barrier ... The three-year CORAL mission will survey a portion of the world's coral reefs to assess the condition of these threatened ecosystems via airborne instruments and in-water field work.
"02.12.2016 18:27:55" NASA Goddard Data from NASA's Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere, or AIM, spacecraft shows the sky over Antarctica is glowing electric blue due to the start of noctilucent, or night-shining, cloud season in the Southern Hemisphere – and an early one at that.
"02.12.2016 18:17:57" NOAA Climate.Gov Looking for a range of easy-to-understand climate maps in a single interface? Check out Data Snapshots! Featuring the work of NOAA scientists, each “snapshot” is a public-friendly version of an existing data product.
"01.12.2016 22:24:40" climatekids.nasa.gov Help Earth: Get a real Christmas tree! | NASA's Climate Kids Get a real tree this holiday season. Buy it or cut it yourself at a tree farm. Either way, you will be helping the environment. Yes, most Christmas trees are grown on farms specifically to become Christmas trees.
"01.12.2016 21:54:11" The usual suspects Before the Industrial Revolution, Earth's climate changed due to natural events such as volcanic activity and solar energy variations. These natural events still contribute to climate change today, but their impact is very small compared to the growing
"01.12.2016 21:27:33" NASA Sea Level Before and after images tell a story of a once-thriving community, now underwater.
"01.12.2016 20:24:44" climate.nasa.gov Sea level | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA. Whether or not you live on a coastline, sea level rise poses a serious threat to millions of people.
"01.12.2016 17:38:42" Climate Central The area in exceptional drought in the Southeast is larger than area of California in exceptional drought — 50 percent larger in fact.
"01.12.2016 01:07:23" NASA Student Airborne Research Program - SARP We are accepting applications for SARP 2017!
Deadline Feb 1, 2017
"30.11.2016 20:31:55" Gas problem Greenhouse gases are vital to life on Earth, but the growing concentration of certain gases, such as carbon dioxide, is throwing the planet's delicate balance out of whack. NASA is on the case, studying carbon dioxide on a global scale and its effects on
"30.11.2016 15:54:48" NPP - Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership This natural-color satellite image from Nov. 29 captured the U.S. Smoky Mountain fires via the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) instrument that flies aboard the Suomi NPP satellite.
Actively burning areas are outlined in red. Smoke
"30.11.2016 15:16:37" www2.ucar.edu Days of record-breaking heat ahead | UCAR - University Corporation for Atmospheric Research BOULDER, Colo. — If society continues to pump greenhouse gases into the atmosphere at the current rate, Americans later this century will have to endure, on average, about 15 daily maximum temperature records for every time that the mercury notches a Record high U.S. temperatures could outpace record lows 15 to 1.
"30.11.2016 15:15:14" news.osu.edu West Antarctic ice shelf breaking up from the inside out Researchers trace the origin of a 2015 iceberg to a crack that formed deep beneath the ice
"29.11.2016 23:04:51" Mission to Earth NASA's mission to Earth
NASA doesn't explore just outer space! Since 1959, with the launch of the first weather satellite, NASA has been studying our home planet on a global scale. NASA monitors Earth's vital signs via satellites and airplanes, sends
"29.11.2016 21:44:58" climate.nasa.gov Writing about climate: An enduring bond between art and science A dark night brings another sunrise, a winter brings another spring, and a goodbye brings another hello We at NASA are part of a continuous stream of creative endeavors, of science, of aspirations achieved—each one built upon those who came before, and each one a step for the next ones to climb.
"29.11.2016 21:43:00" Energy+Notion Erection of the final wind turbines at Pen-y-cyoedd windfarm, the largest onshore farm in the UK with 76 turbines. The farm being overseen by Vattenfall is just miles from the fabled Rhondda Valley once the world's most productive area of deep coal
"28.11.2016 22:28:21" U.S. Global Change Research Program If you missed it, last week we released our annual report to Congress: Our Changing Planet bit.ly/2f2uH8l
"28.11.2016 20:16:32" lab.cccb.org Climate, Culture, Change | CCCB LAB The fight against climate change is almost certainly the most significant global challenge for the 21st century. What role should the culture play? The Cultural Innovation International Prize shines a spotlight on the role of culture in social change in affecting a more environmentally ethical society. Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona
"28.11.2016 20:12:34" CCCB How can culture defy climate change? The second edition of the Cultural Innovation International Prize encourages projects that offer imaginative and effective solutions to one of the biggest global problems of the 21st century. The winning proposal will
"25.11.2016 16:09:24" NOAA Climate.Gov Arctic ice cover plays an important role in maintaining Earth's temperature—the shiny white ice reflects light and the net heat that the ocean would otherwise absorb, keeping the Northern Hemisphere cool. Learn more at the Climate Resilience Toolkit.
"24.11.2016 22:53:54" Climate Central On our current emissions path, where fossil fuels are the dominant energy source, average high temperatures during the week of Thanksgiving are projected to climb 5-10°F in most of these cities by the end of the century.
"22.11.2016 21:03:13" climatekids.nasa.gov Make a Stained Glass Leaf! | NASA's Climate Kids You get to create a stunning “stained glass” leaf. What better way to highlight the changing seasons than a beautifully translucent, fall-colored ornament? The fall season adds color to our lives, so scientists want to know how climate change is altering the timing of its beautiful displays. Show your appreciation of nature's vibrant hues by embellishing your home with a stained glass leaf.
"22.11.2016 20:27:04" climate.nasa.gov Study sheds new insights into global warming trends A new analysis of the temporary slowdown seen in Earth's global average surface temperature warming trend between 1998 and 2013 concludes Earth's ocean absorbed the extra heat. "Hiatus" explained: Earth's ocean absorbed extra heat during the temporary "slowdown" of global warming.
"22.11.2016 17:40:42" climate.nasa.gov This Thanksgiving, let's be thankful for planet Earth When life feels heavy, NASA helps us look at it from the highest perspective. When life feels heavy, NASA gives me the opportunity to look at Earth from the highest perspective. From above, the world appears remote and untouched. There's nothing but the timeless, immaculate and infinite beauty of our planet.
"21.11.2016 18:00:59" climate.nasa.gov Carbon dioxide concentration | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA. October 2016 was the second-warmest on record. Global average atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration was about 405 parts per million (ppm).
"21.11.2016 17:58:54" climate.nasa.gov The last three Octobers are the warmest on record October 2016 was the second warmest October in 136 years of modern record-keeping, according to a monthly analysis of global temperatures by scientists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS). October 2016's temperature was 0.18 degrees Celsius cooler than the warmest October in 2015.
"21.11.2016 15:57:13" Extremely warm 2015-'16 winter cyclone weakened Arctic sea ice... A large cyclone brought so much heat and humidity to the frigid, dry Arctic in December 2015 that it thinned the sea ice cover by almost 4 inches (10 cm) on average during the time of the year when it should have been growing thicker and stronger. The
"17.11.2016 21:42:19" climate.nasa.gov Need a dose of calm? Slow down and relax. Earth is beautiful. Take a moment today—right now, in fact—to step back and feast on the great wonder of our home planet, Earth.
"17.11.2016 21:33:31" NASA Sea Level The much anticipated GRACE Follow-On mission is a step closer to launch! By mapping Earth's gravitational fields, the twin satellites will continue tracking year-to-year changes in sea-level rise, polar ice-cap mass loss in Greenland and Antarctica, and
"16.11.2016 22:07:09" climate.nasa.gov From NYC to Rio: NASA helps cities address climate risks After Hurricane Sandy rocked the U.S. East Coast in 2012, the New York City government set out to repair the city — and asked for NASA's help. A public educational webinar discussing how the city of Rio de Janeiro is responding to the challenge of monitoring water quality and addressing sea-level rise will take place TODAY at 5:30 p.m. EST (2:30 p.m. PST):
"16.11.2016 20:57:32" climate.nasa.gov MISR Where on Earth…? Quiz #28 MISR Where on Earth…?
Are you ready for a challenge? Become a geographical detective and solve the latest mystery quiz from NASA's MISR (Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer) instrument onboard the Terra satellite. Prize submissions for perfect scores
"16.11.2016 17:23:29" climatekids.nasa.gov What can trees tell us about climate change? | NASA's Climate Kids Tree rings can provide information about past climate! The best way scientists can travel back in time to study Earth's past climate (paleoclimatology) is by observing historical imprints, or “proxy indicators.” Tree rings are one proxy indicator, each light ring and dark ring telling a story of a year in the
"16.11.2016 15:21:41" NASA Earth Today on #FacebookLive we're looking at how NASA is working with cities like Rio de Janeiro and New York City to better understand and prepare their towns in a changing climate.
NASA's fleet of satellites is able to look at Earth's vital signs - even
"15.11.2016 21:44:51" climatekids.nasa.gov NASA's Climate Kids Your kids will inherit the Earth. Here's your one-stop educational shop on climate change for kids and educators. #TeachingClimate
"15.11.2016 21:16:16" climate.nasa.gov Extremely warm 2015-'16 winter cyclone weakened Arctic sea ice pack A large cyclone brought so much heat and humidity to the frigid, dry Arctic in December 2015 that it thinned and shank the sea ice cover during the time of the year when it should have been growing thicker and stronger. “Maybe in the coming years, if we start with a thinner winter ice pack we'll see extreme events like these cause even bigger melt-outs across the Arctic.”
—Alek Petty, NASA Goddard sea ice researcher
"15.11.2016 17:02:17" public.wmo.int 2016 on track to be the hottest year on record It is very likely that 2016 will be the hottest year on record, with global temperatures even higher than the record-breaking temperatures in 2015. Preliminary data shows that 2016's global temperatures are approximately 1.2° Celsius above pre-industrial
"15.11.2016 15:33:14" climate.nasa.gov First GRACE Follow-On satellite completes construction The first of two satellites has been completed for a follow-on to NASA's GRACE mission. "GRACE data have revolutionized our understanding of Earth's water cycle and how water and ice are distributed on the planet. From it, we can see clear trends in the ice-mass loss in the Arctic and the Antarctic, and clear trends in droughts in South
"15.11.2016 14:42:46" Energy+Notion Energy+Notion featured in the Guardian:
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/gallery/2016/nov/15/coal-mines-to-turbines-how-energy-shapes-the-welsh-landscape-in-pictures Coal mines to wind turbines
"14.11.2016 21:02:23" Global warming from 1880 to 2015 “Climate change is the challenge of our generation, and NASA's vital work on this important issue affects every person on Earth.”
—NASA Administrator Charles Bolden
Earth's 2015 surface temperatures were the warmest since modern record keeping began in
"10.11.2016 21:21:26" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration We're using #SmallSats for BIG science! Discover how these 6 tiny satellites are changing how we see the Earth: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/153007018409/6-tiny-satellites-that-are-changing-how-we-see
"09.11.2016 21:20:17" NASA Planetquest Happy birthday Carl Sagan. You taught us to look at the stars, but remember where we come from. One home, Earth.
"09.11.2016 17:41:58" NASA Earth This planet we share (and study) is a beautiful place.
This image shows a view of the International Space Station from the Space Shuttle Endeavour. Need another dose of calm? Go here: http://climate.nasa.gov/blog/2513/need-a-dose-of-calm/
"08.11.2016 16:33:24" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Good morning America! Today's #ElectionDay. Here's a look at our country on this Blue Marble. Remember to go vote today!
