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Applications Library :: True Color RGB, Burn Scar Identification (Texas, Oklahoma, 7 March 2017)

 Description: Warm, dry conditions and strong winds caused wildfires to erupt in the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles, burning hundreds of thousands of acres.  Active fires can be monitored using True Color RGB and Visible (0.64 µm) imagery to analyze the location and extent of the event. 44 more words

Multispectral (RGB) Imagery

HAARP from Mainstream News ... that topic we're told's conspiracy

Uploaded on Aug 20, 2010

“It isn’t just conspiracy theorists who are concerned about HAARP. In January of 1999, the European Union called the project a global concern and passed a resolution calling for more information on its health and environmental risks. 197 more words

News

Claim: China's severe winter haze tied to effects of global climate change

From the GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY and the “never mind that industrial pollution it’s climate change driving sea ice loss wot dun it” department. Note the bolded section of the press release I highlighted. 1,011 more words

Aerosols

What caused 'snowball Earth?'

Volcanoes seen as likely trigger for global glaciation

Staff Report

A 10-year string of steady volcanic eruptions may have been the trigger for a massive global cooling event that left much of the Earth encased in glaciers and ice sheets about 771 million years ago. 739 more words

Environment

Claim: Air pollution may have masked mid-20th Century sea ice loss

From the American Geophysical Union:

WASHINGTON, DC — Humans may have been altering Arctic sea ice longer than previously thought, according to researchers studying the effects of air pollution on sea ice growth in the mid-20th Century. 637 more words

Sea Ice

Droughts and fires affecting Western U.S. air quality

New study tracks increase in summertime haze in Colorado wilderness

Staff Report

Longer and hotter droughts and wildfires are polluting the once clear blue skies of the high country in the West, according to new research from the University of Utah. 524 more words

Environment

Using cellular networks to measure air quality

The propagation of microwaves offers an effective, low-cost means of detecting polluted air.  Read more in Physics Today…

Physics Today