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Keeping An Eye – From The Sky – On Volcanoes
2012-03-28 03:43:40

The importance of global and frequent data coverage of volcanoes was highlighted in a recent article published in Science. Satellites are finding that volcanoes previously thought to be dormant are showing signs of unrest.

Image 1 - Satellites Map Earth’s Vital Resources
2012-03-23 03:34:25

Recent studies show that satellite radar data can be exploited to map forest height, 3D forest structure and their natural or anthropogenic disturbance with high spatial resolution and accuracy.

New Research Shows Venice Is Now Slipping And Sinking
2012-03-21 11:37:05

Once thought to have stabilized, new measurements reveal that Venice continues to sink slowly.

2012-01-10 23:43:22

A new analysis of satellite data from the late 1990s documents for the first time the “uplift” of ground above a site of underground nuclear testing, providing researchers a potential new tool for analyzing the strength of detonation.

Image 1 - Slight Surface Changes Detected From Space
2011-10-13 08:23:28

Scientists are making advances in the use of satellite data to map changes in Earth’s surface. Subsidence of only millimeters can be detected thanks to advances in technology.

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2011-07-12 11:00:00

Some of the last images from ESA’s ERS-2 satellite have revealed rapidly changing glacial features in Greenland.

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2011-07-09 10:20:00

Some of the last images from ESA’s ERS-2 satellite have revealed rapidly changing glacial features in Greenland.

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2011-04-04 07:50:38

The Kilauea volcano that recently erupted on the Big Island of Hawaii will be the target for a NASA study to help scientists better understand processes occurring under Earth's surface.

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2011-02-02 23:00:00

Scientists from around the world recently gathered to review 3D views of Earth and show how these methods can be used to monitor our changing world.

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2010-12-14 08:37:06

When you dive into that salad full of lettuce grown in the American West, there's a good chance you are enjoying the product of irrigation from an underground water source.


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  • Emitting flashes of light; glittering.
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