"07.11.2016 23:23:58" climate.nasa.gov Need a dose of calm? Slow down and relax. Earth is beautiful. Earth, from the vantage point of space: Serene, breathtaking, magnificent. No matter how crazy busy your day is, no matter the level of stress, or chaos, or distraction, take a moment today—right now, in fact—to step back and feast on the great wonder of
"07.11.2016 20:04:35" NASA Earth NASA uses small satellites as a cost-effective way to test technology and study Earth with new methods. Today at 2:30pmET/11:30amPT, we'll be holding a briefing to talk about six upcoming Earth missions. You can listen along at nasa.gov/live.
"07.11.2016 19:54:13" NOAA Climate.Gov Generate graphs showing the abundance of gases measured at more than 200 sites around the world with this interactive graphing tool.
"06.11.2016 16:08:43" NASA Operation IceBridge IceBridge is down today to allow the crew to rest after a very productive week. But here's pictures from yesterday's scenic flight over the Getz Ice Shelf: 1) Iceberg in the process of calving off the Getz Ice Shelf (NASA/Jeremy Harbeck). 2) Large tabular
"05.11.2016 05:07:10" news.nationalgeographic.com Climate Change Captured in Stunning Antarctic Ice Photos NASA's IceBridge missions provide visual evidence of melting ice.
"04.11.2016 15:32:36" Weekly Arctic sea ice age between 1984 and 2016 One significant change in the Arctic region in recent years has been the rapid decline in perennial sea ice. Perennial sea ice, also known as multi-year ice, is the portion of the sea ice that survives the summer melt season. Perennial ice may have a
"04.11.2016 14:52:50" NASA Operation IceBridge ATM Project Manager Jim Yungel reports that "today's science target site was Thwaites Glacier, which we first mapped in 2002 flying on a Chilean Navy P3 aircraft and many times since that initial mission. The 14-year timespan of ATM lidar elevations,
"04.11.2016 03:02:29" Climate Central “This gives us the best possible shot to save the one planet we've got."
"03.11.2016 16:47:12" climate.nasa.gov See how Arctic sea ice is losing its bulwark against warming summers The Arctic's oldest and thickest ice has been thinning or melting away over the past decades, leaving the sea ice cap more vulnerable to the warming ocean and atmosphere. Arctic sea ice, the vast sheath of frozen seawater floating on the Arctic Ocean and its neighboring seas, has been hit with a double whammy over the past decades: as its extent shrank, the oldest and thickest ice has either thinned or melted away, leaving
"03.11.2016 14:29:37" lancaster.ac.uk New study provides food carbon footprint pecking order | Lancaster University Researchers have compiled the first comprehensive carbon footprint league table for fresh food so chefs, caterers and everyday foodies can cook meals without cooking the planet. Researchers have compiled the first comprehensive carbon footprint league table for fresh food so chefs, caterers and everyday foodies can cook meals without cooking the planet.
"02.11.2016 20:50:28" climate.nasa.gov New, space-based view of human-made carbon dioxide Scientists have produced the first global maps of human emissions of carbon dioxide ever made solely from satellite observations, using data from NASA's OCO-2.
"02.11.2016 17:42:38" COP22 A week before the official opening of #COP22, why don't you show us why it is time to act?
To do so, post a selfie with what you want to preserve on the planet, use the hashtag #ActionTime and tag/identify us (COP22) in your picture. Your selfie will be
"01.11.2016 19:26:17" climate.nasa.gov NASA, psyched about sustainability On Earth, on Mars and everywhere in between When most people think about the International Space Station, the first thing that comes to mind is floating and flipping around in zero gravity, not the fact that the ISS is an off-the-grid, self-contained environmental ecosystem with a core principle of
"01.11.2016 16:48:03" rsbl.royalsocietypublishing.org Use of glacial fronts by narwhals (Monodon monoceros) in West Greenland Glacial fronts are important summer habitat for narwhals ( Monodon monoceros ); however, no studies have quantified which glacial properties attract whales. We investigated the importance of glacial habitats using telemetry data from n = 15 whales tagged Although it's not about Greenland melting, we are happy to announce the publication of the very first paper using OMG data by Kirstin Laidre of University of Washington and coauthors!!!
They found that narwhals prefer to feed near glaciers that, among
"31.10.2016 22:25:02" climatekids.nasa.gov Make a NASA Climate Kids Pumpkin! Celebrate Halloween by making your very own NASA Climate Kids pumpkins with these easy-to-use stencils! Download these cool stencils of the Earth, the carbon cycle, a windmill and more to paint on your pumpkin!
"31.10.2016 19:24:51" ourchangingclimate.us Our Changing Climate Our workshops were developed to train community members to see, evaluate, and share their everyday experiences through the lens of climate change. We all know the ice caps are melting, but did you know the effects of climate change can be seen all around you? Find out how you can track climate change in your local community and share what you see.
"31.10.2016 18:22:24" Climate Central “2015 was a record year for renewables."
"31.10.2016 18:21:54" Climate Central October 31 can be hot, cold, rainy, or even snowy depending on weather patterns.
"31.10.2016 17:15:53" climate.nasa.gov Arctic sea ice minimum | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA.
"31.10.2016 17:04:50" exoplanets.nasa.gov Exoplanets Exploration: Galaxy of Horrors Exoplanet Exploration: Planets Beyond our Solar System. Current news, discoveries, data, and interactive 3-D visualizations of exoplanets from NASA. This Halloween, take a tour of some of the most terrifying and mind-blowing destinations in our galaxy. After one visit to these nightmare worlds, you may never want to leave Earth again.
Via NASA Planetquest
"31.10.2016 16:41:58" NASA Sea Level A decade of observations has irreversibly altered scientific understanding of Antarctica's subsurface lakes. Get under the hood to discover the previously unseen lakes, flowing streams and floods.
"31.10.2016 14:51:23" NASA Space Place Want to be your favorite planet for #Halloween? Same. Introducing our latest planet mask activity! Share your own masks and tag #NASACostume. Here's how to make them: http://go.nasa.gov/2dLguJy
"31.10.2016 14:50:37" NASA Space Place Is #Earth your favorite planet? Great! Because our home planet is pretty cool. Not only does it have liquid water, but it also supports life! Dress up as Earth this Halloween, and be sure to share and tag #NASACostume! http://go.nasa.gov/2dLguJy
"31.10.2016 13:43:45" NOAA Marine Debris There's nothing scarier than marine debris! Remember to secure your decorations and dispose of candy wrappers properly this Halloween.
"27.10.2016 14:34:20" Energy+Notion Bradley Derrick, once a coal miner in Wales now a worker at Pen-y-Cymoedd wind farm, Wales, the largest onshore farm in the UK. The farm is built on the south Wales coalfield once the world's largest producer of coal. #blackandwhitephotography #vattenfall Coal miner turned wind farmer. Check it out:
"25.10.2016 22:46:06" climate.nasa.gov Studies offer new glimpse of melting under Antarctic glaciers Two new studies offer a direct view of rapid melting from the undersides of glaciers in West Antarctica, with implications for future rates of global sea level rise. "If I had been using data from only one instrument, I wouldn't have believed what I was looking at, because the thinning was so large."
—Ala Khazendar, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
"25.10.2016 21:30:30" Nanook Nanook video with English subtitles - feel free to share This song “Nanook," which means "the greatest of all polar bears," is concerned about how climate change is affecting this animal's way of life. But climate change also affects humanity, especially the people living in the Arctic who witness climate
"24.10.2016 19:44:11" climatekids.nasa.gov Make a NASA Climate Kids Pumpkin! | NASA's Climate Kids Celebrate the fall season and Halloween by making your very own NASA Climate Kids pumpkins with these easy-to-use stencils! Not every pumpkin has to become a jack-o'-lantern. Impress your Halloween trick-or-treaters with these fun, easy Earth-themed stencil designs.
"24.10.2016 17:57:54" Photos from NASA Climate Change's post Teachers, our monthly newsletter has a new look and helps you keep up with the latest in NASA climate science. Subscribe now: http://climate.nasa.gov/newsletter_signup/.
"21.10.2016 21:43:50" NASA Planetquest This month we celebrate the discovery that changed the way we see our universe–the first planet around a sun-like star. Twenty-one years ago astronomers found 51 Pegasi b ... and many more friends since! Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/2erdC5u
Music by: Happy birthday, 51 Peg, from Earth!
"20.10.2016 20:14:33" NASA Sea Level Visit the link below to learn Laura Faye Tenenbaum's surprising revelation about standing in front of a big, melting beacon of Earth's rising temperatures.
"20.10.2016 19:31:28" NASA Space Place Is #Earth your favorite planet? Great! Because our home planet is pretty cool. Not only does it have liquid water, but it also supports life! Dress up as Earth this Halloween, and be sure to share and tag #NASACostume! http://go.nasa.gov/2dLguJy Halloween is around the corner. Don't have a costume? Dress as your favorite planet, Earth: http://go.nasa.gov/2dLguJy. #NASACostume
"20.10.2016 15:38:22" climate.nasa.gov Carbon dioxide concentration | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA. September 2016 was the warmest on record—continuing a streak of record-breaking months. Find out for how long the streak has been going at the link below.
"20.10.2016 14:41:37" Energy+Notion Sheep at a solar farm, that was built on the site of a open-cast coal mine on the edge of the south Wales coal-field, Wales, UK. Behind is a wind farm. Wales has been transformed from the world's largest producer of coal. This still is a still from the Solar farm, wind farm and sheep where coal field used to be.
"20.10.2016 14:38:38" Climate Central This is what it's like to be an early career researcher at a seminal moment in the planet's history.
"19.10.2016 16:02:59" Shrinking glaciers along western Antarctica A new analysis of satellite data reveals that glaciers along the Bellingshausen Sea coast of western Antarctica have been shrinking for at least four decades. The likely cause is relatively warm ocean water licking at the underside of ice floating near
"19.10.2016 15:32:24" climate.nasa.gov September was warmest on record by narrow margin September 2016 was the warmest September in 136 years of modern record-keeping, according to a monthly analysis of global temperatures by scientists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York. The record-warm September means 11 of the past 12 consecutive months dating back to October 2015 have set new monthly high-temperature records.
"19.10.2016 15:16:55" climate.nasa.gov Historical records may underestimate sea level rise A new NASA/university study finds tide gauges, the longest, best-quality historical records of ocean water levels, may have underestimated 20th century global sea level rise. Tide gauges may have underestimated 20th century global average sea level rise.
"18.10.2016 21:34:13" Climate Central Hint: they've all occurred recently. Very recently.
"18.10.2016 18:46:11" data.giss.nasa.gov Data.GISS: GISTEMP Update: NASA Analysis Finds Warmest September on Record By Narrow Margin September 2016 was the warmest September in 136 years of modern record-keeping, according to a monthly analysis of global temperatures by scientists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York. September 2016 was another record-breaker.
"18.10.2016 18:43:30" Precipitation Measurement Missions The Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core satellite saw heavy rain with rates of around 50 mm/hr (~2 inches/hr shown in dark red) in the front that absorbed the remnants of former northwestern Pacific Ocean Typhoon Songda. These images were
"18.10.2016 18:41:44" NOAA Satellite and Information Service This true-color image from the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) instrument aboard the NOAA/NASA Suomi NPP satellite shows a large plume of smoke drifting eastward from the Junkins Fire in burning near Pueblo, Colorado, on October 17,
"18.10.2016 18:40:52" NASA's Hurricane Web Page NW PACIFIC OCEAN *Full Update* NASA Spots Tropical Storm Sarika's Direct Hit to Hainan Island, China
As Tropical Storm Sarika moved over Hainan Island, China, NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite captured a visible picture of the storm as it made a direct hit.
"18.10.2016 18:40:35" American Geophysical Union (AGU) "Greenland tidewater outlet glaciers in this region have experienced substantial retreat since 1990."
