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Oreopoulos and Gong recognized as Outstanding Reviewers

06/04/2018
Congratulations to Lazaros Oreopoulos and Jie Gong for their recognition as 2017 Outstanding Reviewers for AGU's Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.

Earth Matters Blog: Tracking the Kilauea Eruption

05/14/2018
Scientists talk about the dangerous new eruptions at Kilauea volcano in Hawaii — and how satellites are being used to monitor it.

Earth Matters Blog: Ground to Space - Yaguas National Park

05/08/2018
In January 2018, Peru’s protected area grew by more than 2 million acres with the creation of Yaguas National Park. The forest is largely intact, unbroken by roads and human activity. Only the Yaguas River cuts through the continuous canopy, visible in this image acquired by Landsat 8.

Earth Matters Blog: Finding New Ways to Feed the World

04/11/2018
Can satellites help end hunger? Experts from the University of Maryland, NASA, and 40 partner organizations are leading the charge to find out.

Earth Matters Blog: A is for Aerosol

03/30/2018
Check out the first entry in the visual glossary of earth science that we're building and see several types of aerosols from space.

Earth Matters Blog: Using Satellites to Confront Water Woes

03/22/2018
In Bengaluru, India, one of the city’s lakes is so polluted with sewage, trash, and industrial chemicals that it has an alarming habit of catching on fire. As recently as January 19, 2018, fire broke out on Bellandur Lake and burned for seven hours.

Earth Matters Blog: What Climate Change Means for Glaciers, Storms, Fires, Clouds, and More

02/13/2018
Haven't had time to read the 400 page report that explains how climate change is affecting our planet? Here are the cliff notes -- and some striking satellite images that you won't soon forget.

Poster Blowout 2018

02/05/2018
Note from the Director:
I would like to thank the Director’s Science Committee for putting on an amazingly successful event where scientists and engineers across Goddard shared their work and made new contacts. The interdisciplinary interactions were especially exciting and crossed all four science disciplines.
Best,
Colleen


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EO Kids : Ice on Earth: By Land & By Sea

01/24/2018
This month, EO Kids is covering a “cool” topic in Earth science. The newest edition of EO Kids, "Ice on Earth: By Land & By Sea," covers two types of ice on the Earth’s surface and how NASA scientists use satellites to study these frozen features from space. Plus, follow two NASA scientists on their extreme camping trip for science across an unexplored stretch of Antarctica.

Earth Blog: In New Mexico, Land of Volcanoes

01/11/2018
The Potrillo volcanic field in New Mexico is a perfect analog site for testing the kinds of instruments that future explorers might use to investigate volcanic areas on the Moon, Mars and other rocky planets or moons.

Antarctica from Above: Flying for Science, Finding Beauty

01/11/2018
Photographs from the 2017 Operation IceBridge field campaign show the many forms of land and sea ice around the frozen (and melting) southern continent.

Notes from the Field: ICESat-2 Antarctic Traverse

12/09/2017
Greetings from New Zealand!

Soon, we’ll report back from even further south. We’re headed to the heart of the Antarctic ice sheet, to collect measurements on the ground for the ICESat-2 mission.

Earth Matters Blog: Why the SoCal Fires are So Fierce

12/07/2017
With thousands of homes threatened by intense wildfires burning in southern California, we checked in with NASA Propulsion Laboratory scientist Natasha Stavros to learn more about the destructive blazes.

Earth Matters Blog: In Case You Missed It - The Tropics Are Coming, The Tropics Are Coming!

07/26/2017
What does extra carbon dioxide in the atmosphere mean for how air circulates and how clouds are distributed?

Earth Matters Blog: Ground Sighting - the Remote Patagonia Fire Scar

07/10/2017
Dozens of wildfires blazed along the Atlantic coast of Argentina coast last winter. One of them left behind a massive burn scar near the Valdez Peninsula. When we wrote about the fires last month, we were unable to say with certainty whether the plume rising off the burn scar was airborne ash or dust. A quick recap from our article...

Earth Matters Blog: In Case You Missed It - What’s Up in a Warming World

07/06/2017
From rising carbon dioxide concentrations to to shifting rainfall patterns, here are some highlights of the latest efforts to investigate our warming world.

Earth Matters Blog: NASA EO Goes to the Beach

07/03/2017
This video shows the satellite and space-station view of various shorelines across the United States.

Earth Matters Blog: Between Extremes - California Rises from Drought

06/19/2017
Not long after a crippling drought, record-breaking precipitation covered the state.

Earth Matters Blog: In Case You Missed It -- What’s New In NASA Tech

06/15/2017
This spring, scientists tested alternative jet fuels and tested the DopplerScat instrument to measure ocean currents.

Earth Matters Blog: How to Pan-sharpen Landsat Imagery

06/13/2017
Read this guide to learn how to double the resolution of a Landsat image.

Earth Matters Blog: Salt, Bleach, and Heat for Oceans Day

06/09/2017
Recent news from the field of ocean science includes a new estimate of sea level rise, a preview of hurricane season, better views of corals and the Gulf of Mexico seafloor, and a look back at the 2015-16 El Nino and La Nina events.

Earth Matters Blog: What A Wonderful World: Miyar Glacier

06/06/2017
The Miyar Glacier features a dramatic splash across its surface where a 2009 landslide sloshed rockfall debris across its surface.

Earth Matters Blog: What Do Satellites Tell Us About Trees?

06/02/2017
Satellites have already revealed much about trees. Old-growth forests are vital because they capture large amounts of carbon and provide homes to hundreds of species. In the Eastern United States, trees in these minimally disturbed ecosystems tend to be more than 120 years old.

Earth Matters Blog: In Case You Missed It: New Studies Tie Extreme Haze in China to Climate Change

05/19/2017
In 2012, Arctic sea ice extent was unusually low in September. New research suggests that may have contributed to a bad haze outbreak in China the next winter.

Earth Matters Blog: Earth Observatory is Part of the New Google Earth

04/25/2017
Through a collaboration with Google, two Earth Observatory image collections were recently featured during the launch of the new Google Earth product.
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