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More Glacier Surveys for IceBridge

More Glacier Surveys for IceBridge: A view of mountains and sea ice near Thule Air Base, Greenland, from the NASA P-3 on May 6, 2014.

Press Releases & Feature Stories

Satellite Study Reveals Parched U.S. West Using Up Underground Water

07.24.2014
In a new study, scientists finds more than 75 percent of the water loss in the drought-stricken Colorado River Basin since late 2004 came from underground resources.

Carlton Fire Complex, Washington - July 22, 2014

07.22.2014
The Carlton Complex fires started on July 14, 2014, by lightning from a weather system that moved through the Methow Valley.

TD2 (Atlantic Ocean)

07.22.2014
Infrared data gathered on the tropical low pressure area hinted that it would become the Atlantic Ocean hurricane season's second tropical depression.

Quiet Year Expected for Amazon Forest Fires in 2014

07.22.2014
Researchers at NASA and the University of California, Irvine, using a variety of satellite data, expect Amazon forests this year to see a below-average wildfire season.

Fires in Eastern Russia in July 2014

07.21.2014
These fires are originating in the Sakha Republits area of Eastern Russia, a very remote area of the country.
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Division News

Dr. Miguel Román Selected as Finalist for 'Call to Service Medal'

06.30.2014
Congratulations to Dr. Miguel Roman for his selection as a finalist for the Call to Service Medal in the 2014 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals. This medal recognizes a federal employee whose professional achievements reflect the important contributions that a new generation brings to public service. Winners will be announced on Sept. 22 at a Washington, D.C. dinner.
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Overview

The Earth Sciences Division at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center plans, organizes, evaluates, and implements a broad program of research on our planet's natural systems and processes. Major focus areas include climate change, severe weather, the atmosphere, the oceans, sea ice and glaciers, and the land surface.

To study the planet from the unique perspective of space, the Earth Science Division develops and operates remote-sensing satellites and instruments. We analyze observational data from these spacecraft and make it available to the world's scientists. Our Education and Public Outreach efforts raise public awareness of the the Division's research and its benefits to society.

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