At #AGUblogs via AGU Climate
"18.10.2016 18:39:59" NASA Operation IceBridge IceBridge is back from "almost certainly OIB's best-ever science
return from an Antarctic sea ice flight," collecting data from all sensors for more than 99% of the mission. Here's a couple snapshots including: 1) the northern edge of the northwestern
"18.10.2016 18:39:20" NASA Operation IceBridge The OIB campaign kickoff feature is live! http://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2016/nasa-launches-eighth-year-of-antarctic-ice-change-airborne-survey
"17.10.2016 21:09:12" NASA Earth Typhoon Sarika Over the Philippines
At 1:10 p.m. local time (05:10 Universal Time) on October 15, 2016, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA's Aqua satellite captured this image of Typhoon Sarika bearing down on the
"17.10.2016 20:29:52" climate.nasa.gov Making lemonade out of climate change Science unveils the sheer beauty Planet Earth Yes, climate change is happening, it's real and it's serious. I know it and my climate scientist friends know it. But I'm just not the kind of person who can spend my days in fear, despair and anger. I just can't. Fundamentally, it's not who I am.
"17.10.2016 16:24:46" NOAA Climate.Gov If there's a 70% chance of #LaNina, what does that mean for my winter weather?
It's important to remember that every La Niña event is different, but this map illustrates the *typical* impacts of La Niña on U.S. winter weather. The impacts shown have been
"17.10.2016 14:39:22" Energy+Notion Construction of wind turbines at the Pen-y-Cymoedd wind farm in South Wales. The wind farm will be the largest onshore wind farm in the UK. It is located within a mile of the Rhondda Valley which was once the world's most productive coal mining area. This New wind farm going up in South Wales.
"15.10.2016 00:49:20" Josh Willis Oceans Melting Greenland update, Oct 14, 2016:
OMG has now completed it's first survey of the oceans surrounding Greenland using air-deployed temperature and salinity probes. All together we dropped 213 probes, and collected data around the entire Mission accomplished for the first year of NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland. Check it out:
"12.10.2016 21:13:03" www.fastcoexist.com The Melting Ice Sheet, The Artist, And The Space Agency Artist Justin Guariglia's enormous artwork comes from embedding with NASA as it collects climate change data and is meant to last centuries, to serve... Working with NASA, the artist Justin Guariglia's work highlights climate change and ice mass loss.
"12.10.2016 21:04:14" Energy+Notion Sheep feed on a mountain top, with wind turbines in the distance, above the south Wales valleys, once the world's most prolific coal producing region. This still is from the 3-d and time lapse photo-documentary installation and exhibit This was one of the world's most prolific coal mining regions. Look at it now.
"12.10.2016 17:53:10" NASA Earth Last week, #EarthExpedition Oceans Melting Greenland team re-positioned to Iceland to finish their coastal survey of Greenland's waters. If you want to learn more about the mission, head over to OMG principal investigator Josh Willis' page:
"12.10.2016 17:12:58" Josh Willis With our primary mission to survey the continental shelf around Greenland complete, the OMG crew set out on one last mission to survey a major fjord system along the east coast. The weather was good and the view was spectacular. We collected 7 good Oceans Melting Greenland's final flight to survey the ocean water deep inside Greenland's long narrow fjord system a major success!
"10.10.2016 21:21:58" ilmasto-opas.fi Videos and visualizations - Climateguide.fi The Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) has published a new interactive visualization about the greenhouse gas concentrations (carbon dioxide and methane) measured in Finnish Lapland, at Pallas Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) station.
"10.10.2016 21:12:47" U.S. Global Change Research Program #MeasureMonday GET-D, a new product from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), provides early drought warning http://bit.ly/2cQz5St
"10.10.2016 16:28:46" Josh Willis OMG just finished its last science mission in Greenland. We are live now in Keflavik, Iceland after dropping 8 last probes in a major fjord system on the east coast. Join lead NASA scientist, Josh Willis, and the crew for a debrief by the plane. Watch OMG live now
"10.10.2016 15:46:15" Energy+Notion Wind turbines at the Pen-y-Cymoedd wind farm in South Wales. The wind farm will be the largest onshore wind farm in the UK. It is located within a mile of the Rhondda Valley which was once the world's most productive coal mining area. This still is a This new wind farm is located within a mile of where the world's most productive coal mine used to be.
"10.10.2016 15:42:17" Josh Willis Hey Everybody! Look for OMG to go live on Facebook after today's flight. Check back here between 9-10am Pacific (noon-1pm Eastern) in the US. Tune in at Josh Willis for Oceans Melting Greenland Facebook live.
"10.10.2016 15:06:32" NASA Goddard NASA's Precipitation Measurement Missions' GPM core satellite captured Hurricane Matthew in 3-D as it made landfall on Haiti and as it traveled up to the Florida coast.
The Global Precipitation Measurement Mission or GPM flew directly over the storm
"09.10.2016 16:25:35" Josh Willis Today we finished the survey in southeast Greenland, which means we've completed our around-the-coast survey plan. We woke up before the sun and rolled out in the rain, but had great weather at the survey site. We dropped 10 probes, and got good data Yay team Oceans Melting Greenland!!!!
"08.10.2016 21:28:26" Josh Willis Another excellent survey day today. We collected data from 15 of 15 probes, bringing our total number of drops to 195 and completing the central part of the survey along Greenland's east coast. With one more day to collect data along the south east tip, Follow the latest Oceans Melting Greenland news.
"07.10.2016 17:02:41" Precipitation Measurement Missions We're talking about the science behind Hurricane Matthew using NASA satellite observations from space. NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement Mission or GPM core satellite saw tremendous amounts of rainfall throughout Haiti. GPM has now captured Matthew
"07.10.2016 16:44:13" The NOAA Hurricane Hunters The crew just returned from a very turbulent flight into the powerful #HurricaneMatthew on WP-3D Orion #NOAA43. Take a first hand look at the flight through the eyewall and into the eye of the storm.
If you are in an area that may be impacted by the
"07.10.2016 14:58:00" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration 3D views of Hurricane #Matthew show the storm as it weakened to Category 3 status last night. Find out the latest on Matthew here: www.nasa.gov/matthew
"07.10.2016 14:46:40" Energy+Notion Coal is extracted from Welsh coal seams at the UK's largest open-cast coal mine, Ffos-y-Fran, near Merthyr. The mine extracts coal for Aberthaw Power Station. The power station has been under scrutiny due to high levels of Nitrogen Oxide (NOx). This is Here's what UK's largest open-cast coal mine looks like.
"06.10.2016 23:12:39" NASA Earth Tomorrow, NASA's Precipitation Measurement Missions will host a Facebook LIVE on 'The Science of the Storm" concerning #HurricaneMatthew at 1 pm EDT / 10am PDT.
"06.10.2016 21:24:41" climate.nasa.gov A wall of ice in transition I went off for a day to visit Russell Glacier, which flows from the Greenland Ice Sheet down the Akuliarusiarsuup Kuua River, into the Kangerlussuaq Fjord and out into the Davis Strait. I knew I'd watch it melt right in front of me. And I expected to I thought bearing witness to the long, slow demise of something so old, so immense, so powerful would bring me down, but it didn't.
via Laura Faye Tenenbaum
"06.10.2016 20:12:06" NASA Earth Video: Hurricane Matthew Approaching the Florida Coast
This time-lapse animation shows Hurricane Matthew as observed by NOAA's GOES-East, a geostationary weather satellite that monitors the eastern half of the continental United States and the Atlantic
"06.10.2016 17:56:28" climatenow.fi ILMASTO.NYT Climate.now is a multidisciplinary study and teaching module on the basics of climate change. It contains written material, video lectures and interviews, assignments, tests and a guide for teachers that will help anyone familiarise themselves with the People from all fields of expertise are needed to defeat climate change.
"06.10.2016 17:52:35" ilmasto-opas.fi Uutinen - Climateguide.fi Soil modelling to help curb climate change. Soil is a major carbon pool. According to a recent study, soil carbon stocks could be modelled more accurately by factoring in the impacts of both soil nutrient status and soil composition.
"06.10.2016 15:48:35" Wyoming's open-pit coal mine growth Wyoming's Powder River Basin hosts the North Antelope Rochelle Complex—largest coal mine in the U.S.—and the Black Thunder Mine. Together, they produced 22 percent of the U.S. coal supply in 2014. These images (June 29, 1984 to June 21, 2016) show the
"06.10.2016 15:42:58" climate.nasa.gov Lake Victoria hazardous thunderstorm study could improve climate forecasts around U.S. An international study has determined that Lake Victoria in East Africa will become a hotspot for hazardous thunderstorms due to climate change using techniques that could improve regional climate and weather forecasts around inland bodies of water in the
"06.10.2016 15:42:35" climate.nasa.gov Polar bears across the Arctic face shorter sea ice season A new study found a trend toward earlier sea ice melt in the spring and later ice growth in the fall across all 19 polar bear subpopulations, which can negatively impact the feeding and breeding capabilities of the bears.
"06.10.2016 14:29:41" NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center Severe Hurricane Matthew is approaching Andros Island in the Bahamas. The outer rainbands are already approaching Florida. It's centered at 8 a.m. EDT about 30 miles (45 km) south-southeast of Nassau and 215 miles (350 km) southeast of W. Palm Beach,
"06.10.2016 04:55:36" NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center Reports from NOAA and Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft indicate that maximum sustained winds have decreased to near 115 mph (185 km/h) with higher gusts a category 3 hurricane
on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. It's centered at 8 p.m.
"05.10.2016 21:58:49" climate.nasa.gov TEDx Talk: Run toward the challenge of climate change. I dare you. Everyone you admire, everyone who's accomplished greatness, faced obstacles along the way. Think about it. Everyone. The most impressive athletes, artists or public figures found their way to success... What do you think might happen if, instead of seeing climate change as a burden we have to bear, we thought of it as an amazing challenge? Challenge is exciting, challenge is inspiring, challenge makes us grow. Without struggle, without challenge, without
"05.10.2016 20:44:32" International Space Station Cameras on the International Space Station captured new views of Hurricane Matthew at 4 p.m. Eastern time Oct. 5 as the Category 3 storm moved to the north of Cuba toward the Bahamas at about 12 miles an hour, packing winds of 120 miles an hour. After
"05.10.2016 20:07:12" The Weather Channel 8.7 million Americans are now under a Hurricane Warning. This is the view of a strengthening Hurricane #Matthew from the International Space Station as it moves over the central Bahamas and approaches the U.S. Please write your comments below.
"05.10.2016 19:38:09" NASA Sea Level The force of gravity not only keeps us from floating away, it lets NASA study Earth's water and ice from space. Using a pair of twin satellites named GRACE, we can monitor where our planet's water is going, even when it is underground.
"05.10.2016 19:37:55" NASA Sea Level For over 20 years NASA has been tracking the global surface topography of the ocean to understand the important role it plays in our daily lives. Climate change is causing our ocean to warm and glaciers to melt, resulting in sea level rise. Since 1880,
"05.10.2016 19:37:43" NASA Sea Level Located in the Arctic near the North Pole, Greenland is covered by a massive ice sheet three times the size of Texas and a mile deep on average. Greenland is warming almost twice as fast as Antarctica, which is causing the ice to melt and raise global sea
"05.10.2016 18:21:17" Energy+Notion Wind turbines at the Pen-y-Cymoedd wind farm in South Wales. The wind farm will be the largest onshore wind farm in the UK. It is located within a mile of the Rhondda Valley which was once the world's most productive coal mining area. This still is from Wind turbines in Wales.
"05.10.2016 16:08:21" climatekids.nasa.gov 10 Interesting Things About Energy | NASA's Climate Kids Learn new things about how we use energy.
"05.10.2016 15:41:10" climatekids.nasa.gov Print your own light-switch plates! | NASA's Climate Kids Do you know how much energy you can save if you remember to turn off the light? If you have regular light bulbs, it can save lots of energy. Only 10% of the electricity these bulbs use actually makes the light. The other 90% just generates heat. That's Wasted energy is just more electricity that power plants need to make. The less energy we use, the less fossil fuels these power plants need to burn.
"05.10.2016 15:14:27" International Space Station Cameras outside the International Space Station captured views of major Hurricane Matthew when it flew over the massive storm today. Matthew was moving north at about 10 miles an hour, packing winds of 145 miles an hour as it passed beyond western Haiti
"05.10.2016 15:02:57" climatekids.nasa.gov Light Bulbs | NASA's Climate Kids If you need a new light bulb, you have a hard decision to make. There are several kinds of light bulbs to choose from. What are they? Does it make a difference? Lights use a lot of electricity, so it's important to use the most efficient ones. Efficient Lights use a lot of electricity, so it's important to use the most efficient ones. Efficient bulbs use less electricity to make light. Using less electricity in turn creates less pollution. It's better for everyone.
"05.10.2016 01:16:25" NASA Earth Hurricane Matthew Hits Haiti
On October 4, 2016, Hurricane Matthew made landfall on southwestern Haiti as a category-4 storm—the strongest storm to hit the Caribbean nation in more than 50 years. Just hours after landfall, the Moderate Resolution Imaging
"04.10.2016 15:50:00" National Geographic We're LIVE at the White House with President Barack Obama as he speaks with Leonardo DiCaprio and Dr. Katharine Hayhoe about how we can protect our planet for future generations. Learn more in DiCaprio's new documentary, Before the Flood:
"04.10.2016 15:09:43" Energy+Notion Coal is extracted from Welsh coal seams at the UK's largest open-cast coal mine, Ffos-y-Fran, near Merthyr. The mine extracts coal for Aberthaw Power Station. The power statio has been under scrutiny due to high levels of Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) #renewables UK's largest open-cast coal mine.
"03.10.2016 21:56:29" climate.nasa.gov Swoosh The "swoosh" feeling became our little inside joke when we dropped ocean temperature and salinity probes out of a NASA plane. Swoosh! It's not a sound so much as a feeling. You feel it in your ears and through your whole body. And everyone on the plane — two NASA G-III pilots, two flight engineers and the rest of the Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) crew—feels it at exactly the
"03.10.2016 17:14:14" NASA Earth
"03.10.2016 16:20:30" NASA Earth We're hosting a Facebook Live tomorrow with #EarthExpedition Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) scientists Josh Willis and Ian Fenty and our NASA pilots. They will discuss the OMG mission and answer questions, which you may ask in the comments below.
"01.10.2016 22:54:07" NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center Data from an Air Force Hurricane Hunter aircraft this evening indicate that maximum sustained winds in Hurricane Matthew have increased to near 150 mph (240 km/h) with higher gusts - a strong and dangerous category 4 hurricane on the Saffir- Simpson
"01.10.2016 22:49:03" Josh Willis Oceans Melting Greenland update, Oct 1, 2016:
OMG is now in Greenland collecting its first air-deployed temperature and salinity survey of the coastal water surrounding Greenland. As of today, we've dropped 163 ocean temperature and salinity probes. The Oceans Melting Greenland science update:
"01.10.2016 20:48:52" Josh Willis Weather was a concern today for NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland mission, as a major storm is forecast for both Iceland and southeast Greenland, our survey area. Nevertheless, we took off from Keflavik airport in clear weather and were able to find a Follow along with lead scientist Josh Willis as NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland mission surveys the ocean waters around Greenland's southeast coastline.
"29.09.2016 20:14:44" Energy+Notion Turbines blades resemble monster insects as they are hauled up a Welsh mountainside to construct the UK's largest onshore wind farm. This clip is from the 3-d and time lapse photo-documentary installation and exhibit "Energy+Notion". Constructing UK's largest onshore wind farm.
"29.09.2016 19:01:34" Josh Willis Work to clear the roads and runway of snow continued right up until takeoff this morning. It was an ambitious plan today for OMG, with a goal of finishing the northwest part of the survey by dropping 25 probes. We came pretty close, collecting 23 NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland campaign finishes up surveying Greenland's northwest coastline.
"29.09.2016 17:30:45" NASA Sea Level For over 20 years, satellite altimeters have measured the sea surface height of our ever-changing oceans. This series of images shows the complicated patterns of rising and falling ocean levels across the globe from 1993 to 2015. Sea levels reflect
"28.09.2016 23:01:09" climate.nasa.gov Global surface temperature | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA.
"28.09.2016 22:17:28" climateinteractive.org Climate Momentum Simulation Check out Climate Interactive's Climate Momentum Simulation. We'll have increased sea level rise no matter what.
"28.09.2016 21:23:44" CCCB El proper 11 d'octubre obrim la convocatòria de la segona edició del Premi Internacional a la Innovació Cultural, que estarà dedicada al canvi climàtic. Ja podeu trobar la informació al web:
#innovationcccb #climacccb On October 11, Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona will open the call for the second edition of the International Award for Innovation Culture, which will be dedicated to climate change. You can find the information
"28.09.2016 20:35:57" curator.jsc.nasa.gov Cosmic Dust Samples at Astromaterials Curation The ultra-clean Cosmic Dust Laboratory handles particles one-tenth the diameter of a human hair, curates over thousands of cosmic dust particles. NASA uses U-2, ER-2 and WB-57 aircraft to collect micrometeorites, terrestrial dust and cosmic dust in the stratosphere.
Atmospheric scientists and climatologists study how these tiny particles influence global atmospheric reactions.
"28.09.2016 20:14:33" Timeline Photos Teachers, never miss the latest in climate change from NASA. Subscribe to our enhanced monthly newsletter: http://climate.nasa.gov/newsletter_signup/.
"28.09.2016 15:21:57" Energy+Notion The derelict Navigation Colliery (deep coal mine) in South Wales, built 115 years ago, when Wales was the world's largest coal-exporter. Very few buildings of the 600 plus mines in south Wales stand. Navigation is considered one of the ten most endangered Navigation Colliery, a derelict deep coal mine in South Wales, built 115 years ago, when Wales was the world's largest coal-exporter.
"27.09.2016 21:41:36" New Delhi's population balloons Between the times these two images were taken (March 14, 1991 and March 2, 2016), the population of India's capital and its suburbs, known collectively as “Delhi,” ballooned from 9.4 million to 25 million. It is now second in population only to Tokyo,
"27.09.2016 16:54:52" climatekids.nasa.gov Coral Bleaching Activity | NASA's Climate Kids Learn what factors lead to coral bleaching. A reef is a big group of rocks on the ocean floor, but did you know that a coral reef is actually alive and covered with very small animals called corals? These animals glue their tiny skeletons to rocks, so they end up staying in the same place their
"27.09.2016 16:49:44" climatekids.nasa.gov 10 Interesting Things About Water | NASA's Climate Kids Learn new things about water on Earth. There aren't many qualities that are true of all life on Earth, but the need for water is one of them. It's in all living things, whether they live at the bottom of the ocean or in the driest desert.
"27.09.2016 16:45:09" climatekids.nasa.gov Rainsticks and folklore | NASA's Climate Kids What happens when you simply must have rain? Since the dawn of civilization, humans have relied on rain so they could grow crops and have drinking water. But as important as rain is, we humans haven't had much knowledge of how weather worked for most of our history.
Without scientific knowledge or
"27.09.2016 15:30:45" NASA Sea Level A NASA plane drops temperature and salinity probes far from the Greenland shore, but finds signs of Greenland's melting.
Via Laura Faye Tenenbaum and Josh Willis
"26.09.2016 20:03:42" Energy+Notion Richard Morgan, a sheep and solar farmer in Rhigos, South Wales. Morgan, one of many Welsh farmers who are using their land for renewable energy in Wales. Wales was once a world leader in coal production. This still is from the 3-d and time lapse This Welsh sheep farmer is also farming the sun's energy with a large field of solar panels.
"26.09.2016 20:01:54" youtube.com Jason-3 live briefing At 16:00 (CEST) on 19 September 2016, representatives of all of the Jason-3 programme partners – EUMETSAT, the French Space Agency (CNES), the US's National ... On September 19, 2016, representatives of all of the Jason-3 satellite program partners gave a transatlantic briefing about this key program and were available to answer questions via Twitter.
"26.09.2016 16:24:04" climate.nasa.gov Sea level | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA.
"25.09.2016 19:29:47" Josh Willis Yesterday was a perfect day to fly in northwest Greenland. Winds were light and skies were clear. We headed south from Thule Air Force Base and collected data in Melville Bay, along the northwest coastline. Terrain was steep and impressive. Expert Follow along with NASA oceanographer Josh Willis and Oceans Melting Greenland
"25.09.2016 15:01:49" NOAA Climate.Gov Teaching Climate? In this activity, students examine NASA satellite data to look at the relationship between sea surface temperatures and coral bleaching in the Caribbean.
"23.09.2016 21:26:47" NASA Earth #EarthExpedition COral Reef Airborne Laboratory (CORAL) is designed to transform our understanding of Earth's valuable and ecologically sensitive coral reefs. CORAL is in Australia for a two-month investigation of the Great Barrier Reef, the world's
"23.09.2016 21:25:59" sealevel.nasa.gov Observations | NASA Sea Level Change One of humankind's earliest attempts to keep long-term records of rising seas began in ancient Venice—appropriately enough, given its forced adaptation to slow inundation over many centuries.
"23.09.2016 21:25:44" sealevel.nasa.gov Causes | NASA Sea Level Change The seas of the Earth are rising, a direct result of a changing climate. Ocean temperatures are increasing, leading to ocean expansion. And as ice sheets and glaciers melt, they add more water.
"23.09.2016 21:08:28" climate.nasa.gov Watching our climate 100 miles from shore No one has studied the Baffin Bay waters in detail before—until now. “What are we doing all the way out here?” I thought. If I looked out the left side of NASA's modified G-III aircraft, I could see Canada out the window—Baffin Island, specifically, the largest island in Canada, part of its northeast territory. And if I
"23.09.2016 19:05:51" NASA Sea Level The ocean is essential to life on Earth. Most of Earth's water is stored in the ocean. Although 40 percent of Earth's population lives within or near coastal regions, the ocean impacts people everywhere. Without the ocean, our planet would be
"23.09.2016 17:15:14" climate.nasa.gov Watching our climate 100 miles from shore No one has studied the Baffin Bay waters in detail before—until now. I looked out the window, across the stretch of Baffin Bay at the Greenland coastline, where groups of icebergs dotted the horizon. In this vast expanse, no one knows what the ocean water is like, and we are about to find out so we can better understand
"23.09.2016 16:25:31" NASA Sea Level The twin Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellites, launched on March 17, 2002, have been making detailed measurements of Earth's gravity field from space and revolutionizing investigations about Earth's ocean, water reservoirs,
"23.09.2016 14:17:06" Energy+Notion The "nacelle" is added to a wind turbine at the Pen-y-Cymoedd wind farm in South Wales. The 76 turbine wind farm will be the largest onshore wind farm in the UK. It is located within a mile of the Rhondda Valley which was once the world's most productive The largest wind farm in the UK was once the world's most productive coal mining area.
"22.09.2016 22:01:47" Josh Willis Light rain today on takeoff, but blue skies over our drop area. Today's was an ambitions plan since many of the regions are covered with ice even in summer. We dropped seven probes with only 3 good data returns before finding one small hole in the ice in Follow along with NASA oceanographer Josh Willis and Oceans Melting Greenland:
"22.09.2016 19:28:15" Energy+Notion One Wales longest serving "deep" coal miners, now a tour guide, in the living museum, Big Pit, south Wales. The miner John Perrot has been going underground for around 60 years. Wales is considered the world's first industrialized nation. This is a still Energy+Notion tells the story of the transition from coal to renewable energy in Wales.
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"22.09.2016 14:27:52" climatekids.nasa.gov Make a Stained Glass Leaf! | NASA's Climate Kids Embrace autumn with this fun activity! Happy first day of fall! What better way to highlight the changing seasons than to make a beautifully translucent, fall-colored ornament? As beautiful as these colors are, they are actually an important climate change indicator. Scientists are especially
"21.09.2016 22:38:54" climate.nasa.gov When global warming gets you down, come back stronger I've sat in countless meetings here at NASA, where scientists and engineers fight to create complex flying machines that observe particles as tiny as a molecule from miles away, or hand build a one-of-a-kind experimental instrument from scratch, out of
"21.09.2016 20:28:57" Simulated clouds and aerosols Tiny solid and liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere are called aerosols. Windblown dust, sea salts, sulfates, smoke from wildfires and pollution from factories are all examples of aerosols. Depending upon their size, type and location, aerosols
"21.09.2016 17:29:47" Josh Willis Oceans Melting Greenland update, Sept 20, 2016:
OMG is now in Greenland collecting its first air-deployed temperature and salinity survey of the coastal water surrounding Greenland. As of today, we've dropped 57 ocean temperature and salinity probes, Oceans Melting Greenland update, Sept 20, 2016:
OMG is now in Greenland collecting its first air-deployed temperature and salinity survey of the coastal water surrounding Greenland. As of today, we've dropped 57 ocean temperature and salinity probes,
"21.09.2016 14:44:37" climatekids.nasa.gov Gallery of Fresh Water | NASA's Climate Kids Images of freshwater sources, drought, and polluted water.
"20.09.2016 20:02:02" How global warming stacks up Skeptics of manmade climate change offer various natural causes to explain why the Earth has warmed 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit since 1880. But can these account for the planet's rising temperature? Watch to see how much different factors, both natural and
"19.09.2016 22:31:23" Josh Willis Despite the cloud cover, we had some great views today. These include our plane's shadow on the clouds, two glaciers near the town of Svalbard, Norway and the town itself. (Music used under license by Audioblocks.com) Check out the Oceans Melting Greenland team on NASA's modified G-III flying over two glaciers near Svalbard, Norway.
"18.09.2016 20:01:44" Josh Willis A nice welcome to Svalbard, Norway today.
Hopefully this rainbow is a good omen for tomorrow's flight!
Photo credit: Bill Ehrenstrom, OMG pilot.
"18.09.2016 19:57:54" Josh Willis Made it to Svalbard, Norway. On the flight across, we looked for places to drop ocean temperature and salinity probes near the northeast coast of Greenland, but there was too much sea ice in the way even though the official sea ice minimum was declared Follow the progress of Oceans Melting Greenland
"18.09.2016 14:08:22" Josh Willis Quite the sunrise this morning. Photo by Bill Ehrenstrom, one of our pilots. Oceans Melting Greenland heads towards the next leg of their mission to measure temperature and salinity around Greenland's coastline.
"17.09.2016 10:37:31" Laura Faye Tenenbaum Russell Glacier, Greenland ice sheet terminus about 60 meters/ 200 feet high.
"17.09.2016 07:10:22" U.S. Global Change Research Program ICYMI: #Arctic sea ice ties for second lowest in 2016. More here: go.usa.gov/xKWkR
"16.09.2016 11:25:10" Josh Willis An honor and a privilege to work with this exceptional team. From left: Flight Engineers Terry Lee and Phil Vaughn, Project Manager Steve Dinardo, Lead Scientist Josh Willis (me), Pilots Scott Reagan and Bill Ehrenstrom, and Engineers David Fuller, Johnny Josh Willis with Oceans Melting Greenland team headed out to measure temperature and salinity of ocean waters around the coastline of Greenland.
"16.09.2016 00:11:53" Josh Willis Very successful flight today. We dropped 16 probes, including three in front of Store Glacier, shown here. This brings our total to 34 of 250 drops for the 2016 campaign. Tomorrow we fly to Thule Air Force Base in Northwest Greenland to pick up more
"15.09.2016 19:15:47" Arctic sea ice annual minimum ties second lowest on record Arctic sea ice appeared to have reached its annual lowest extent on Sept. 10, NASA and the NASA-supported National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) at the University of Colorado at Boulder reported today.
An analysis of satellite data showed that at 1.60
"15.09.2016 17:48:59" climate.nasa.gov Arctic sea ice annual minimum ties second lowest on record Arctic sea ice appeared to have reached its annual lowest extent on Sept. 10.
"15.09.2016 15:41:41" Super HD view of global carbon dioxide NASA scientists have a super HD view of how carbon dioxide in the air moves around the world with the winds. They used an ultra-high-resolution computer model 64 times greater than typical climate models. Each pixel grid size is four miles wide.
"14.09.2016 21:48:59" climate.nasa.gov NASA begins study of Australia's Great Barrier Reef A NASA airborne mission has set up shop in Australia for a two-month investigation of the Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest reef ecosystem.
"14.09.2016 21:18:33" climate.nasa.gov NASA science flights study effect of summer melt on Greenland Ice Sheet NASA's airborne survey of polar ice is flying in Greenland for the second time this year to observe the impact of the summer melt season on the ice sheet.
"14.09.2016 20:31:52" OMG lead scientist Josh Willis and Laura Faye Tenenbaumin Kangerlussuaq, Greenland talking about NASA Mission Oceans Melting Greenland.
"14.09.2016 16:53:44" climate.nasa.gov To better understand mega-eruptions, just add water A new study shows that to correctly model the climate effects of a volcanic eruption, scientists need to account for a surprising element– water vapor. Volcanic eruptions bring images of burning lava and ash, not water. A new NASA study has shown, however, that to correctly model the climate effects of an eruption — especially mega-eruptions many times larger than anything in recent history — scientists
"14.09.2016 16:48:31" Laura Faye Tenenbaum Ice coming out of the fjord and breaking into bergs at the water's edge from NASA G-III for Oceans Melting Greenland Josh Willis
"14.09.2016 10:32:42" Timeline Photos OMG!! NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland prepares for takeoff!
"13.09.2016 23:07:05" climate.nasa.gov Watching Greenland's ice from inside and out Two NASA campaigns survey Greenland around and across to get the most complete portrait yet of its melting ice. While NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland campaign gets busy flying around the perimeter of Greenland to measure the melt-rate of the Greenland Ice Sheet from around its edges, NASA Operation IceBridge has been flying across the ice sheet to survey the ice
"13.09.2016 21:35:10" NASA Sea Level The mass of the Antarctic ice sheet has changed over the last several years. Research based on observations from NASA's twin Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellites indicates that between 2003 and 2013, Antarctica shed approximately 90
"13.09.2016 20:18:07" climate.nasa.gov 10 interesting things about air How does air help and protect us? What's living in the air? Get the answers to these questions and more!
"13.09.2016 19:19:38" sealevel.nasa.gov By the Numbers | NASA Sea Level Change Estimates for sea level rates for different time periods.
"13.09.2016 19:17:18" NASA Sea Level With assets across the nation that are potentially vulnerable to the effects of climate change, NASA has begun an agency-wide effort to assess and respond to risks—one that could serve as a model for other scientific organizations.
"13.09.2016 17:58:12" climatekids.nasa.gov Gallery of Air | NASA's Climate Kids Images of air pollution sources. For teachers!
"13.09.2016 17:54:51" climatekids.nasa.gov Gallery of Carbon's Travels | NASA's Climate Kids Images of things that affect the global carbon cycle. For teachers!
"13.09.2016 17:41:48" Timeline Photos Oceans Melting Greenland just landed in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland #OMG
"13.09.2016 17:19:33" NASA Earth FACEBOOK LIVE: Sometimes we have to go to beautiful places to do important science – like Cairns, Australia, Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.
NASA scientist Michelle Gierach and engineer Ernesto Diaz will be talking about the CORAL mission, our latest
"13.09.2016 16:38:01" climate.nasa.gov Jupiter and Earth: Giant discoveries ahead A detailed look at Jupiter's and Earth's atmospheres and cores as we unlock mysteries of the solar system. What can the Juno spacecraft orbiting Jupiter tell us about our home planet, Earth? A look at both planets' atmospheres and cores can help us unveil secrets of our home and beyond. [INFOGRAPHIC]
"13.09.2016 16:28:15" NASA Sea Level The mass of the Greenland ice sheet has rapidly been declining over the last several years due to surface melting and iceberg calving. Research based on observations from NASA's twin Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellites indicates
"13.09.2016 14:46:03" Josh Willis Tomorrow is the big day! OMG heads for West Greenland to drop the first air-deployed temperature and salinity probes in the surrounding seas. This map shows the 250 locations where we plan to measure the ocean temperature and salinity. This will allow
"12.09.2016 21:33:22" Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, supporting Oceans Melting Greenland in the field
"12.09.2016 19:58:52" climate.nasa.gov NASA analysis finds August 2016 another record month August 2016 was the warmest August in 136 years of modern record-keeping.
"12.09.2016 19:09:05" Laura Faye Tenenbaum First day in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland Follow Laura Faye Tenenbaum as she tags along with Josh Willis and the rest of NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) science team.
"12.09.2016 17:54:23" climate.nasa.gov El Niño a key player in severe Indonesia fires Not every place on Earth responds to El Niño with wetter conditions. A "drying effect" from this cyclical weather pattern triggered one of the most severe fire seasons on record in Indonesia.
"12.09.2016 17:49:52" climatekids.nasa.gov Make an Ocean Ecosystem Dessert | NASA's Climate Kids It's hard to imagine life on Earth without oceans. The air you breathe used to be an ocean breeze. The water you drink was once in a cloud over the ocean. Human-caused climate change is warming our planet, and the oceans are feeling the heat. Plants and animals in the ocean ecosystem are sensitive to changes in the ocean's temperature. Some organisms can adapt to the change, but others can't survive the
"12.09.2016 14:52:27" Timeline Photos Join us this evening at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT for a NASA Earth Facebook Live Q&A on GLOBE Observer with NASA Langley Research Center education outreach coordinator Sarah McCrea and NASA Langley physical scientist Jessica Taylor. GLOBE Observer is a
"12.09.2016 14:45:34" Josh Willis Tour of the Gulfstream III configured for OMG.
"10.09.2016 14:25:41" Josh Willis OMG PI and Project manager meet the G-III. #nasa #earthexpedition #greenland #science
"09.09.2016 22:17:07" climate.nasa.gov The struggle to reach out and tell the climate story The struggle to tackle the emotional side of Earth science. We're in a constant fight to capture attention, to move people, to make them care about how their behavior is affecting Earth. But we get caught up in the logical analysis of facts and don't understand why many people don't hear our stories. This is
"09.09.2016 22:06:04" climate.nasa.gov Sunny, with a chance of nuclear bullets Even in space you have to worry about the weather. Satellite navigators depend on the Space Weather Prediction Center to direct their spacecraft safely through electromagnetic storms.
"09.09.2016 22:01:50" climate.nasa.gov Nine-year-old boy plants seed that yields 3 trillion trees A 9-year-old's homework assignment has led to the world's most comprehensive tree-counting project, which in turn stands to increase the value of upcoming missions from NASA and other space agencies.
"09.09.2016 22:00:02" climatekids.nasa.gov Gallery of Weather and Climate | NASA's Climate Kids Images providing evidence of global climate change.
"09.09.2016 21:57:30" climatekids.nasa.gov Do a science fair project! | NASA's Climate Kids Test, answer, or show?
Your science fair project may do one of three things:
Cartoon line graph with two ascending lines.
Test an idea (or hypothesis.)
Answer a question.
Show how nature works. School back in session? Teach kids how to do a science fair project! With a little help, they can see how science really works.
"09.09.2016 17:23:55" NASA Sea Level An animation showing “sea level fingerprints,” or patterns of rising and falling sea levels across the globe in response to changes in Earth's gravitational and rotational fields. Major changes in water mass can cause localized bumps and dips in gravity,
"09.09.2016 16:38:20" NASA Sea Level This visualization shows total sea level change between 1992 and 2014, based on data collected from the TOPEX/Poseidon, Jason-1 and Jason-2 satellites. Blue regions are where sea level has gone down, and orange/red regions are where sea level has gone up.
"09.09.2016 14:58:36" NASA Planetquest Right here on Earth, life began in the cradle of the ocean. We've found water vapor on planets around other stars...but have we found oceans? Find out: http://go.nasa.gov/2bW4kgX
"08.09.2016 18:59:05" U.S. Global Change Research Program #Teach4Climate Resources for teaching students about impacts of #climatechange on Alaska http://bit.ly/2a0BsBm
"08.09.2016 17:41:41" climate.nasa.gov Carbon dioxide concentration | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA.
"08.09.2016 16:45:00" climate.nasa.gov I'm goin' to Greenland It's one of the few places that's harder to get to than outer space. Greenland's melting ice sheet impacts each and every one of us right now. The rate of ice melt will determine how much sea level rise we're going to get, 5 feet or 10 feet or 20, everywhere, all over planet Earth, not just in Greenland, but at coastlines
"08.09.2016 16:30:31" NASA Sea Level The NASA Sea Level Change Team gathers in Norfolk to report on findings and consider future initiatives.
"08.09.2016 15:45:03" Climate Feedback Writing for The New York Times, Justin Gillis insightfully explains the link between sea level rise due to climate change and coastal flooding in the US, according to 12 scientists who reviewed the article.
What science tells us:
- Sea level has
"08.09.2016 15:20:30" NASA Planetquest For Star Trek's 50th anniversary, our scientists reveal how the show inspired them to boldly search the stars for other life. Full story: http://go.nasa.gov/2c5TMLa
Video credit: CBS/Paramount Happy 50th anniversary, "Star Trek"!
Find out how the classic 1960s television series inspired a number of NASA scientists to search for Earth-like planets around other stars.
"07.09.2016 16:38:58" youtube.com NASA's Earth Minute: Cloudy Forecast Clouds are complicated when it comes to climate science, as they both warm and cool Earth. NASA is studying these atmospheric masses of condensed water vapor... Clouds are complicated when it comes to climate science, as they both warm and cool Earth. NASA is studying these atmospheric masses of condensed water vapor with satellites and aircraft, and you can, too, with a citizen science app:
"06.09.2016 22:02:07" NASA Sea Level NASA's Johnson Space Center is adapting to sea level rise, part of an agency wide initiative.
"02.09.2016 15:27:00" climate.nasa.gov Quiz: The ocean | NASA Global Climate Change Looking at our Earth from space, it is obvious that we live on a water planet. Ocean covers over 70 percent of the Earth's surface and contains about 97 percent of the Earth's surface water. How much do you know about our ocean? The ocean covers over 70 percent of the Earth's surface and contains about 97 percent of the Earth's surface water. Most of Earth's freshwater is tied up in glaciers and ice sheets, which means that only a relatively small portion is available to sustain
"01.09.2016 22:01:11" GLOBE Observer app promo Clouds are the largest variable controlling Earth's atmospheric temperature and climate. Any change in global cloud cover may contribute to long-term changes in Earth's climate. Help monitor those changes — go outside with the GLOBE Observer app to make
"01.09.2016 21:04:00" climate.nasa.gov Quiz: Frozen poles | NASA Global Climate Change How much do you know about the frozen poles of our home planet? Perennial ice cover (ice that has survived at least one summer) has been shrinking at the rate of about 13 percent per decade. #WorldWaterWeek
"01.09.2016 20:08:13" climate.nasa.gov Big coastal cities sink faster than seas rise As sea levels rise, an accompanying threat is often overlooked: rapidly sinking coastal cities. “Sea level rise is a problem, and subsidence is a huge problem, too.”
—Cathleen Jones, researcher at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
"01.09.2016 14:14:13" NPP - Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership Eastern Pacific's Category 3 Hurricane Lester Captured by VIIRS
At 7:25 p.m. EDT (23:25 UTC) on Aug. 29, 2016, Suomi NPP's VIIRS (Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite) instrument captured this visible image of Category 3 Hurricanes Lester in the
"31.08.2016 22:54:48" NASA Sea Level As sea levels rise, an accompanying threat is often overlooked: rapidly sinking coastal cities.
"31.08.2016 20:16:48" climate.nasa.gov Effects | NASA Global Climate Change Global climate change has already had observable effects on the environment. Glaciers have shrunk, ice on rivers and lakes is breaking up earlier, plant and animal ranges have shifted and trees are flowering sooner.
"31.08.2016 20:01:00" climate.nasa.gov Quiz: Precipitation and the water cycle | NASA Global Climate Change Earth's water is stored in ice and snow, lakes and rivers, the atmosphere and the oceans. How much do you know about how water is cycled around our planet and the crucial role it plays in our climate? Earth is often referred to as the "Water Planet" because you can see water in all three forms as you gaze at Earth from space. #WorldWaterWeek
"31.08.2016 15:22:13" climatekids.nasa.gov Teach About Climate Change | NASA's Climate Kids Activities and other resources for teaching kids about climate change. Calling all teachers!
"31.08.2016 15:14:34" climate.nasa.gov 10 interesting things about ecosystems Do big cities have ecosystems? What does it take to survive in the desert? Earth is full of different ecosystems.
"31.08.2016 15:11:57" climatekids.nasa.gov Make a terrarium mini-garden | NASA's Climate Kids A terrarium is like an aquarium, but for plants instead of fish. It is made in just about any glass container. It is planted to look like a miniature garden or forest enclosed in its own little world. Put the greenhouse effect to work! Make a terrarium, an aquarium for plants.
"31.08.2016 14:51:23" theguardian.com Nasa: Earth is warming at a pace 'unprecedented in 1,000 years' Records of temperature that go back far further than 1800s suggest warming of recent decades is out of step with any period over the past millennium
"30.08.2016 22:43:19" sealevel.nasa.gov Rising seas, by decade Local change and global rise of sea levels, as measured by satellites from 1993 through 2015.
"30.08.2016 22:40:57" NASA Sea Level New maps of the seafloor show that the risk of melting for large Greenland glaciers is greater than previously thought.
"30.08.2016 22:35:57" NASA Sea Level All signs point to accelerating sea level rise as NASA continues to monitor ocean warming and its effect on Earth's massive ice sheets.
"30.08.2016 22:28:58" sealevel.nasa.gov Alaska's biggest (ice) losers are inland Alaskan glaciers are significant contributors to sea level rise.
"30.08.2016 21:44:39" climatekids.nasa.gov Guided tour of the big questions | NASA's Climate Kids Kid-friendly tour of the big climate change questions. Climate change science doesn't have to make your head spin. Hop on a kid-friendly tour of the big questions (best on desktop).
"30.08.2016 18:46:00" climate.nasa.gov Freeze frames | NASA Global Climate Change Test your knowledge of the many varieties of frozen water and how these icy realms are connected to climate change. 160 million Olympic-size swimming pools' worth of ice vanish from mountain glaciers every year. #WorldWaterWeek
"30.08.2016 16:43:44" c1.staticflickr.com c1.staticflickr.com If you have ever looked into the sky and noticed the clouds, we want you! Join a new NASA citizen science project called GLOBE Observer, and make cloud observations that can help scientists verify and validate satellite data on clouds. Then share your
"29.08.2016 19:07:13" climate.nasa.gov Quiz: Sea level change | NASA Global Climate Change Test your knowledge of sea level and its relation to climate change and our quality of life. This #WorldWaterWeek, test your knowledge of important issues related to the stewardship of Earth's most precious resource.
"29.08.2016 18:47:46" NASA Earth Join us tomorrow for a Q&A with scientists from NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the U.S. Forest Service. They'll discuss ways we're collaborating and how NASA data and technology are helping the Forest Service understand wildfire
"26.08.2016 22:23:10" NASA Sea Level Seesawing Pacific sea levels can be used to predict trends in global temperature, a new study shows.
"26.08.2016 19:52:39" climatekids.nasa.gov Play OFFSET! | NASA's Climate Kids Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a greenhouse gas. Too much of it in the atmosphere makes Earth too warm. In this game, you must balance CO2 sources with CO2 “sinks.” In other words, you must OFFSET all CO2 emissions so that Earth will not become too warm. To Keep Earth in balance!
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a greenhouse gas. Too much of it in the atmosphere makes Earth too warm. In this game, you must balance CO2 sources with CO2 “sinks.” In other words, you must OFFSET all CO2 emissions so that Earth will not
"26.08.2016 15:23:26" climatekids.nasa.gov Play Power Up! | NASA's Climate Kids Capture clean energy from the wind and the Sun to produce enough electricity to run the town. Move your wind turbine up and down to keep it in the strongest, fastest winds. Keep your solar panels in the bright sunlight and out of the rain. See if you Electricity is mostly the kind of energy we use in our homes. Where does our electricity come from? How much of our electricity comes from clean sources like wind and sunshine?
Most of the electricity that powers our homes in the U.S. is produced in
"26.08.2016 15:09:24" climatekids.nasa.gov Recycle This! | NASA's Climate Kids Use the "airburst" tool to guide the recyclables into the proper bins before they fall into the trash. If you throw a plastic bottle in the trash today, that bottle will sit in a landfill—or worse, float in the ocean—for thousands of years.
No one knows what Earth—or humans—will be like in thousands of years. But that plastic bottle will still be a
"25.08.2016 23:18:22" NASA Earth August 26, 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. We are celebrating this milestone with a gallery of images. You can view more stories and other images on the Earth Observatory
"25.08.2016 23:11:09" climate.nasa.gov Carbon dioxide concentration | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA.
"25.08.2016 22:15:34" climate.nasa.gov Run toward the challenge of climate change. I dare you. Everyone you admire, everyone who's accomplished greatness, faced obstacles along the way. Think about it. Everyone. The most impressive athletes, artists or public figures found their way to success by moving through and overcoming roadblocks. At the entrance of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory where I work, there's a sign that says “Dare Mighty Things.” The way I see it, that sign is talking directly to me. “I dare you,” it says. Not to try something easy, but to run toward the challenge of
"25.08.2016 21:56:49" climate.nasa.gov Houston, we have a problem ... and it's sea level rise. “One way of thinking of stewardship or ethics is thinking it's for somebody else," said Stacy Shutts, NASA Johnson Space Center's Sustainability Program specialist. "If you're thinking in a long-term range for your business or organization, you have to
"25.08.2016 19:16:25" climate.nasa.gov NASA flies to Africa to study climate effects of smoke on clouds NASA scientists and two research aircraft are on their way to the Atlantic coast of southwest Africa to study a major unknown in future climate prediction. "Human activities currently are estimated to be responsible for perhaps half of all the aerosol particles in the atmosphere. Smoke particles both reflect sunlight back to space, thus cooling the Earth, and absorb sunlight, which has the opposite effect of
"24.08.2016 16:45:39" climate.nasa.gov Better Homes and Martians Want to get the most energy-efficiency bang for your buck when building a house? Think about it as if you were designing a mission to Mars.
"24.08.2016 16:43:38" climate.nasa.gov Will orbiting flying carpets light the world? For much of the planet, giant sheets of spaceborne solar panels could do for electricity production what mobile phones are doing for telecommunications.
"24.08.2016 16:42:49" climate.nasa.gov Power play: Envisioning a wind, water and solar world Getting to 100 percent renewable energy across the entire planet by 2050 is not only within reach, it's also low tech, according to a Stanford University professor who has charted the way.
"24.08.2016 16:41:44" climate.nasa.gov Why a half-degree temperature rise is a big deal A small difference in global temperature rise can make a big difference to sea level, coral reefs, crops and more.
"24.08.2016 16:40:20" NASA Sea Level A research program maps Louisiana's Wax Lake Delta to help inform urgent land restoration efforts.
"24.08.2016 16:37:33" NASA Sea Level A new, blended data set reveals sea level changes in the ocean region along the U.S. West Coast, an unsettled area that is difficult to measure.
"24.08.2016 16:35:38" NASA Sea Level Two distinct climate cycles could be causing increasingly extreme sea level variations in the tropical Pacific, a study shows.
"24.08.2016 16:32:28" NASA Sea Level Analysis of tiny sea creatures called foraminifera revealed significant ice-sheet loss and sea-level rise during a warming episode 125,000 years ago.
"23.08.2016 22:41:02" climate.nasa.gov Electric airplanes (batteries included) If there were no need for massive batteries, electric propulsion could dramatically reduce aviation's contribution to climate change from carbon dioxide emissions. But what if the plane, itself, were the battery?
"23.08.2016 18:55:35" climate.nasa.gov Space robots help clear the road for self-driving cars Nissan's first fully self-driving electric car will be based on technology that NASA developed for planetary exploration.
"22.08.2016 22:59:01" Climate Central 2016 is already in the top 1 percent of all years for heavy rainfall. And there's still more than three months left.
"22.08.2016 22:53:08" NOAA Satellite and Information Service
"22.08.2016 22:51:21" NPS Climate Change Response You've seen articles quoting our scientists; now you can hear from them directly! Listen to Rebecca Beavers in this KPBS interview about how climate change is currently impacting parks and how the National Park Service is responding to climate change.
"22.08.2016 22:49:24" Ocean Research Project Hard at work in the Arctic Ocean Research Project field team measuring temperature and salinity up inside the fjords of Greenland for NASA Oceans Melting Greenland.
"22.08.2016 22:46:22" oceanresearchproject.org Ocean Research Project
"22.08.2016 22:42:09" climatecentral.org July Makes 15 Record Hot Months in a Row July is the 15th record-hot month in a row, according to NOAA, keeping 2016 well on its way to the hottest year on record and close to 1.5˚C above preindustrial temperatures.
"22.08.2016 22:40:59" NOAA Climate.Gov #Teach4Climate Energy Essential Principle 3: Biological processes depend on energy flow through the Earth system.
This principle addresses the flow of energy through life on Earth. Plants use energy from the Sun to create organic matter. Plants are then
"22.08.2016 22:40:37" NOAA Climate.Gov Parts of the atmosphere along the Gulf Coast were stocked with near-record levels of moisture during Louisiana downpour.
"22.08.2016 22:39:50" NOAA Climate.Gov “Education and communication are among the most powerful tools the nation has to bring hidden hazards to public attention, understanding, and action.”
–Informing an Effective Response to Climate Change, NRC (2010)
Bumble bees, extreme weather events,
"22.08.2016 22:39:25" NOAA Climate.Gov ICYMI: July was the hottest month ever recorded.
"22.08.2016 22:39:00" NOAA Climate.Gov #Teach4Climate Energy Essential Principle 4: Various sources of energy can be used to power human activities, and often this energy must be transferred from source to destination.
This principle discusses energy that is used for human purposes, including
"22.08.2016 22:38:21" NOAA Climate.Gov July 2016 was the warmest month of the modern record. Yet, despite that (and maybe a little because of it) some very interesting and very different things happened just a thousand miles away from each other in and near Siberia.
"22.08.2016 17:51:10" climate.nasa.gov NASA monitors the 'new normal' of sea ice The beginning of this year's melt season in the Arctic Ocean reveals that sea ice levels have continued to decline over the long term. This year's melt season in the Arctic Ocean and surrounding seas started with a bang, with a record low maximum extent in March and relatively rapid ice loss through May. The melt slowed down in June, however, making it highly unlikely that this year's
"22.08.2016 15:50:01" NASA Earth The Arctic sea ice pack is nearing its annual minimum extent, which is projected to be one of the lowest since satellite observations began.
Using satellite data and airborne observations, NASA researchers are monitoring the ever-changing ice, and gaining
"22.08.2016 15:49:21" NASA Earth The shrinking polar ice cap has become one of the most visible signs of a changing climate, record-breaking temperatures in the first half of 2016 primed the Arctic for another summer of low sea ice cover. Join NASA Goddard scientist Walt Meier for a
"19.08.2016 20:00:00" climate.nasa.gov We're over being bummed about climate change and ready for solutions. We are so over being bummed about climate change and so ready to move forward. If you're anything like me, sometimes you feel a bit pessimistic. You can get caught in a bubble of icky vibes that bring you down. This is why I had difficulty writing about a conversation that climate communications expert Susan Hassol and I had about
"18.08.2016 22:55:46" Timeline Photos TOMORROW: Join us at 10:30 a.m. EDT / 7:30 a.m. PDT for a NASA Earth Facebook Live Q&A with Walt Meier, a sea ice scientist at NASA Goddard, about the continuing decline in Arctic sea ice and the status of this summer's melt season.
The extent of Arctic
"18.08.2016 22:42:00" NOAA Climate.Gov ICYMI: #ElNino is over, but are we in a #LaNina? Check out our August ENSO Discussion to find out!
"18.08.2016 22:41:16" NOAA Climate.Gov #Youth want to learn about #climatechange. NASA and the EPA have two websites support #youth #climate literacy & learning about being part of the solutions!
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's kids site provides activities, games, and other learning
"18.08.2016 19:44:07" NASA Earth The MISR instrument on NASA's Terra satellite captured this image of the Blue Cut Fire in California with its forward-viewing camera, which covers an area about 257 miles wide. The Los Angeles metropolitan area is the large gray area on the coast in the
"18.08.2016 19:43:36" NASA Earth Bluecut Fire Scorches Southern California
In August 2016, a destructive brush fire burned in Cajon Pass and threatened several communities in San Bernardino, California.
On August 16, 2016, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on
"18.08.2016 17:00:53" climate.nasa.gov Government resources for responding to climate change Selected resources from U.S. government organizations that provide information about options for responding to climate change.
"18.08.2016 16:57:48" climate.nasa.gov NASA climate scientists making a difference Learn about some of NASA's climate scientists and the work they do to help make a difference.
"18.08.2016 16:52:09" climate.nasa.gov NASA's Earth Minute NASA isn't all about interplanetary exploration; in fact, the agency spends much of its time studying our home planet. This fun-filled, yet sobering, whiteboard animation series explains Earth science to the science-curious.
"18.08.2016 16:33:08" climate.nasa.gov climate.nasa.gov Human activities are changing the air we breathe. Get fast facts about air: http://climatekids.nasa.gov/10-things-air/.
"18.08.2016 16:27:51" climatekids.nasa.gov Dream of a Green Career | NASA's Climate Kids Learn about the environment and help protect it. Kids, Earth's climate future is in your hands. Dream of a green career.
"18.08.2016 16:25:23" climatekids.nasa.gov Energy | NASA's Climate Kids Energy activities and resources for kids. As your kids go back to school, get them pumped on energy literacy. #Teach4Climate
"17.08.2016 21:59:41" NASA Sea Level A new NASA computer model links kilometer-scale changes, such as melting glaciers, to global relative sea-level rise.
"17.08.2016 21:57:44" NASA Sea Level ICESat-2, to be launched in 2017, is an advanced laser altimetry satellite that will track changes in Earth's glaciers and ice sheets.
"17.08.2016 21:53:25" sealevel.nasa.gov 10 things you should know about sea level rise Visit NASA's new portal for an in-depth look at the science behind sea level change.
"17.08.2016 21:23:48" climate.nasa.gov Infographic: Earth's carbon cycle is off balance NASA scientists are working to understand if our land and ocean can continue to absorb carbon dioxide at the current rate — and for how long. The amount of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere is increasing, driven primarily by the burning of fossil fuels. Half of all carbon emissions are absorbed by Earth's ocean and land. But where precisely are they going, and can it continue?
"17.08.2016 15:54:02" climate.nasa.gov climate.nasa.gov Some combination of algae and bacteria is periodically turning Iran's Lake Urmia from green to red. The change typically occurs when summer heat and dryness evaporate water, increasing the lake's saltiness. Data from satellites indicate that the lake has
"16.08.2016 19:43:52" climate.nasa.gov NASA analysis finds July 2016 is warmest on record July 2016 was the warmest July in 136 years of modern record-keeping, according to a monthly analysis of global temperatures by scientists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York.
"16.08.2016 19:42:04" climate.nasa.gov 10 interesting things about water Where is most of Earth's water? Is most of the fresh water in ice? Turns out water is pretty interesting.
"16.08.2016 19:39:22" climate.nasa.gov NASA study analyzes Four Corners methane sources A NASA-led team has analyzed a previously identified "hot spot" of methane emissions, finding just 10 percent of the individual methane sources are contributing half of the emissions. In an extensive airborne survey, a NASA-led team has analyzed a previously identified "hot spot" of methane emissions in the Four Corners region of the United States, quantifying both its overall magnitude and the magnitudes of its sources. The study
"12.08.2016 21:15:29" NASA Sea Level A research vessel picks its way carefully across ice-choked waters off Greenland's northwestern coast.
"12.08.2016 18:58:08" NASA Earth #EarthExpedition ACT-America is studying the sources and sinks of atmospheric carbon in three regions of the Eastern U.S. with two NASA aircraft. In the Midwest, local sources and sinks, such as summer crops, can make a huge difference in carbon
"12.08.2016 17:22:28" NASA Sea Level The 1991 eruption of Mt. Pinatubo masked the acceleration of sea level rise, a new study shows.
"11.08.2016 19:44:53" climate.nasa.gov SAGE III to look back at Earth's atmospheric 'sunscreen' A new instrument aboard the International Space Station will further study the ozone in Earth's atmosphere. On the upcoming SpaceX CRS-10 resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS), a Dragon spacecraft will deliver the Stratospheric Aerosol and Gas Experiment (SAGE) III instrument to further study ozone in the atmosphere.
Once mounted on the
"11.08.2016 19:43:20" climate.nasa.gov NASA climate modeling suggests Venus may have been habitable Venus may have had conditions favorable for life for up to 2 billion years of its early history, according to computer modeling of the planet's ancient climate. Venus may have had a shallow liquid-water ocean and habitable surface temperatures for up to 2 billion years of its early history, according to computer modeling of the planet's ancient climate by scientists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies
"11.08.2016 15:49:18" climate.nasa.gov climate.nasa.gov Explore our 'Images of Change' gallery to see transformations across the planet over days, decades and centuries. Some of these effects are related to climate change, some are not. Some document the effects of urbanization, or the ravage of natural
"11.08.2016 15:33:44" climatekids.nasa.gov Ocean | NASA's Climate Kids Our world is a water world, and the ocean is in charge. The ocean is feeling the heat of global warming. Dive into kid-friendly ocean science here to learn more.
"11.08.2016 15:29:53" climatekids.nasa.gov Be a Power Saver | NASA's Climate Kids Turning on lights in our homes is as easy as flipping a switch. We do it all the time. But do you ever wonder where the electricity comes from? Everyone can be a power saver. Take the pledge today!
"11.08.2016 15:05:52" climate.nasa.gov Because there are no spare Earths Enter the numerical laboratory of climatologist Gavin Schmidt. Since the mere mention of a computer model can cause an otherwise normal person's face to glaze over, I thought Gavin Schmidt, a leader in climate simulations and Earth system modeling, would be the ideal candidate to explain one of the most important,
"11.08.2016 15:00:59" sealevel.nasa.gov Study solves two mysteries about wobbling Earth Shifts in Earth's water mass contributes to rotational "wobble."
"10.08.2016 23:29:29" climate.nasa.gov TEDx Talk: Run toward the challenge of climate change. I dare you. Everyone you admire, everyone who's accomplished greatness, faced obstacles along the way. Think about it. Everyone. The most impressive athletes, artists or public figures found their way to success by moving through and overcoming roadblocks. At the entrance to NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory where I work, there's a sign that says “Dare Mighty Things.” The way I see it, that sign is talking directly to me. “I dare you,” it says. Not to try something easy, but to run toward the challenge of
"10.08.2016 23:20:29" NASA Sea Level New study offers the first glimpse of changes hidden deep beneath the surface.
"10.08.2016 20:38:38" NASA Earth The same GPS technology that helps people get where they need to go in a car will soon be used in space to improve hurricane forecasting. NASA's upcoming CYGNSS mission – the Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System – is a constellation of eight
"10.08.2016 20:38:20" NASA Earth
"10.08.2016 20:14:44" climate.nasa.gov climate.nasa.gov Teaching kids climate change? Learn, play, make, dream and more with NASA's one-stop educational shop: http://climatekids.nasa.gov/.
"09.08.2016 23:49:04" climate.nasa.gov Climate Time Machine | NASA Global Climate Change Go backward and forward in time with this interactive visualization that illustrates how the Earth's climate has changed in recent history.
"09.08.2016 23:45:48" climate.nasa.gov Global climate change adaptation and mitigation Learn where climate change solutions begin and NASA's role in adaptation and mitigation.
"09.08.2016 23:43:19" climate.nasa.gov The study of Earth as an integrated system Earth system science is the study of how scientific data stemming from various fields of research, such as the atmosphere, oceans, land ice and others, fit together to form the current picture of our changing climate.
"09.08.2016 21:43:50" NASA Earth The information NASA collects from a fleet of science satellites orbiting Earth 24/7 is making a difference in people's lives every day. Thirty students and young professionals are coming to NASA Headquarters in Washington on Wednesday, Aug. 10, to tell
"08.08.2016 19:42:14" NASA Earth Just How Bad was the 2015 Fire Season in Indonesia?
The 2015 fire season was the most severe ever observed by NASA Earth Observing System satellites, a new study shows. As we reported in December, 2015 was an intense fire season in Indonesia because the
"08.08.2016 19:41:50" NASA Earth
"08.08.2016 18:28:02" NOAA Climate.Gov What's the #StateoftheClimate? In 2015, glaciers across the globe, on average, continued to shrink for the 36th consecutive year. Cumulative mass loss since 1980 is the equivalent of cutting a 67-foot thick slice of the top of the average glacier.
"08.08.2016 18:27:26" NOAA Climate.Gov #Teach4Climate | Essential Principle 4: Climate varies over space and time through both natural and man-made processes.
Highlighting the differences between weather and climate, this principle also covers climatic processes that cause natural climate
"05.08.2016 18:21:23" youtube.com Game On, Climate Change. Game On. | Laura Tenenbaum | TEDxUCSD Laura Faye Tenenbaum is the Senior Science Editor for the NASA's Global Climate Change publication and a member of the Earth Science Communications Team at N... Game on, climate change. Game on. Watch our blogger Laura Faye Tenenbaum's TEDx Talk on confidently and courageously running toward the challenge of climate change, both individually and as a global society.
"05.08.2016 14:32:46" Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN) “The glaciers are icons of broader changes in the ecosystem. [S]nowpack has declined over the past 50 years and melt out 2-3 weeks earlier than it used to.”
"04.08.2016 21:34:26" NASA Sea Level Greenland looks like a big pile of snow seen from space using a regular camera. But satellite radar interferometry helps us detect the motion of ice beneath the snow.
"04.08.2016 17:27:13" sealevel.nasa.gov Key Indicators: Global Mean Sea Level This dataset contains the Global Mean Sea Level (GMSL) trend generated from the Integrated Multi-Mission Ocean Altimeter Data for Climate Research.
"04.08.2016 17:22:17" climatekids.nasa.gov Teach About Climate Change | NASA's Climate Kids Resources for teaching climate change in the classroom. #Teach4Climate
"04.08.2016 17:02:44" Timeline Photos Set your alarms: TODAY over at NASA Earth we're taking you to Lincoln, Nebraska, where our #EarthExpedition ACT-America is investigating greenhouse gases in the eastern United States. We will talk LIVE with Principal Investigator Ken Davis and instrument
"04.08.2016 16:26:06" U.S. Global Change Research Program #Teach4Climate Explore climate systems with these reviewed demos and experiments http://bit.ly/2aqdb94
"04.08.2016 16:18:03" NOAA Climate.Gov What's the #StateoftheClimate? Global carbon dioxide levels hit a new high in 2015, and the observatory at Mauna Loa recorded the largest one-year jump in annual average concentrations.
"04.08.2016 15:46:33" climatekids.nasa.gov Huge machine harnesses the tides | NASA's Climate Kids Energy is everywhere. It's in the sunlight. It's in the wind. It's in the ocean. The ocean has heat energy from soaking up the light energy of the sun. And, like the wind, the ocean has energy of motion in the form of waves and currents.
"04.08.2016 15:05:22" climatekids.nasa.gov Winners and Losers in the Arctic | NASA's Climate Kids If you're a Bowhead whale and you spend summers in the Arctic—congratulations! Life is good. Your food supply is growing and your waters are warming. Your summer "vacation" lasts a few weeks longer now than it used to (say, back in 1980). That's beca
"04.08.2016 14:47:17" NPP - Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership Hurricane Earl as it Arrived Over Belize
This VIIRS (Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite) Suomi NPP true color image shows Hurricane Earl just as it was making landfall over Belize on August 3, 2016, with 80 mph winds and heavy rain. Earl was
"03.08.2016 21:51:33" U.S. Global Change Research Program From bird wintering to ocean acidity: 2016 edition of @EPA report covers 37 #climatechange indicators http://bit.ly/2aGfyFh
"03.08.2016 21:49:26" NOAA Climate.Gov #Teach4Climate | With this Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN) resource, students learn about potential hurricane impacts.
"03.08.2016 21:47:23" climate.nasa.gov NASA maps thawed areas under Greenland Ice Sheet NASA researchers have helped produce the first map showing areas of thaw at the bottom of the massive Greenland Ice Sheet. NASA researchers have helped produce the first map showing what parts of the bottom of the massive Greenland Ice Sheet are thawed — key information in better predicting how the ice sheet will react to a warming climate.
"03.08.2016 20:42:08" NASA Earth
"03.08.2016 19:02:13" NASA Sea Level Often ignored meteorological effects could account for a greater percentage of regional sea level variation than previously thought.
"03.08.2016 15:40:16" climate.nasa.gov Sea level | NASA Global Climate Change Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams about global warming and climate change from NASA.
"03.08.2016 15:00:31" NPP - Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership California's Soberanes Fire via VIIRS
The Soberanes Fire was captured by Suomi NPP satellite's VIIRS (Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite) instrument on August 2, 2016.
The fire has burned more than 40,700 acres north of Big Sur in Northern
"02.08.2016 22:09:53" NOAA Climate.Gov In 2015, the most essential indicators of Earth's changing climate continued to reflect trends of a warming planet, with several indicators breaking the records set just one year prior.
Here are NOAA Climate.gov's highlights from the #StateoftheClimate
"02.08.2016 22:09:20" NOAA Climate.Gov #Teach4Climate Essential Principle 1: The Sun is the Primary Source of Energy for Earth's Climate System
This principle helps set the stage for understanding Earth's climate system and energy balance. The sun warms the planet, drives the hydrologic cycle
"02.08.2016 20:57:58" climate.nasa.gov Greenland on the edge Where ice meets water at the bottom of the sea Even though Greenland feels untouched and remote, feels so “Who cares?” we all need to be concerned about its complex coastline and the rapid pace of its melting ice sheet. NASA's GRACE satellites observed Greenland shedding a couple trillion—with a
"02.08.2016 13:58:50" Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN) Images from 1930s Greenland offer more visual data on warming. To #teach4climate using similar images of change, see http://bit.ly/2aK1Hzp
"01.08.2016 21:12:21" climate.nasa.gov climate.nasa.gov Between the times these two images were taken, the population of India's capital and its suburbs (known collectively as “Delhi”) ballooned from 9.4 million to 25 million. It is now second in population only to Tokyo, which has 38 million people. The
"01.08.2016 21:09:58" climate.nasa.gov Ten interesting things about Earth Is Earth perfectly round? Where is the driest place on Earth? There's a lot to know about our home planet. News flash: Earth is not flat.
"01.08.2016 18:51:45" NPP - Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership Typhoon Nida/Carina Spotted Near Hong Kong by VIIRS
In this image, tropical cyclone Nida, known as Carina in the Philippines, was captured Aug. 1, 2016, at 1:15 a.m. EDT (5:15 a.m. UTC) in this visible light image of Typhoon Nida approaching Hong Kong by
"01.08.2016 18:46:18" NOAA Climate.Gov Keep an eye out for great teaching resources during the month of August with our #Teach4Climate campaign. Starting Monday!
"01.08.2016 18:45:52" NOAA Climate.Gov #Teach4Climate | Climate Literacy: The Essential Principles of Climate Science presents important information about Earth's climate, impacts of #climate change, and approaches to adaptation or mitigation.
The guide aims to promote greater climate
"01.08.2016 16:45:09" NASA Earth #EarthExpedition ACT-America just completed its first round of flights over the Eastern U.S. The team flew alternating legs at 1,000 and 10,000 feet as they collected data on atmospheric carbon dioxide and methane.
Learn more about ACT-America:
"01.08.2016 14:06:30" NOAA Climate.Gov Exactly how hot is the record hottest temperature? This map shows the high temperature records for the 7 different World Meteorological Organization Regions.
The high temperature of 54°C (129.2°F) set in Mitribah, Kuwait, on July 21, 2016 would, if
"31.07.2016 18:10:10" NOAA Climate.Gov Keep an eye out for great teaching resources during the month of August with our #Teach4Climate campaign. Starting Monday!
"30.07.2016 13:44:16" Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN) #Teach4Climate Looking for climate change education resources - check out the reviewed CLEAN Collection http://cleanet.org/clean/educational_resources
"29.07.2016 21:09:04" NASA Earth ATom begins science flights today. So what questions are the mission trying to answer on its world survey of the Atmosphere?
Learn more: http://www.nasa.gov/content/2016-earth-expeditions-atom
"29.07.2016 21:07:28" NASA Earth
"29.07.2016 15:57:28" NOAA Climate.Gov How does #climate affect your location? Find out with the Climate Explorer.
Explore maps and graphs of historical and projected climate trends in your local area. Search by topic to see how climate change will impact things you care about.